Was Phillip Connaway the Father of Henry Conaway?
29 June 1764 - PHILLIP CONNAWAY heir of William sold father's land to Jonathan Vaughan and company.
March 25 1776 - PHILIP CONWAY shipped a cargo of Rice from the West Indies & received payment
December 2, 1776 Phillip Conaway entered SC from Georgia on Brigt. Nancy
5 June - 1 Jan PHILIP CONAWAY served 210 days military duty
1781 - 1782 -as a Horseman in S.C. 18 days were under Lt. Jacob Burton per SC Arch Military Rec November 9, 1782 Phillip Conaway in Savannah Georgia
1783 - PHILIP CONAWAY Beauford Co., S.C. served onpetit Jury - from SC Jury Lists 1718-1783
1784 - Henry Conaway born SC
1783 - 1786 - PHILIP CONNAWAY had 56 returns on p. 62 of Entry book - Copy of The Original Index Book Showing the Revolutionary Claims Filed in SC by Janie Revill between Aug 20, 1783 - Aug 31, 1786
1785 - PHILIP CONAWAY received 30 lbs silver in SC for military service
1785 - PHILIP CONAWAY - Wilkes Co., Ga 1785 Tax List
1787 - PHILIP CONNOWAY - Wilkes Co. Bounty Grant Bk PPP p. 97 330 acres
1790 - Early Records of Georgia Vol II Wilkes County p. 68 Capt. Black & Halls Dist - 1 poll 250 acres Wilkes Co. PHILLIP CONAWAY
1790 - Elbert Co., Georgia created from Wilkes Co.
1792 - PHILIP CONIWAY & wife MARGARET sold 250 acres of land on the Broad River in Elbert Co., to Christopher Starr - (acquired as Wilkes Co.)
1792-4 - PHILIP CONOWAY 1 poll 200 acres Wilkes Co. Early Records of Ga.- Wilkes Co. by Davidson
1793 - Warren County formed from Wilkes Co.
1-13-1797 - Wilkes Co. PHILLIP CONIWAY registered 1792 deed selling land to Christopher Starr
LAND RECORDS OF WORCHESTER COUNTY MARYLAND 1666 - 1810 by Ruth T. Dryden p. 483
Patented in 1750 by William Connaway for 100 acres
29 June 1764 PHILLIP CONNAWAY heir of William sold to Jonathan
Vaughan and Company.
SOUTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGY MAGAZINE Vol 4 p. 211
25th March 1776
L5227.13.4 -- Pay to Messr. P. Lepoole & John Burnley Five thousand two hundred and twenty seven pounds 13/4. for a cargo of rice shipped by them on public account on board the Brigatine Liberty. PHILIP CONWAY master for the West Indes -- To the Colony Treasurers. By order of the Council of Safety
SOUTH CAROLINA JURY LISTS 1718 - 1783
1783 Co. 28 (Beauford Co. created 1769) Jury 2 (Petit Jury)
STUB ENTRIES TO IN DENTS - ISSUED IN PAYMENT OF CLAIMS AGAINST SOUTH CAROLINA GROWING OUT OF THE REVOLUTION by A. S. Salley, Jr. Books R - T
No. 418 Book R 1785
Issued the 3d of June For Estate of PHILIP CONAWAY for Thirty Pounds Sterling for 210 days duty in the Militia as Horseman Pr Account audited - Principal L 30-0-0 - Annual Interest 2-2-0
COPY OF THE ORIGINAL INDEX BOOK SHOWING THE REVOLUTIONARY CLAIMS FILED IN SOUTH CAROLINA BETWEEN AUG 20, 1783 - AUG 31, 1786 by Janie Revill
CONNAWAY, PHILIP 56 returns 62 entry book pages (per the S.C. Archives - The Revill index relates to claims filed for Revolutionary Services, supplies, etc. The records pertaining to this index are no longer extant. The claims which were paid appear as Accounts Audited.)
1790 Lost Georgia Census
PHILIP CONOWAY in Wilkes Co., Ga. 1785 Tax list
CEEDED LANDS by Alden
Wilkes Co. Georgia - Early Tax Lists - 1785
BOUNTY GRANTS IN GEORGIA 1756 - 1901
Wilkes Co. Grant Book PPP Page 97 330 Acres 1787
(1790 Elbert Co. was created from Wilkes Co., Ga.)
WILKES COUNTY GEORGIA INDEX TO LAND GRANTS 1784-1839
PPP CONNOWAY PHILIP 330 acres Broad River 1787 p. 97
EARLY RECORDS WILKES CO., GA
Loose pages from Capt Black & Halls Dist (1792-4)
p. 68 CONNOWAY, PHILIP
1 poll 250 acres Wilkes Co., Ga. 1792,3,4
(Warren Co. formed from Wilkes Co. in 1793)
GEORGIA CITIZENS AND SOLDIERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION by Davis
The Florida Expedition.....Dr.
(There is no date or additional information on this manuscript to suggest which of the three Florida expeditions this manuscript refers to.)
p. 29 Cash paid PHILIP CONWAY L 20
WILKES COUNTY ORDINARY LAND COURT ORDERS
P. 175 PHILIP CONNAWAY 1787 - from Land Grant Book 1786-1798
Order that PHILLIP CONNOWAY have a warrant for three hundred and thirty acres in Wilkes county on his family head rights.
PHILIP CONAWAY Military Papers
No. 56 No. 418 Book R. Estate PHILIP CONAWAY for 210 days
duty in Militia from 5th June 1781 to lst Jan 1782
and horseman amount L30
thirty pounds Sterling Ed J.M. A.C.
State of South Carolina To PHILIP CONAWAY -- Dr. is 18 days,
duty done Under Lt. Jacob Burton
10 s. p. D. g L.
G L 1.5.8
I do Certify that the above duty was done by PHILLIP CONOWAY under my command. Jacob Burton Lt.
3914 X I act 86
IW PHILIP CONNOWAY his account of 18 days militia Duty
Amt to 14 L1.5.8 One pounds five shillings and eight pence
Pay Bill No. 3 of Lt. Burton and Cert Col. Jordan pross SS
No 418 Book R
Received the 10 March 1786 two year Interest on the within Indent
2.2.0 John Tenwuk?
2.2.0 Received the 11 March 1786 full duty for the within
4.4.0 Indent by discount on my bonds John Tenewk?
Pursuant to an Act of the General Assembly passed the 16th of March 1783. We the Commissioners of the Treasury have this Day delivered to Mr. PHILIP CONOWAY this our Indented Certificate for the Sum of One pound five shillings and eight pence Sterling Militia Duty on the account payed by the Commissioners the said PHILIP CONNOWAY his Executors, Administrators, or Assigns, will be entitled to receive from this Office the Sum of One Shilling and Nine pence on the demand for one Year's interest on the principal Sum of One pound five shills and the like interest annually.
The said PHILIP CONNOWAY his Executors, Administrators, or ssigns, will be entitled also to receive, and shall be paid, if demanded, the principal Sum of one pound five shillings & eight pence on the 9th of October 1788 And the said PHILIP CONNOWAY his Executors, Administrators, or Assigns, may make any purchases at any Public Sales of Confiscated Property, (except such as shall be ordered by the Legislature for Special Purposes) and this INDENT shall be received in Payment.
For the true performance of the several Payments in Manner above mentioned, the PUBLIC TREASURY is made liable, and the FAITH of the STATE pledged by the aforesaid ACT.
Given under our hands at the TREASURY OFFICE in CHARLESTON,
the ninth Day of October One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty Six. Commissioners of the Treasury
L0.1.9 Annual Interest No. 3914 Book H.
Pursuant to an ACT of the GENERAL ASSEMBLY passed the 16th of March 1783, We, the Commissioners of the Treasury have this Day delivered to for Estate of PHILIP CONAWAY this our Indented Certificate, for the Sum of Thirty Pounds Sterling for 210 days Militia Duty as a Horseman in 1781 & 1782 as pr. account audited the said his Executors, Administrators, or assigns, will be entitled to receive from this Office the sum of Two pounds two shillings on Demand for one Year's interest on the principal Sum of Thirty Pounds, and the like Interest annually.
The said his Executors, Administrators or Assigns, will be entitled also to receive and shall be paid, if demanded, the principal Sum of thirty Pounds. On the Third June 1787 And the said his Executors, Administrators or Assigns, may make any Purchases at any Public sales of Confiscated Property, (except such as shall be ordered by the Legislature for special Purposes;) and this Indent shall be received in Payment.
For the true Performance of the several Payments in Manner above mentioned, the Public Treasury is made liable and the Faith of the State pledged by the aforesaid ACT.
Given under our Hands at the Treasury Office, in Charleston, the Third Day of June One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty five.L30.-.- Principal Peter Bocquet) Commissioners of the Treasury
L-2.2.- Annual Interest No. 418 Book R.
State of Georgia
By the Honorable George Mathews Esquire, Captain General, Governor and commander in chief in and over the said State.
To all to whom these Presents shall come, GREETING:
Know Ye, that in Pursuance of the Act for opening the Land Office, and by virtue of the powers in me vested, I have, by and with the Advice and consent of the Honorable the Executive Council, given and granted, and by these Presents, in the Name and Behalf of the said State, Do give and grant unto PHILLIP CONNOWAY, his Heirs and Assigns forever, All that tract or Parcel of Land, containing three hundred and thirty acres situate lying and being in the County of Wilkes in the said State, and butting and bounding west by Broad River North West by D. Adams land and William Deedlys South East by John Alford and Surveyed land and North east by Darden's Land having such shape, form, and marks, as appear by a Plat of the same hereunto annexed; together with all and singular the Rights, Members, and appurtenances thereof, whatsoever, to the said Tract of Parcel of Land belonging, or in any wise appertaining; and also all the Estate, Right, Title, Interest, Claim and Demand, of the State aforesaid, of, in, to,
or out of the same: TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said Tract or Parcel of Land, and all and singular the Premises aforesaid, with their and every of their rights, Members, and appurtenances, unto the said PHILLIP CONNOWAY, his heirs and assigns to his and their own proper use and Behoof forever, in Fee-Simple.
Given under my Hand in Council, and the
Great Seal of the said State, this Thirty
first Day of December in the Year of our
Lord, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-
seven and in the Twelfth Year of American
Signed by His Honor the Governor in Council the 31st day of Decr
1787 J. Meriwether C.C.
Registered the 3rd day of January 1788
Deed PHILIP CONIWAY Elbert Co., Georgia 1792
This Indenture made this thirtieth day of July in the year of our Lord one Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety two and in the Seventeenth Year of the Independence of the United States of America Between PHILIP CONWAY and MARGRET his Wife of the County of Elbert and State of Georgia of the one part and Christopher Starr of the aforesaid County and State of the other part Witnesseth that the Said PHILIP CONIWAY and MARGRET his wife for and in consideration of the Sum of Seventy pounds lawful money of the Said State to us in hand paid by the Law Christopher Starr along before the Sealing and delivery of these presents the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted Bargained sold released and confirmed and by these presents doth Grant Bargain, sell, release and confirm unto the Said Christopher Starr his heirs and assigns all that tract or parcel of land lying in the County of Elbert on the Waters of Broad River containing two Hundred and fifty acres of land be the same more or less Beginning at a + post oak SE 22.50 to a pine + NE 37.00 to a spanish oak + to a post oak + N 50 E 42 to a pine +NW 2 to a red oak + SW 31.00 to a Red oak + S 20 W 13 to a pine + N 70W 23.00 to Red Oak + S 20 W37.00 to a pine thence a straight line to the Beginning Corner Bounded on the Northwest by James Patton & John Thornhills land on the East by Same Surveyed by John Darden & on the South by Wm. Dudley's land Together with all and Singular the Rights members and appurtenances thereof whatsoever to the said tract of land belonging in anywise appertaining & The Remainder, Revisions, Rents, Issues and profits thereof and every part there of To have and to hold the said tract of land and all and singular the premises and appurtenances thereunto belonging as aforesaid and every part thereof unto this said Christopher Star his heirs and assigns to the only proper use benefit and behoof of the said Christopher Starr his heirs and assigns forever and the said PHILIP CONIWAY and MARGRET his wife for their Part and their heirs the said tract of Land and premises aforesaid and every part though unto the said Christopher Starr his heirs and assign against any claim the said PHILIP CONIWAY
and MARGRET his Wife and their heirs and all and every other person and persons whatsoever shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents In witness whereof We said PHILIP CONIWAY and MARGRET his Wife hath hereunto set our hands and seals the day and year first above written,
Sealed and delivered in presence of
Thos B. Scott C his
PHILIP T CONIWAY SEAL
MARGRET V CONIWAY SEAL
) Recd the day and year first above written of and from the within named Christopher Starr the sum of Seventy pounds sterling it being the consideration money within mentioned to be paid by him to me
J. Say Red PHILIP T CONIWAY
Thomas B. Scott C mark
Registered the 13th January 1797