? To After May 5, 1789
116-Samuel LOWRY [OTLo]
aft. 5 May 1789 [OTLo], will dated 5 May 1789
m John [OTLo] (see [RCMR]-several
marriages of Johns)
received a grant of 395 acres from State of North Carolina on 25
October 1786, "in
the 11th year of our Independence" for 50
shillings/hundred acres. Samuel
identified himself as a Planter.
Sold land to son William on 5 May 1789.
State Grant of 395 acres on S side Fourth Creek 25 October 1786
[RCDe, p11], deeded to his son 58-William 5 May 1789 [RCDe p35/p38], part
of which was sold to Isaac Cowan 11 November 1796 [RCDe p159], and
subsequently deeded/sold to 58/59-Richard. Maps of property are shown in
[RCGI]. Also owned land on Third Creek in 1778 [RCVL p11/p42], 640 and 250
acres on North Yadkin River in 1778 [RCVL p72], 300 acres Fourth Creek in
p99], 263 acres on Hunting Creek in 1778 [RCVL p107].
paid for militia of Captain Conrod Michael's Scout in 1759
in 1778 Owned land on N side Third Crk, 640 A on S side of North
Yadkin, 250 A on S side of North Yadkin, 300 A on S side Fourth Crk (land
fourth Creek also noted in 1779 [RCVL, RCLE]), 263 A on E side Hunting
taxed 1758-1772 area south of Salisbury; 1768 Matthew Locke South
of Salisbury-1 male, no negros; 1778
Capt. Armstrong's District-taxes
868.10.2; 1778 Capt. Purviance's District-poll tax [RCTL]
Could John and Charles Lowry, both m. 10 March 1780 in Rowan Co, NC and who were bondsmen for each other, be brothers or nephews of 116-Samuel.
Also Edmund Lowry,
m. 2 November 1786, and Thomas Lowry, m. 178?.