Name: Jacob Booe Sr
Given Name: Jacob
Birth: 1741 in Palatinate, Germany
Death: 1815 in Rowan County, North Carolina
Census: 1790 Rowan County, North Carolina
United States Census, 1790, Jacob Booe, Not Stated, Rowan, North Carolina
Change Date: 14 Jun 2015 at 23:51:41
Name: Jacob Booe
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1790
Event Place: Rowan, North Carolina, United States
Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number: M637
Affiliate Film Number: 7
GS Film Number: 0568147
Digital Folder Number: 005157139
Image Number: 00510
Citing this Record:
"United States Census, 1790," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XHK1-Y77 : accessed 15 June 2015), Jacob Booe, Rowan, North Carolina, United States; citing p. , NARA microfilm publication , (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll ; FHL microfilm .
North Carolina, Estate Files, 1663-1979
Name: Jacob (Sr) Booe
Also Known As Name:
File Name: Jacob (Sr) Booe
Event Type: Probate
Event Place: Rowan, North Carolina, United States
Event Year: 1813
Number of Names with File: 1
GS Film Number: 001605331
Digital Folder Number: 004848596
First Image Number: 01005
Last Image Number: 01013
Number of Images: 9
Citing this Record:
"North Carolina, Estate Files, 1663-1979," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VJG2-4R1 : accessed 15 June 2015), Jacob (Sr) Booe, 1813; citing Rowan, North Carolina, United States, State Archives, Raleigh; FHL microfilm 1,605,331.
We the subscribers all living of full age viz Eve Booe, George Booe, Jacob Booe, Mary Sain, Elizabeth Sain, Sarah Glaycock, and their husbands viz George Sain, Joseph Sain and James Glaycock. Together with Nicholas Click. Being the widow, heirs and executors of Jacob Booe Senior deceased.
Do hereby enter into the following agrement and arnagmenet that is by the last will of said Jacob Booe Senior it is directed that Jacob Booe Junior shall take into his care and under his superintindence the following negros viz Job, Nell, Barbara, Amy, Levi, Betty, and Likey for the use and support of the said Eve Booe his mother during her life.
Now as by the said will the said Eve is also otherwise provided for and as several of said negroes viz Male, Barba, Amy, Belly, and Likey are breeding wenches and children not calculated to yield an immediate profile. She the said Eve and he the said Jacob Junior are willing that an immediat distribution of them take place, together with two children born of Billy since the date of said will, which being sanctioned by George Booke and Nicholas Auk the Executors.
The heirs viz George Booe, Jacob Booe Junior, Mary Sain, Elizabeth Sain, and Sarah Glaycock together with their husband George Sain, Joseph Sain, and James Glaycock proceed to value and divide the said Nell, Basbard, Amy, Betty, Likey and the two children of Belly born as aforesaid (one called Lishia the other Edy) by comment and agrument among themselves viz Mell Lishia were valued at two hundred and ten dollars, Barbara at two hundered and twenty five dollars, Likey at one hundred and sixty dollars, Amy at two hundred dollars, Betty and child Edy at three hundred dollars.
When being drawn for George Booe draw Nell and Lishia, Jacob Booe Jr drew Likey, George Sain and his wife Elizabeth drew Amy, Joseph Sain and his wife Mary drew Barbara, and those who drew the most notable having paid to those who drew the less valuable the difference a delivery took place accordingly.
(small note between lines: James Glaycock and his wife Sarah drew Bull and child Edy.)
Owned land in 1783 that became known as Mock's Old Field. Was constable in Morgan Bryan's District about 1764.
In the Year 1792 were confirmed and went to Communion for the first time at the Dutch Meeting House. Went to Communion in 1793. In 1757 Jacob Booe was granted 500 acres on Elishas Creek, in the Forks of the Yadkin, next to his father's 500 acre tract. Jacob owned land in 1783 that became known as Mock's Old Field. It is estimated that Jacob owned over 2, 000 acres of land in his life in Rowan County, North Carolina. Jacob Bub/Booe was Constable in Morgan Bryan's District about 1764 and Captain Bryan in Justice. In1775 he was the executor of John Hainline's estate. Listed on the 1768 Rowan County Tax List of Morgan Bryan. Listed on the 1772 County Tax list of William Sharp. Listed on the 1778 Rowan County Tax List of Capt. Lyon's District. In 1778 he is on the list of those who did not take the oath of allegiance in Lyon's District. In 1786 he is on the jury, Superior Court - August & November. He was a Wheelwright in 1786. December 20, 1791 The state grants Bk 12 p.498 (#2029) to Jacob Booe 199a on Dutchman's Creek, Called "Heidelberg" next to David Nesbit, Samuel Baily & Niphong. February 9, 1792 Bk 12 p. 557 Jacob Booe lets the Elders of the Heidelberg Church have 19 acres on Dutchman's Creek next to the above for 19 lb. Listed on the 1793-1794 Rowan County Petition for a seperate election (Legislative Papers, Petitions, Box 3, North Carolina State Archives).
Jacob Booe's Land Transactions:
Jacob Booe - Rowan County Deed Book 16 page 271March14, 1798
Jacob Booe & wife Eve to Joseph Sain a tract next Edmond Dedman. Part of577 acres granted to Samuel Tate by Earl Granville, Tate had sold to Hugh Montgomery whose executor, as require by his will, had sold to Lewis Beard who let Jacob Booe have it. Deed witnessed by George Booe and proved by him May1798
Jacob Booe - Rowan Book 12 page 496, 497 Grant #2028 December 20,
1791 400 acres called Whats left, located on waters of Elish's Creek, adoins Tate, sd. Booe, Samuel Baily, white oak stump (Boone's old line), John Pasinger's deeded land, Gregory Glasscock
Jacob Booe - Grant #2029 1975
Rowan County Deed Book page 12 page 498 December 26, 1791
19 acres on Dutchmans Creek called Heidelburg. Begining David Nesbitt's corner along line North 15 chains to p.o. in said line went 12 chains 751 to hickory stump, Samuel Bailey's coner, contains 19 acres. Nifong
Jacob Booe - Rowan Book 15 page 78 Grant #2461 December 20, 1796 Grant to Jacob Booe from State of North Carolina, 24 acres
Jacob Booe - Grant #245 October 10, 1783
State grant to Jacob Booe for 500 acres on Elisha's Creek
Jacob Booe - Land entry #1175 July 31, 1778
Jacob Booe enters 500 acers on Elisha's Creek, including his own improvements. Next Christopher Booe and where widow Nelson now lives.
Jacob BooeBook 12page 557 February 1792
conveyed to Elders of the Heidelburg church. 19 acresnext: David Nesbitt, Samuel Bailey. Nifong
Jacob Booe -Land ProcessionsRowan County page 124 January 9, 1815.
Jacob Booe 59 acres in the forksof the Yadkin River on both sides of Elisha Creek, formerly called Licking Creek. Being a part of the tract Earl Granville granted to Squire Boone. Beginningnearthe corner of what was formerly said Boone's (now Daniel Baily's) next Roberson Mumford and George Booe, is processioned by John Little Jr. with Starlin Moore and George Booe as S.B.C., and returned it in 1815 after notice had been senton December 26, 1815 to Daniel Bailey, George Booe, Nicholas Gaither, RobersonMumford, William Rosby and William Glasscock.
Jacob Booe Sr. - Book 16 May 18, 1799
acob Sr. to Joseph Bub(Booe) land granted by State to Jacob Booe, dec. It is next that of Squire Boone's old line, now Henry Baker ,
Jacob Booe - Entry Number 3237 July 31, 1790
Jacob Booe enters 400 acres on Elisha's Creek. next his own land, Abraham Adams, G
Father: Christopher Stoffel Booe Sr b: 6 May 1712 in Weissenstein, Jura, Switzerland
Mother: Maria Dorothea Neyel
Eve Coone b: 1738 in Palatinate, Germany
in Rowan County, North Carolina
- Phillip Booe b: AFT 1769
- Anna Elizabeth Booe b: 13 Nov 1773 in Rowan County, North Carolina
- Benjamin Booe b: AFT 1774
- Jacob Booe Jr b: AFT 1774 in Rowan County, North Carolina
- George Booe II b: 1775 in Rowan County, North Carolina
- Mary Magdalena Booe b: 17 Jan 1775 in Rowan County, North Carolina
- William E Booe b: ABT 1777
- Sarah Booe b: 15 Aug 1789 in Rowan County, North Carolina