Note: 833. Admr. was D. H. Kerr. Jesse Jenkins was a buyer at the sale of the estate inventory,purchasing animals, corn and cotton in the field. Researching to see who this Jesse Jenkins was. Aaron Jenkins of Fairfield had the same neighbors as Isham Jenkins. According to the Leonardo Andrea File #447, p21, Ezekial Jenkins made a claim against the Isham Jenkins estate for rent due the Isham<b> ,</b>estate. Ezekial Jenkins is admr. of the Isham Mobley estate. (There is a Jenkins-Mobley intermarriage in Fairfield Co., SC, details in Joyce Poole's file JEBIBPER-31 and see Mobley family. John Mobley s/o Benjamin Mobley married Nancy Jenkins. Isham Mobley is s/o William Mobley. Benjamin and William Mobley are brothers, sons of Edward Moberly, who had land in Fairfield Co., SC.) Andrea said Isham Jenkins was renting the Mobley place and farming it when he died. Bills from Dr. Rook were from Laurens Co.because Dr. Rook had lived in Fairfield Co. at the time he rendered service,then he (Dr. Rook) had afterward moved to Laurens Co. The Jesse, buyer at this Isham Jenkins estate could be #3 Jesse, as he had married Sarah L. Guinn of Fairfield-SC by 1834 birth date of their 1st child Sarah. Only Lucy and Ezekial Jenkins are seen on 1830 census in Fairfield-SC [one Ezekial in the Northern Neck of VA Family outlined in Joyce Poole's Jenkins chart]. #3Jesse is not the Jesse of Pickens-SC 1840-60census; the Pickens Co. Jesse did not come to GA by 1846, as did #3 Jesse. See Unconnected Richard Jenkins in Joyce Poole's Jenkins chart, b ca1730-35 who may have had dau Nancy Jenkins b 1760 who married John Mobley and moved to KY. NOTE2: Fairfield Co., SC deeds show one Jesse Jenkins who bought in 1801 75 acres on No. prong of Wateree Cr., witnessed by Jno. Jinkins. In 1803 the same Jesse Jenkins of Fairfield sold that 75 acres to James Barber. In1808 Jesse Jenkins of Chester Dist, SC sold 67ac on waters of Wateree Cr. to James Barber, it being 1/2 of a certain plantation granted to said Jesse Jinkins on 6 Jan 1794, adj. Barber, William Gladden, Hale, etc. Wit by Robert Evings [Evans] and Robt. G.Barber. This may be #54 Jesse s/o #53John. #54 Jesse moved to Chester Co. about 1807. #54 Jesse is suggested by the adj. land of William Gladden. #54 Jesse was the only child of #53 John and wife Sarah. Sarah's sister was Elizabeth Gladden; she was Mrs. William Gladden, report of Gladden researcher Donna Nichols.
Note: NOTE1: Isham Jenkins estate was administeredin Fairfield Co., SC May 1
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