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  1. Dudley Brooks: Birth: EST 1750. Death: BEF 1811 in Mecklenburg Co., Virginia

  2. Bartlett Brooks: Birth: BEF 1755. Death: 4 APR 1805 in Laurens District, South Carolina

  3. William Elisha Brooks: Birth: 16 APR 1761 in Lunenburg Co., Virginia. Death: 3 NOV 1807 in Newberry District, South Carolina

  4. Zachariah Smith Brooks: Birth: 18 MAY 1765 in Greenville Co., South Carolina. Death: APR 1848 in Edgefield Co., South Carolina

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  6. Frances Brooks: Death: ABT 1811 in Newberry Co., South Carolina

  7. Brooks: Death: AFT 1807

a. Note:   reek in Lunenburg Co. William Embry wrote his will May 6, 1759. He was probated Feb. 5, 1760 in Lunenburg Co., VA (Will Book 1, pg. 290). William named his wife, Elizabeth Embry, and children, William, Henry, Ermine, Martha and unborn child. He also devised 119 acres of land on Reedy Creek to Elisha Brooks, no relationship stated. Since we know Elisha's wife was Frances, she may have been the daughter of William Embry. However, the will of Henry Embry lists grandchildren William, Henry, Ermine, Martha, and Elizabeth, children of son, William, dec'd. He does not list Francis as a grandchild. Other researchers list Frances as a Goode or a Smith Some researchers list Elisha Brooks' mother as Elizabeth Embry. Possibly this is the connection to the Embrys rather than through his wife, Frances. Mecklenburg Co., VA Deed Book 1, pg. 21 Dated 23 March 1765 Elisha Brooks of Mecklenburg Co. sold to John Pughe of Mecklenburg Co. for 350#, 600 acres more or less together with a mill being all the land Elisha Brooks now owns on Allens Creek...adjoining Thomas Farrar, John Easter, William Farrar, William Roades, James Clarke, Stephen Mallett, James Coleman, Thomas Moore, Hoobry and James Easter. Signed - Elisha (+ his mark) Brooks, Frances Brooks Witnesses: John Jeffries, Thomas Farrar, James Clark Acknowledged by Frances, wife of Elisha Brooks. Recorded 8 April 1765 South Carolina Gazette and General Advertiser, Nov. 8-Nov. 11, 1783 All persons who have claims on the estate of Elisha Brooks, deceased, are desired to bring in their accounts properly attested to the Administratrix at Ninety Six, on the 26th day of Nov. inst. who will attend there on that day for the purpose; and all those any ways indebted to the said estate, are desired to make payment at the same time, that she may close her administration, and be thereby enabled to make satisfaction for all demands. FRANCES BROOKS
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