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Lott, Anderson, John Anderson, Nathan Lott, etc.

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Lott, Anderson, John Anderson, Nathan Lott, etc.

Posted: 1481334691000
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A new study:

Ivie/Ivey/Ivy genealogy data most likely true.....

Thomas Ivey(b1604) and Ann Argent married about 1633 in England (daughter of George Argent, Gentleman). They moved to Virginia before 1641. Issue: Ann, Thomas, George, John, William...

Son George(b1635) and Hannah Blanch married about 1658 in Norfolk Virginia. Issue: Alexander, George, Samuel, Thomas, John, Joseph, Elizabeth, Hannah....

Son George(b1667) and Elizabeth Langley married about 1685 in Virginia. Issue: George, Henry and brother Gilbert living in North Carolina, Adam, Elisabeth, Susan....

Son Henry(b1699) and ---------. Issue: Nathan, Hugh.......Henry.....

Son Nathan(b1730) and Mary Anderson married about 1749. Issue: Lott, John Anderson, Jehu.......
(Important Notes: It’s assumed that Mary was General Robert Anderson’s Sister who has the
Town of “Anderson” named for him. “Anderson” is the town close to Connorose Ck and the Meherrin river and Pendleton is located in North/South Carolina border. It’s also within 35 miles of Franklin GA and also Franklin N.C. It’s also about 50 miles from Randolph, now Jasper GA. All of the above are found within the emmigrant Trail starting from Pennsylvania and Virginia.) Lott and his brothers are found as owners of property in that area. His address on 29 Nov 1793 was Connorose Creek, Pendleton Co., South Carolina, 96th District.

Son Lott(b1752) and ...?...Winifred.....married about...1766...Issue: Anderson, Martha(Hill),
Benjamin, John L., Polly, Sally, Anthony, Thomas, Amy, Winifred...........
(Important Notes: The western migration of Lott Ivey and Greenbury Hill families begain around 1800 from Surry Co. N.C. & Pendleton & Franklin Co. to Randolph or Jasper GA.---
Lott’s Granduncle Gilbert family record states “John Anderson Ivey, son of Nathan and Mary was living with his brother Lott Ivey in the Pendleton District, South Carolina, in 1790 census.
By 1799 both brothers had moved to Franklin Co. GA. They then moved to Randolph Co., later Jasper Co., GA. Both Lott and his father Nathan died there.

Son Anderson(b29Mar1774), family and some siblings migrated through Tennesee to Ralls Co. Missouri and settled near Hannibal. It is said in the Gilbert record that some of Lott’s sons joined the Mormon Church and said their father was from Randolph Co. Anderson married Sarah Allred 22 May 1799. Issue: James Russell, Polly Ann, John Anderson, Elizabeth, William Shelton, Issac......

Son James Russell(30Dec1802) and Eliza McKee Fausett married in Jun 1824. They Joined the Mormon Church and migrated to Utah. Issue: James Alexander and many others.

Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS)

Lott Ivey, Anderson Ivey, John Anderson Ivey, Nathan Lott Ivey - discussion for "Genealogical Proof Standard or GPS"

Some Family History Charts show Nathan Lotts Issue as: John Lott Ivey, John Anderson Ivey, John Henry Ivey, John Hugh Anderson “Jehu” Ivey, others…


The North Carolina Census Surry County 1784-1787 shows Lott Ivey with wm males over 21-60 as 2, shows wm under 21 or over 60 as 3, shows all wf as 3. Lotts son Anderson is not 21 in 1787, he would be 13. Lotts Brother John Anderson is said to be living with him at that time as indicated by this census. It's easy to see confusion in believing son Anderson is adult male.

The above census verify to me that as in the Gilbert Record that states that John Anderson was living with his Brother. The Gilbert record also states that John Anderson was the son of Nathan. Further common proofs can be obtained from the below information.

The Gilbert Ivey family record states "John Anderson Ivey, son of Nathan and ?(Mary Anderson), was living with his brother Lott Ivey in the Pendlelton District, South Carolina, in 1790 census. By 1799 both brothers had moved to Franklin Co, GA. He and his family moved to Hall(Rall) Co. Missouri, where some of his sons joined the Mormon Church and said that their father(Nathan Lott) was from Randolph Co., North Carolina." Lott died 11 Aug 1812 in Randolph(now Jasper) GA.

1782, Lott Ivey appears in Capt Gain’s district, Surry Co., Tax list.

1783, Lott Ivey purchased land on Connorose Creek in Pendleton SC and still owned land in Surry Co., NC.

1784,Lott Ivey was buying land in Pendleton and Feb 16, 1784, Joseph Winston was appointed to survey 240 acres on the Tarrarat River for him. (Land that he was speculating on).

1789-1795, Lott Ivey, John Ivey, Thomas Hill, James Hill, Richard Hill, and Joseph Waldrum all transacting land in Tarrarat area. (All related somehow).

“The Western Migration of Green B. Hill and Lott Ivey” which has a collection of associated names and places extracted from various deeds, tax lists, and other sources between 1782 -1821. (Brothers John and Lott Ivey are for sure living together or very near each other as stated in the Gilbert record as in this migration document appears many transactions to the positive. This is true and so is the Gilbert history of Nathan being father of John and Lott.

The 1790 census, Pendleton South Carolina shows Lott Ivey household with wm-2, wm-3, wf-5. (1790 William Little on Census (115) in Capt. William Perkins’ Dist adj. Julius Gibson, Adar Burchfield, Lott & Jehu Ivey, Isaac Perkins.)

1790-1798, both Lott Ivey and John Ivey moved to Franklin Co. Ga.

1793, Both Lott and John Ivey had real estate dealings with Burwell Green at connorose creek with witnesses.

29 Nov 1793 at Age 63 (Nathan Lott) lived at Conneross Creek, 96th District, Pendleton Co., South Carolina—His birth date is 1730.

John Ivey bought land from Lott Ivey in 1795 and in 1798 both Lott and John Ivey appear on Franklin County's tax list. On 29 Dec 1795 Lott sold Jehu Ivey land. In 1790 William Little on census (115) in Captain William Perkins' Dist adj. (shows) Julius Gibson, Adar Burchfield, Lott & Jehu Ivey, Isaac Perkins… This links Jehu and Lott as brothers also.

Lott Ivey is listed as owning a home valued at $10, John Ivey is listed there as well with one home valued at $20. Oddly both John and Lotts deeds postdate the census but obviously refers to the same property in 1799...This varifies the Gilbert information that John Anderson Ivey or John Ivey, was living with his Brother.
Lotts son would have been listed as "Anderson Ivey".

In 1800 the following persons appear in Captain Henderson's District, Franklin Co., GA: Jehew Ivy (Lotts Brother), Anderson Ivy (Lott’s son), Lott Ivey, John Ivey (Lotts Brother) (with 130 acres). (Most likely to avoid confusion, an agreement of who should not use John as a first name was made.) "The John Lott Ivey-county historian" drops the first name John in all Lott’s dealings.

1802 and again in 1803, Acreage of John Ivey and Lott Ivey is confirmed in 1802 Franklin Co. GA tax list showing 200 acres for Lott and 138 acres for John Ivey, both located on Freeman’s Creek.

Another Proof of Brothers/cousins living close…..
1805—Georgia Land Lottery allowed a resident 21 years of age and resident of Georgia for one year one draw, a married man two draws: Anderson Ivey-drawsblank, Benjamin Ivey drawsblank, John Ivey-drawsblank, Thomas Ivey-drawsblank, Lott Ivey-drawsblank….

On Feb. 20, 1806, Lot Ivie (note spelling change) witnessed a deed of trust for a Methodist meeting house called “Hargrove” Later information indicate Lott and the Hill family were Baptists.

In 1807 Anderson Ivey and Sarah left the Grove Level Church. They were given a letter of dismissal which were given to members in good standing who were moving. Careful study verifies they were not terminated or excommunicated as some think.

1808, Lott Ivie and John Ivie appear in Captain Barnwell’s district, Franklin Co. Ga. Also in Capt. Williams district, Franklin Co. GA. On their same land on Freeman’s Creek…they have now been in the same location for over 9 years.

In 1808 Lott paid taxes for Anderson for land on freemans creek. Probably because they were the one of the family group that went to town?

1811, In Captain Headen’s district, John Ivie is listed in same location on Freemans Creek and Littleton meeks, James Hill is listed for Poll tax only, Anderson Ivey is on Freeman’s Creek, Thomas Ivey is on Freeman’s creek and John Meeks is listed for poll tax only... Captain Cleveland district lists Lott Ivey in same location.

1812, Lott Ivey dies between Aug and Dec 1812.

Many family charts list Lott's Brothers as John Anderson, John Hugh Anderson or "Jehu", and John Henry. (Lotts first name is John Lott), The name John could be a problem so was probably limited in use.

The Gilbert Ivey family record states "John Anderson Ivey, son of Nathan and ?(Mary Anderson), was living with his brother Lott Ivey in the Pendlelton District, South Carolina, in 1790 census. By 1799 both brothers had moved to Franklin Co, GA. He and his family moved to Hall(Rall) Co. Missouri, where some of his sons joined the Mormon Church and said that their father(Nathan Lott) was from Randolph Co., North Carolina." Lott died 11 Aug 1812 in Randolph(now Jasper) GA.

William and Mary Quarterly - page 94 states offspring of Nathan as Hugh (Jehu?) and others...

Conclusion: This carefully studied data fits the "Genealogical Proof Standard or GPS" Nathan Ivey was father of Lott and Lott was the father of Anderson.

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