Descendants of Isaac Farmer of North Carolina

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Generation #2

Lucy (1Isaac) Farmer of Robeson Co NC

According to Jean Strickland in Who Lived Where in Wayne County, Samuel Lee was said to be the son of Zachariah Lee and Lucy Farmer of Robeson Co NC.

Lucy Farmer was born in 1744 in Halifax Co NC. On 10/11/1763 in Edgecombe Co NC, Lucy married Zachariah Lee b. c. 1745 in Edgecombe Co NC.

Sometime after 2/1770 and before 1779, Zachariah and Lucy migrated to lands which would become Robeson Co NC and settled on Flowers Swamp. Zachariah and Lucy lived the remainder of their lives on the family farm.

Zachariah died sometime before 1790; as his widow Lucy was enumerated in the 1790 Robeson Co NC Census as Head of Household. Lucy died after 1790 in Robeson Co NC.

Bladen County Grant Book, p. 395:
ZACHARIAH LEE 12 Nov 1779 600 acres on the W side of Drouning [sic] Creek on the N E side of Indian Swamp, joining THOMAS ROWLAND and WILLIAM RUNNALS
In 1784, Lucy Lee, widow owned 1,540 acres in Capt. Regan's Dist., Bladen Co. NC.
Males Born
# Lee Females # Lee


3 Lucy
20- 1765 4 Jesse


In 1786, Bladen, Lucy Lee had 4 white males under 21, and 3 white females (including herself) so Lucy still had six children at home in 1786.
Males Born
# Lee Females # Lee
18+   2 Samuel


2 Lucy
17- 1778 1 William
Robeson Co NC Deeds:
H. Brown, sheriff of Robeson Co., to Jesse Lee, 100 acres on Flowers Swamp, land of Lucy Lee sold at auction at estate settlement.
Robeson Co NC Records:
Feb. 6, 1801. Lewis Ivey of Robeson to James Suggs, 100 acres on Flowers Swamp, beginning at John Lambert's corner, w side of swamp. Witn. Stephen Starling, Lucy Lee.



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