Richard Hyde

Richard Hyde

Male 1717 - 1762  (45 years)

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  • Name Richard Hyde 
    Born 1717  Sussex Co., VA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died May 1762  Northampton Co., NC Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I0079  avefamily
    Last Modified 22 Jan 2006 

    Family Mildred Avent,   b. ABT. 1746, Northampton Co., NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1795, Halifax Co., NC Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 49 years) 
    Family ID F030  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    • http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/7590/Hyde.htm

      ....4 Richard Hide/Hyde b: 1717 in Southwark Parish, Surry County, VA d: May 1762 Will probated May 1762 in Northampton County, NC m. by 1751 Amelia. See also Mildred Avent b: abt 1746 in Northampton County, NC d: 1795. And yet "Milly" Hyde's will probated May 1795 in Halifax County, North Carolina

      IGI Record: Richard Hyde born about 1717 Southward (sic) Parish, Surry Co, Virginia-Father: Richard Hyde; Mother: Mary Cotton
      IGI Record: Mildred Avent born about 1746 Northampton County, North Carolina-Father: William Avent Mother: Sarah Massey
      (If this is correct, Mildred Avent could not have been the biological mother of the children listed herein, as IGI records record their birth from about 1745-1759, although the records say the parents were "Richard Hyde IV and Mildred, they also say of Northampton County, North Carolina." I believe that the information used for these birth records was after the fact, as it seems the children were actually born in Brunswick County, Virginia based on Richard's location in the court/land records below.)

      IGI Record: Mildred Avent married about 1767 Richard Hyde of Northampton County, North Carolina (If this is the same Richard Hyde, then the date is obviously wrong on this since Richard died in 1762)

      "Brunswick County, Virginia Deeds by T.L.C. Genealogy:
      Brunswick County Deed Book 2
      Page 226. Jan 25, 1742 from John Beddingfeild of the Brunswick Parish 6 & B, to Richard Hide of B, for 20 pounds, a certain tract of land of about 280 acres in B, bounded by (trees). Signed - John Bedingfeild. Wit - none. Recorded Feb 3, 1742.
      (6 St. Andrew's Parish probably intended.)

      Page 494. June 22, 1744 from Samuel Hudson, late of Virginia but now of Craven County, South Carolina, to George Bearfoot of the county and province aforesaid, for divers good causes and for 100 pounds sterling money of England, one certain tract of land of 150 acres in B on the south side of Roanoke River, and bounded by the east side of Grassey Cr. Signed - Samuel (S his mark) Hudson. Wit-Thomas Loyd, Richard Hide, John (his mark) Spencer. Recorded Sep 6, 1744.

      "Virginia Tax Records From The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, the William and Mary College Quarterly, and Tyler's Quarterly" with an index by Gary Parks, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc.:
      The following poll list for 1748 gives the names of the residents of Brunswick voting for representatives in the House of Burgesses for the sessions of October, 1748, and April, 1749, and which resulted in the election of Sterling Clack and Drury Stith.
      Burge of H. - A pole of their votes:
      Col. John Wall.......Richard Hide
      Col. Edwards.....Richd. Hide

      From: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vabrunsw/deeds/brundb3.htm
      Brunswick County, Virginia Deed Book 3 (1744-1749)
      Indenture made 2 February 1746, between John Bedingfield of Craven County, North Carolina, Planter and Benjamin Sewel of Brunswick County, Planter, £30, 306, part of a tract of land formerly possessed by the said John Bedinfield [sic] whereof was Fountains Creek. Signed John Bedingfield. Witnesses: Nathll. Edwards, Saml. Bennitt, George Hicks. Court August 6, 1747, Indenture and Memorandum proved by the oaths of Nathaniel Edwards &; George Hicks. Court August 4, 1748, also proved by the oath of Samuel Bennitt. Deed Book 3, Page 471.

      From: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vabrunsw/deeds/brundb3.htm
      "Brunswick County, Virginia Deed Book 3 (1744-1749) " posted online:
      Indenture made 16 December 1749, between Charles Clanton of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and Thomas Clanton of same, 20 pounds, 213 a. Signed Charles Clanton (bhm). Witnesses: M Cadet Young, Richard Hyde (bhm). Court December 26, 1749, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by Charles Clanton. Deed Book 3, Page 621.

      From: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vabrunsw/deeds/brundb5.htm
      Brunswick County, Virginia Deed Book 5 (1751-1755)
      Indenture made 28 March 1751, between Richard Hide of Brunswick County and Amelia his wife,and David Hide of Prince George County, £45, 280a, Begining at a Corn pine thence runing a west Course to a Corner red oak thence runing a north course to a white oak and from thence an East coruse to a white oak and from thence to the beginning. Signed Richard Hidge [Hide] (bhm).
      Court 28 March 1751, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by Richard Hide. Deed Book 5, Page 78.

      1751 is the last proven date so far that Richard was in Brunswick County. The following two entries "could" refer to David Hide, since Richard sold him the above property, although Richard still owned 250 acres which he willed to his son Lucas.

      "Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly, Series XXXI, Vol. 2 - Virginia Land Patent Books 31":
      Moses Johnson, 1,737 acs. Brunswick Co. on both Sides of Bedingfield's Cr.; adj. his own line, Hide & the Country Line (N88W); 7 August 1752; p. 180. 4 pounds, 10 shillings. 870 acs. Part formerly gtd. Henry Bedingfield by Letters Pat. 16 Jun 1727 (PB 13 p. 113) the Right & Title of which sd Land is since become vested in the sd. Moses Johnson & 867 acs. the Residue never before gd.

      "Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly Series XXXI, Vol. 4 - Virginia Land Patent Book 32":
      William Brewer, 1781 acs. Brunswick Co. on both sides of Bedingfields Cr., on the Middle Fork of sd. Cr., along the Country line (NW88o W); adj. his own old line, Hide, Moses Johnson, & Bedingfield; 5 Feb 1753, p. 30.

      Richard willed land "to son Lucas Hyde - 250 acres in Brunswick Co. (Va.) on the Middle Fork creek, joining James Williams, David Hyde and Jonas Williams beginning where my sd. brother's line Crosses the Cabbin branch." I did not find Middle Fork Creek, but I did find Cabin Branch just north of Valentines, Virginia. Latitude:

      ...to my son Henry Hyde my land in Northampton Co. on Cedar run containing 320 acres. I couldn't locate Cedar (anything) in Northampton Co. NC.

      From: http://users.ticnet.com/stevem/j1bk17.htm
      The Granville District of North Carolina 1748-1763
      Abstracts of Land Grants
      Volume One
      Hofmann, Margaret M
      Roanoke News company, 1987
      [pg 104][Miscellaneous Papers]
      5110 Alexander Donald entry dated 20 April 1760 700 acres in Northampton County, joining Arthur Jordan, John Gulley, Sarah Revise, Richard Hyde, and the Virginia Line near the head of Tommy's (?) Run /s/Alexander Donald Wit: J Edwards
      [pg 104][Miscellaneous Papers]
      5111 Alexander Donald warrant dated 20 April 1760 to John Edwards to survey 700 acres in Northampton County, joining Arthur Jordan, John Gulley, Sarah Revise, Richard Hyde, and the virginia line near the head of Jimmey's Run /s/ J Edwards T(aker) of Ent(ries) Back of document reads: "Granted 28 July 1761 398 acres"
      [pg 104][Miscellaneous Papers]
      5112 Alexander Donald plat dated 10 May 1760 578 acres in Northampton County, joining the Virginia line, Sarah Reavise, Wm Reavise, Gulley's line, Arthur Jordan, and Richard Hide SCC: Edward Clanton, John Swiney J Edwards Survr
      [pg 101][Miscellaneous Papers]
      5080 John Cook entry dated 5 May 1761 700 acres in Northampton County, joining Cooks own line, Richard Hyde, Arthur Jordan, John Edmonds, and Dogwood Run /s/ John Cook Wit: J Edwards
      [pg 104][Miscellaneous Papers]
      [pg 222][Patent Book 14]
      3408 pg. 271 John Cook 1 August 1762 223 acres in Northampton County, joining Cooks corner, Arthur Jordan, and Richard Hide OR: /s/
      (mark) Wits: J Edwards, Jas Dancy surveyed 26 May 1762 SCC: Anthony Street, John Cook (?) J Edwards Surveyors


      "The North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal, Volume XII, No. 3, August 1986":
      Northampton County Election Return, 1762, Submitted by David B. Gammon:
      ... The return is found in stack file number SS.837, North Carolina State Archives:
      .....Richard Hide(?)

      wills:

      May, 1762
      From: "Northampton County, North Carolina 1759-1808 Genealogical Abstracts of Wills" by Margaret M. Hofmann:

      Will 52 pg. 79 RICHARD HYDE 15 May 1762 May Court 1762
      to my son Henry Hyde my land in Northampton Co. on Cedar run containing 320 acres...son Lucas Hyde 250 acres in Brunswick Co. (Va.) on the Middle Fork creek, joining James Williams, David Hyde and Jonas Williams beginning where my sd. brother's line Crosses the Cabbin branch...lend wife Mildred Hyde several negroes for her widowhood and at her Marriage or death sd. negroes to go to sons Henry and Lucas and should they die without issue negroes to go to unborn child and son Hartwell Hyde....lend wife also cattle, horses, household goods etc. and one feather bed...sons Henry, Hartwell and Lucas bed and furniture each...to daughter Ann Avent my horse called Jumper...residue of my estate to go to my 3 sd. sons and the child my wife is now big with...to daughters Letitia, Sophia and Cheyney Hyde one negro each...to son Hartwell, the Plantation whereon I now live and all my other lands which I have not disposed of and one negro after wife's death or marriage...to wife the money due me from her mother's estate (name not given)
      Extrs: wife Mildred and Henry Britt
      Wits.: David Hyde (X) his mark, Samuel MacCrew, Olive Day

      Mildred Hyde's Will:

      probated May 1795

      From: From: "Northampton County, North Carolina 1759-1808 Genealogical Abstracts of Wills" by Margaret M. Hofmann:

      1550-(797) MILLY HYDE of Halifax Co. to her grandson John Hyde son of Henry Hyde. 11 Nov 1794. For "good will & affection." 1 negro fellow Anthony about 16 years old; 1 negro woman Sue; 1 negro boy Ferril about 3 or 4 years old; 1 sorrell mare: 1 feather bed and furniture and other household furniture. To grandson Richard Hyde son of Henry Hyde: 1 negro boy Allen about 7 years old. To grandson Henry Hyde son of Henry Hyde: 1 negro boy Eaton about 5 years old. To son Henry Hyde: 1 negro fellow Abraham; 1 bay horse. To son Hartwell Hyde: 1 negro fellow Will; 1 ditto Ned; 1 negro girl Agg; 1 bay horse. To grandson Richard Hyde son of Hartwell Hyde: 1 negro woman Bett; 1 negro girl Lela; 1 negro boy Woodley, "children of the aforenamed wench." To granddaughter Milly Hyde daughter of Hartwell Hyde: 1 negro woman Annica. To grandson Blount son of Hartwell Hyde "a child of late born"; 1 negro girl Priscilla. To daughter Sophy Huff 20 shillings. To Chany Parson 20 shillings. To my grandson Richard Hayley son of daughter Lititia Haley dec'd, 20 shillings, to be paid by Henry Hyde and Hartwell Hyde after grantor's decease.
      Milley Hyde (X).
      Wit: John Sullivant, Jesse Brown. May Ct 1795. CC: L. Long