Moses Granberry1

M, #723, b. circa 1750, d. 1808
Last Edited=1 May 2011
     Moses Granberry, son of James Granberry and Mary Maning, was born circa 1750 at Norfolk County, Virginia.1,2 Moses Granberry was the son of James Granberry and Mary Maning.1

Moses Granberry began military service in 1776 at Newberry District, Pitt County, North Carolina. He was a private in the North Carolina Line..1,3

Moses Granberry married Susannah Dykes, daughter of George Dykes and Unity (?), circa 1783 at North Carolina.1,4

Moses Granberry married Elizabeth Mary Ann Dulaney in 1789 at North Carolina.1,5

On 18 Feb 1792, Moses Granberry was dismissed from membership of the Long Creek Church in warren County, Georgia.6

Moses Granberry filed a tax return in 1794 in Warren County, Georgia.7

"He owned land in Pitt County, North Carolina, but sold it and moved on to Warren County, Georgia. There he bought land and received a grant from the State of Georgia for more land in 1797 in Columbia County that bordered his land in Warren County. He is also recorded as having received several more land grants and owned considerable property in Warren and Columbia Counties. Part of these grants were probably for payment of services during the Revolution."1

Moses Granberry died in 1808 at Warren County, Georgia.1

Moses Granberry left a will on 24 January 1808 at Warren County, Georgia, The will was probated 7 Mar 1808.8

Children of Moses Granberry and Susannah Dykes

Children of Moses Granberry and Elizabeth Mary Ann Dulaney

Citations

  1. [S23] Mary Collins Landin, The Collins and Travis Families and Their Allies (Route 3 Box 290, Tom Collins Road, Utica, Mississippi 39175: Self Published, 1982). Hereinafter cited as Collins and Travis Families.
  2. [S466] U. S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, online Ancestry.com, Birth yearand place confirmed by this source. Hereinafter cited as U.S. and International Marriage Records.
  3. [S333] Daniel Nathan Crumpton, compiler, Cemetries & Genealogy Warren County, Georgia and Immediate Vicinity 1792 - 1987 (Roswell, Georgia: WH Wolfe Associates, 1987). Hereinafter cited as Cemeteries & Genealogy, Warren County, Georgia.
  4. [S466] U. S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, online Ancestry.com, Place of marriage is from this source as well as confirmation of the marriage itself.. Hereinafter cited as U.S. and International Marriage Records.
  5. [S466] U. S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, online Ancestry.com, Place of marriage is from this source as well as date and confirmation of the marriage itself.. Hereinafter cited as U.S. and International Marriage Records.
  6. [S335] MariLee Beatty Hageness, compiler, Long Creek Church Early Members, Warren County, Georgia (n.p.: Self Published, 1995), page 3.. Hereinafter cited as Long Creek Church Early Members.
  7. [S334] MariLee Beatty Hageness, compiler, Georgia Genealogical Sources, Series, Residents 1794 - 1849, Warren County, Georgia, Volume GA154-7 (Anniston, Alabama: MLH Research, 2001), page 44.. Hereinafter cited as Georgia Genealogical Sources, Resident 1794-1849.
  8. [S332] Daniel Nathan Crumpton, compiler, Warren County, Georgia 1793 - 1900 Genealogy II (Spartanburg, South Carolina: Self Published, 1993), page 159. This is an abstract of the will.. Hereinafter cited as Warren County Georgia Genealogy II.