Haddock Family of NC
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John Haddock and Liscomb (Taylor) Haddock's Descendants
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1 John Haddock, Sr. b: Abt. 1721 in Saint Mary's County, Maryland d: May 18, 1809 in Haddock Plantation, Pitt Co., North Carolina Burial: Haddock Plantation, Pitt Co., North Carolina [no stone] +Liscomb Taylor b: 1721 in Norfolk Co., VA m: Abt. 1741 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: Bet. May - December 1802 in Haddock Plantation, Pitt Co., North Carolina Burial: Haddock Plantation, Pitt Co., North Carolina [no stone]
2 Andrew Haddock, Sr. b: 1742 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: May 15, 1793 in Caswell Co., North Carolina +Elizabeth Hicks b: 1747 in Goochland Co., Virginia m: Abt. 1761 in North Carolina d: May 05, 1808 in Caswell Co., North Carolina
2 John Haddock, Jr. b: 1744 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: 1822 in Jones County, Georgia +Rhoda Taylor b: 1741 in Pitt County, North Carolina m: May 04, 1766 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: Bet. 1811 - 1820 in Jones County, Georgia.
2 William Haddock b: Bet. 1745 - 1746 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: September 11, 1821 in Pitt Co., North Carolina [Will Date] +Martha Jane Taylor aka: Patsy b: Abt. 1754 in Pitt County, North Carolina m: Abt. 1774 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: Abt. 1824 in Pitt Co., North Carolina
2 Zachariah Haddock b: 1751 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: Bef. 1827 in Kings Ferry, Nassau Co., Florida +Amey Hardee b: Abt. 1756 in Pitt County, North Carolina m: Abt. 1776 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: Aft. 1801 in Kings Ferry, Nassau Co., Florida
2 Admiral Haddock b: 1753 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: Aft. 1830 in Colleton County, South Carolina +Sarah b: Abt. 1760 in North Carolina m: 1773 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: Aft. 1830 in Colleton County, South Carolina
2 Charles Haddock, Sr. b: 1755 in Pitt Co., North Carolina d: September 12, 1820 in Double Branch, Pulaski Co., Georgia [Will Date] Burial: Old Cemetery, Double Branch, Pulaski Co., Georgia +Anna Walraven b: Abt. 1761 m: Abt. 1781 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: in Double Branch, Pulaski Co., Georgia Burial: Old Cemetery, Double Branch, Pulaski Co., Georgia
2 Richard W. Haddock aka: Hadock b: 1757 in Pitt Co., North Carolina d: Aft. 1830 in Pitt Co., North Carolina +Nancy b: Abt. 1757 m: Abt. 1777 in Pitt Co., North Carolina d: Aft. 1824 in Pitt Co., North Carolina
2 Peter Haddock b: 1764 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: September 04, 1820 in Jefferson County, Mississippi + b: Abt. 1764 m: Abt. 1784 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: Aft. 1820
2 Liscomb Haddock b: Abt. 1767 in Pitt Co., North Carolina d: December 26, 1845 in Wayne Co., GA +Archibald Campbell b: 1765 in Pitt County, North Carolina m: Abt. 1785 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: 1830 in Wayne Co., GA Go to South Carolina
Liscomb (Taylor) Haddock's parents were Liscomb (Jones) and William Taylor, Sr. and they lived in the Piney Woods of Pitt Co., NC. Her brother was William Taylor Jr. and he was married to Diana Deale. Their daughter married Liscomb (Taylor) and John Haddock's son. [first cousins married - Rhoda Taylor and John Haddock, Jr.]
Liscomb Taylor Haddock's, father's, obituary is most interesting, so it has been included here as part of the Haddock family research project. It reads: William Taylor, Sr., dies in 1794 in Pitt County at the Age of 114: Lately, in the Piney Woods of Pitt County, where he had resided for 40 years past with his youngest son, who is in the 63rd year of his age, Mr. William Taylor, aged 114 years. He was born either in Virginia or this state - enjoyed for many years past a perfect state of health, and on the morning of his death had set off to walk two miles to get a pair of shoes, but was seized with a fit shortly after he left home which carried him off." [Ref: Reprinted in The Connector, Newsletter of the Tar River Connections Genealogical Society, Vol. 2, No. 4 (Fall Issue of 1998), p. 18: "Halifax, dated Nov. 3, 1794].
Given below is one of the earliest deeds for John Haddock- taken from the text of Haddock Heritage, Second Edition, pub 2003, by Donna Haddock Cooper.
In 1757, a deed was located in North Carolina in Beaufort Co., NC, and, in abstract, it reads: Know Ye that I John Wain of Craven County for the contraction of eight pounds to me in hand paid before the delivery of these sworn by John Hadock, [sic] the rest. I hereby acknowledge have and do by these presents freely and absolutely bargain Sell convey and confirm unto the said Hadock [sic] his heirs and assigns a parcel of land containing one hundred acres, being part of 300 acres as by patent dated July 10th, 1752 beginning at Edens branch and with the branch to the back line and with the back line to Galling branch and down the branch to Swift Creek and with the creek to the beginning. To have and hold the said land and all woods waters timber trees and all other the appurtenance thereto belonging to I John Wain for myself my heirs Exors and admis. as covenant to agree to and with the said John Hadock his heirs and assigns viz... That is that be lawful for the said John Hadock [sic] his heirs and assigns at all times hereafter to have hold and enjoy the said land and premises free and clear of all times hereafter to have hold and enjoy the said land and premises free and clear of all encumbrances lastly. I the said John Wain and my heirs at all times hereafter at the cost of the said John Hadock [sic] his heirs assigns shall do and execute other conveyances unto the said John Hadock his heirs and assigns as by his or kin council in the law Shall be reasonably required. With my hand and Seal this day in the year 1757. John Wain [mark] Sealed and delivered in presence of George Sugg, John Price [mark] Beaufort County, December Court 1757. Present his Majestic Justices, This certifies that the within and was exhibited into Court and proved by the Oat of John Price one of the Subscribing Witnesses, ordered to be registered. Test: Walley Chancey C. Ct. [Ref: Judy Haddock Swan, Microfilm] [Ref: Beaufort Co., NC, Deed Book 3, page 351]
Research Note: There a several family connections in this deed. One of them is to the Sugg family. It could be said that George Sugg was connected in a fashion to the Jones family. His son Aquilla was married to Abigail Bonner and she was first married to Simon Peter Jones. Simon Peter was a brother to Liscomb Jones who was married William Taylor, Sr.. Several of the Tyson family members married into the Haddock family and around and around it goes!
George Sugg Beaufort County, NC, 29 Oct 1758 - Nov 1758 - Will - Sons: Nimrod (land on Tison Creek), Joel, George and Allen Sugg. Daughters: Lucey Tison, Fanny and Sarah Sugg. Executors: Aquila Sugg, Abraham Tison, Joel and Allen Sugg. Witnesses: Thos. Tildesley, Friedrich Sergnt, John Anders. Proven at Enfield Court. I. Edwards, Clerk of the Court
The Wyne/Wain family had connections to Maryland as did the Jones and Haddock families.
This web site is a small sampling of the Haddock Research Project
In the book, Haddock Heritage, Second Edition, 2003, a lot of deeds, wills, census records, and other documents were listed in great detail. John and Liscomb (Taylor) Haddock's file contained several pages of printed data and was richly documented.
The research project that was printed numbered over a thousand pages. The allied families contained many more files - around 1500 pages that were not published.
With this web page it is my desire to share a small portion of the research with you. In return I'm asking for you to share old photos, cemetery photos, obituaries, newspaper items, and family lore so that it can be a part of our Haddock family history.
Donna Haddock Cooper, your family historian
It took 1100 or more pages to tell the Haddock story. This is just a brief outline. The story can be read in its entirety in Haddock Heritage.
|16 Generation||15 Generation||14 Generation|
|Richard & Christine Haddock, Sr. - Buried in Leigh-on-the Sea, Essex, England||Richard & Margaret Haddock, Jr. - Buried Leigh-on-the Sea, Essex, England||Robert & Margaret (Powell) Haddock - He left will in Essex, England|
|13 Generation||12 Generation||11 Generation||10 Generation||9 Generation|
|Richard & Margery (Chaplen) Haddock - married at Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London, England||Richard & Frances (Morgan) Haddock - Buried Haddock Family Tomb, Leigh-on-the Sea, Essex, England||William & Mary Ann (Goodlad) Haddock - Admiral in the Royal Navy. Buried Haddock Family Tomb, Leigh-on-the Sea, Essex, England||Richard & Elizabeth (Wilkinson) Haddock - Sir Admiral Richard Haddock became the Comptroller of the British Navy. Buried Haddock Family Tomb, Leigh-on-the Sea, Essex, England||John & Elizabeth (Abell) Haddock - He was christened at St. Bartholomew Exchange, London, London, England. His estate was settled in St. Mary's Co., MD. His son John was named.|
|8 Generation||7 Generation||6 Generation||5 Generation||4 Generation|
John & Liscomb (Taylor)
of Pitt Co., NC. He was a
slave and plantation owner.
|John & Rhoda (Taylor) Haddock, Jr. - of Pitt Co., NC, They died in Jones Co., GA. He was a slave owner and a plantation owner. John & Rhoda were first cousins.||Charles & Penelope "Penny" (Mills) Haddock, Sr. They are buried in Bourbon Co., KS in unmarked graves.||Charles & Sarah (Collins) Haddock, Jr. He was murdered in Barry Co., MO, by Bushwhackers. They are buried at New Site Cemetery.||Noah & Harriett (Crumley) Haddock - They died in Barry Co., MO, buried at Chitwood Cemetery.|
|Samuel Sanders & Gertrude (Addington) Haddock - They are buried at King's Prairie in Barry Co., MO. Her mother is buried in the same cemetery.|
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