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201 1713 homestead in Gieltjensdorp Blom, Anthoni Dirksen (I33434)
 
202 1718 : Bygselsbrev frå Lauritz Miltzow til Knut på 9 mk. smør landsskyld.
Kilde : Evangerboka b.1. s. 308
Barn:
Guri Knutsdotter Mestad, født 1719; død 1787; gift med Lars Jakobson Styve 1742.
Anna Knutsdotter Mestad, født 1720.
Maria Knutsdotter Mestad, født 1722; død 1748.
Brynjulf Knutson Mestad, født 1726.
 
Mestad, Knut Knuts. (I25369)
 
203 1723 Woonplaats: De Haar
1742 Vleuten, Utrecht U166a015 - kwitantie d.d. 29-12-1742 door Claasje Gysberts, wed. Willem Gysbertse van Veen.
1744 Scheiding van de boedel 
van Veen, Willem Gysbertsz (I33493)
 
204 1724 Woonplaats: Breevelt van Kooten, Gijsbert Janse (I33613)
 
205 1724 Woonplaats: Wensveen van Leeuwen, Neeltje Jans (I33614)
 
206 1728 over wederzydse schulden en betaling van f 325,- aan tweede
party van erven Merrigje Schutter van Gerrit Janssen Byman, zoon van Jan Gerritsen Byman
en Geertje Schinkel, Hendrick Janssen, broer, Willem Janssen Byman, broer - aan Gysbert Gerritse Byman. 
Bijman, Gysbert Gerrits (I33654)
 
207 1729: Aamund Eriks/øn Hambre nyelig død og boede paa Hambre ei endnu holdet skifte. Hamre, Aamund Erichs. (I7860)
 
208 1731: Jacob Tossøen 57 aar g/amme/l 1735: Barnas rekkefølge etter skiftet: Endre, Anders, Mikkel, Ane, Malene, Mari og Martha. Tyssøy, Jacob Endres. (I5884)
 
209 1744 woonplaats Gieltjensdorp
1767 getuige doop Aleidis Luitse Verwoert 
Verwoert, Mari (I33662)
 
210 1744 woonplaats Themaat van Veen, Gisbertus Willems (I33635)
 
211 1744, Northern Ireland
1790, Union, South Carolina
1800, 1810, 1820, Pendleton District, South Carolina
1836 tax list, Giles, Tennessee
1839, passed in Cornersville, Giles, TN at the age of 95.

Died at the age of 94 years. the father of Esq. Ephraim Miller Massey who died 1836. Both are buried in the "Old Marrs Church Cemetery" about 1/4 mi north of the current cemetery in Marshall County, TN near Lynnville. As is Andrew Miller Massey, who died Feb 16, 1828, aged 5yrs, 8 mos, 11 days.

May have married Nancy Miller on 9 Aug 1812 in Greene, Georgia. 
Massey, James Henry (I27458)
 
212 1757: Skifte etter Kari Salamonsdatter Hamre er disse nevnt: stervboenkemannen Peder Endresen Hamre, sonen Salamon Pedersen Hamre, dottera Marithe Pedersdatter Bakke, dottera Agathe Pedersdatter Hamre, dottera Marthe Pedersdatter Golten, dottera Astrid Pedersdatter Nordre Toft , dotterdottera Brithe Hansdatter Skoge, dotter til avdøde Anne Pedersdatter Hamre gift med Hans Olsen Skoge. Vinnes, Kari Salomonsdtr. (I7057)
 
213 1765 Kamerik Mijsijde, voogd voor neef Jan Tomasz Verlaan, onmondig van 't Lam, Hendrick (I33599)
 
214 1767 woonplats: Noordend van Portengen Griffioen, Cnelis Pieters (I33524)
 
215 1784: Knut Eilevson Lavikhaugen gjer gardabyte med Brynjel Johannesson Nese på bruk 3 og flytter dit med lyden sin. Brynjel flytter til Lavikhaugen med sin lyd. Lavikhaugen med skyld 18 mrk. smør, var taksert til 31 rd., og Nese, som hadde same skyldi, var taksert til 43 rd. Borna fødde på Lavikhaugen, Ragnhild f. 1786 på Nese.

Born:
Agata f. 1766, g. 1796 m. em, Gulleik Jakobson Otterstad, sjå Otterstad bnr. 5.
Anna f. 1770, d. 1771.
Anna f. 1772.
Olav f. 1775, brukar på Nese, broren Olav og sidan sonen Jakob tok over. Olav d.e. sidan på Bukkestein.
Gjertrud f. 1778, g. 1816 m. em. Mons Olavson Vetlejord, sjå Vetlejord bnr. 2.
Olav f. 1783, Nese, sidan til Fana.
Ragnhild f. 1786. Ho var fødd på Nese.

Utanom dei sju borni med Kari hadde Knut ei dotter Marta, f. 1778. Mori var Maria Olavsdtr. Nedre Helland. Marta vart gift i 1805 med Jakob Knutson Høvik bnr. 1. Dei bygsla eit bruk i Litlebergen, hadde ein son Johannes som vart gift 1837 med Kari Bertelsdtr. Eide, Stamnes. Dei kjøpte gard på Valde i Meland sokn.

1795. Skøyte frå Knut Eilevson til eldste sonen Olav på Nese for 100 spd. og kår til foreldri.
g2. 1820 m. Marta Nilsdtr. Styve, f. 1790.

Kjelde: Bygdebøker for Vaksdal | Modalsboka band I. 
Lavikhaugen, Knud Eilevs. (I26219)
 
216 1785, Skifte. Sønn: Michael Olrich (1765-1850) Olrich, Nathanael Michaels. (I16074)
 
217 1790 Guilford, North Carolina census, John McBride sr, p. 504

Testament Jan 25th 1806, Guilford. 
McBryde, John (I27690)
 
218 18 barn med Søfren Peders. Godtzen Trane, Elisabeth Christensdtr. (I16119)
 
219 1801 Myhren, Laksevåg (Askøy). Peder Hansen, mandens søn af første egteskab og hos ham logerende. Ugivt. Skoleholder for sognets søndre land, ernærer sig tillige af fiskerie. Myren, Peder Baste Hans. (I15294)
 
220 1801 Østervold: Krøbling nyder almisse af sognet Østervold, Ole Jons. (I15572)
 
221 1801, born: Ole, Halvor, Jarand (Hytta), Asmund (Rui og Bakkene), Margit, Birgit. Rui, Tarald Halvors. (I31838)
 
222 1801-census: http://www.digitalarkivet.no/cgi-win/WebCens.exe?slag=visbase&sidenr=24&filnamn=f18011717&gardpostnr=13&personpostnr=173&merk=173#ovre Loktu, Joen Peders. (I22301)
 
223 1801-telling for Mathopen, Fana: http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/webcens.exe?slag=visbase&filnamn=f11249.wc2&variabel=0&postnr=1496&fulle=true&spraak=n Mathopen, Lars Mikkels. (I12423)
 
224 1801-telling for Qvaleim, Radøy, Manger: http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/webcens.exe?slag=visbase&filnamn=f11261&variabel=0&postnr=1521&fulle=true&spraak=n

Han var først gift med Kari Jonsdtr. Qvalem i 1761. 
Kvalheim, Mons Michels. (I12457)
 
225 1801-tellingen for Aandeland, Haus: http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/webcens.exe?slag=visbase&filnamn=f11250&variabel=0&postnr=108&fulle=true&spraak=n Unneland, Marita Askildsdtr. (I12440)
 
226 1801-tellingen for Alvheim i Øygarden (Herdla/Manger): http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/webcens.exe?slag=visbase&filnamn=f11261&variabel=0&postnr=2799&fulle=true&spraak=n Myking, Hans Ols. (I12455)
 
227 1801-tellingen for Helland, Manger: http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/webcens.exe?slag=visbase&filnamn=f11261&variabel=0&postnr=198&fulle=true&spraak=n Helland, Aamund Rasmus. (I12459)
 
228 1801-tellingen for Heradstveit, Kvam: http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/webcens.exe?slag=visbase&filnamn=f11238&variabel=0&postnr=18&fulle=true&spraak=n Heradstveit, Gunder Tostens. (I12416)
 
229 1801-tellingen for Lunde i Sæbø sokn, Manger: http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/webcens.exe?slag=visbase&filnamn=f11261&variabel=0&postnr=2164&fulle=true&spraak=n Lunde, Berge Ols. (I12389)
 
230 1801-tellingen for Nødenæs, Bø sokn, Manger: http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/webcens.exe?slag=visbase&filnamn=f11261&variabel=0&postnr=820&fulle=true&spraak=n Hatten, Nils Jans. (I12468)
 
231 1801-tellingen Marås, Sæbø sokn, Manger: http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/webcens.exe?slag=visbase&filnamn=f11261&variabel=0&postnr=2234&fulle=true&spraak=n Kolås, Christie Charelsdtr. (I12396)
 
232 1801-tellingen, Holdhus, Samnanger, Os: http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/webcens.exe?slag=visbase&filnamn=f11243&variabel=0&postnr=1464&fulle=true&spraak=n Reistad, Claus Nils. (I12412)
 
233 1801-tellingen, Sætre, Askøy, Bergen landdistrikt: http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/webcens.exe?slag=visbase&filnamn=f11280.wc2&variabel=0&postnr=1953&fulle=true&spraak=n Sætre, Stephen Haagens. (I12420)
 
234 1801: Aas, Toten: Ole Pedersen f. 1729 og Kirstine Gundersdatter f. 1745, Johannes Olsen f. 1787, deres børn. Aas, Johannes Ols. (I31463)
 
235 1801: Enke 1ste g Har sit ophold hos sin søn (Nedre Golten).
Fekk fattigstøtte med 2 rdl i 1812, døydde i 1824 på Eide som fattiglem hos dottera Guri. 
Haug, Siri Olsdtr. (I6498)
 
236 1801: http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/webcens.exe?slag=visbase&filnamn=f11101&gardpostnr=207&personpostnr=1217&merk=1217#ovre Myklebostad, Tønnes Peders. (I17159)
 
237 1801: Lever af giestgiveriet og tillige af søen ved fiskerie. Holm, Ole Ols. (I28439)
 
238 1806 gjev Olav Knutson d.e. bygselbrev til broren Olav Knutson d. y. på dette bruket, halve bruket for 16 år, og andre helvti for 20 år. Olav d.y. sat no med heile bruket her til 1820. Då skøyter Olav d.e. halve bruket til eldste sonen sin, Jakob Olavson for 100 spd., og i 1823 får Jakob skøyte på andre helvti og, og sit sidan med heile bruket.
Olav d.y. for til Fana og budde på husmannsplassen Stendastykkjet (Sicilielund) frå omlag 1830. Gift andre gong i 1836 med Madli Olsdtr. Unnelandsneset. Olav pakta seinare på Store Milde. Døydde som husmann og fattiglem på Hordnes i 1864. 
Nese, Olav Knuds. (I26205)
 
239 1806: Otte Olsen husmann på Lundøen berga tre mann som kollsigla på Møgsterfjorden. Hevrøy, Otte Ols. (I10598)
 
240 1810 census for Pendleton, South Carolina.

20 May 1817 • Pendleton Dist., SC: 123 Acres surveyed - Chesley McKinsey named as occupant of land described as Reedy Branch of Chatuga River.

Chesley McKenzie was among the original settlers of Rabun county Georgia.

8 Nov 1823 • Rabun County, Georgia: "Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia" by State of Georgia, pg. 253 In the House of Representatives . . . 8 Nov 1823 Resolved, that Chesley McKenzie, Esq. be and he is hereby appointed a notary public for the county of Rabun.

1827 • Rabun County, Georgia: Georgia Land Lottery - 1827 Chesley McKenzie and son Absalom McKenzie both drew lots for land in Carroll Co., GA

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Source: Pam Smith:
There is no doubt Chesley (#2??) wife Elizabeth was Cherokee. Chesley has a colorful history and was known as an "intruder" into Indian lands in the Ocowee. He was burnt out twice by the military in what became McMinn Co., TN. His children who remained in Monroe Co., TN were known to be Indian. I believe Mary McKenzie was by a first wife and not Cherokee, nor was her brother Absolum Harrison McKenzie who moved from Georgia to Alabama and died in Calhoun Co., MS. I corresponded years ago with Bee & Scott McKenzie on this family. Scott is desc. from Chesley's dau Louisa who had no husband and at least 8 children who were known to be Indian and he has done extensive research into this family.

Chesley McKenzie died in Monroe Co. March 1838 per court records and his widow Elizabeth went with Absolum to Randolph Co., AL and died there. 
McKenzie, Chesley (I27505)
 
241 1814, En av "Grunnlovens fedre" på Eidsvold Falsen, Christian Magnus Enevoldsen (I22002)
 
242 1820 census for Capt Awtreys District, Greene County, Georgia, USA, has Ruthe, one son between 16 and 25 an one daughter between 10 and 15 and 24 slaves. Hunter, Ruthey (I28359)
 
243 1820 New Port Parish, Isle of Wight, Virginia Casey, James (I20693)
 
244 1820 New Port Parish, Isle of Wight, Virginia Casey, James S. (I20700)
 
245 1820, Wilson county, TN
1830 Halifax Co, Va census: 423
1840 Halifax Co, Va census: 025

-Lunenburg County, VA, Will Book 2, p. 61, (Will of Walter O. Owen, written 1-7-1765, proved 7-11-1765)
-Halifax County, VA Will Book 2, page 454, (Will of Joseph Owen, written 11-9-1790, proved 7-25-1791)
Page 454 Joseph Owen Will dated Nov 9 1790, recorded Jul 25 1791

"Planter being at this time in a weak state of bodily health...". To Phoebe my beloved wife all my land containing 200 ac & excepting 26.25 ac which is laid off to Isaac Miles. Also to my wife 5 hd of horses and all my cattle, sheep, hoggs, also the negro women Aggy & Esther, my household furniture & all the rest of my estate to her during her natural life. After paying my debts she raise my children on the same & my will & meaning further is that all my estate shall then be equally divided between my children that are now living with me.
Exr/beloved wife & my son Brackett, & my beloved brother David Owen.

WD 9 November 1790 s/ Joseph Owen
Wit/William Neighbors, Isaac (x) Miles, Peter (x) Crews
WP 25 July 1791 Mary Owen granted probate & the other EXrs. to join in probate when they think fit.
Sec/Peter Barksdale & Isaac Miles 
Owen, Joseph (I28553)
 
246 1830, in Rabun, Georgia.
1832 "The Cherokee Land Lottery", Moses G. Anderson resident of Coffee's District in Rabun Co., GA, drew Lot #233 in the 12th district, 2nd section. He was also named surveryor for district 3, section 3 of the Cherokee Indian land to be divided up in the lottery.
1840, District 899, Cherokee, Georgia.
1850, Perry, TN.
1860 and 1870, Brown, TX 
Anderson, Moses Guest (I27498)
 
247 1833 land assessment: Bootown, Ballymoney, Dunluce, Upper Antrim, Ireland

The McAfees were Presbyterians and farmers and said to have descended from Scottish Convenanters.

Arrived in New York 7 Jun 1838, aboard the ship "St. Andrew", age 59, farmer, together with Martha age 56, James age 34, Rachael (Dinsmore) 25, Elija (infant), William age 20, Robert 13, Mathew 14, Martha Jane 14,
Also arriving on the same ship W. McAfee, age 23, John Dinsmore 28, his wife Margaret 31, Samuel 4, Mary (infant) and Mary Dinsmore 76.

Living with them in East Union township in the 1850 census were son William b. 1818, in addition to Martin b. 1828, Margaret b 1830 and Eliza b. 1835. Unknown parents, of them only granddaughter Eliza is mentioned in his will.

In his will he gives the north half of his farm to son William, the south half to Mathew, the latter also got half the share of the fruit that may grow on the south half of the fam untill he has time to plant fruit trees on his part of the farm and they are grown to such size as will produce a reasonable quiantity of apples, except if he should sell his part of the farm in that event the fruit will all belong to William.
Martha Jane 400 dollars. Granddaughter Eliza Mc?, 400 dollars. Grandson Joseph McAfee 400 dollars, son Robert McAfee one thousand dollars. Wife Martha my two horses or horse kind ald all my cattle and she is to have the privilege of living in the house in which we noe recide during her lifetime.

One source has his father as John McDuffee/McAfee born ab. 1730 on the Isle of Islay, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. A farmer who migrated to Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland with a friend, William McQuigg, when they both were young men probably in the 1750's from Islay, Co. Argyll, Scotland.
Presbyterian and descendant of Scots Convenanters. Believed to be buried at County Antrim Saint Cuthbert's Church Cemetery, where a Mathew McDuffee is buried which might be his son. In the same cemetery is:

Erected in memory of
MARGARET beloved wife of
JAMES McAFEE, Park.
Who died 12th August 1854
aged 35 years.
Also her husband
JAMES McAFEE,
who died 9th January 1888
aged 87 years.
Also her daughter
MARGARET
who died 3rd Sept 1889
aged 43 years.

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Clan Macfie is one of the oldest Scottish Clans with a history going back before records were kept. The ancient name for our clan is Macdubhsith. While literally meaning "dark man of peace", sithe is also the term used for supernatural beings that populated the islands and the highlands and the tern dubh or dark also had mystical and supernatural connotations. The ancestral homeland for the Macfies are the islands of Colonsay and Oronsay in the Hebrides, the Western Isles of Scotland.

In 1623, Malcolm, the last Chief of the Clan Macfie, was captured by the infamous Colla Ciotach MacDonald. He was tied to a standing stone, known as Carraig Mhic a' Phi at Balaruminmore, on our ancestral island of Colonsay, and summarily shot. The Clan Macfie was dispossessed of its lands and dispersed as a "broken" Clan.

That is, until 27th May 1981, when the Clan was reactivated and again formally recognised as an "active" Clan by the Lord Lyon. Macfies all over the world celebrate that day as a new 'birthday' for the Clan Macfie.

As there was no hereditary Chief, a Ceann-Cath or Clan Commander was appointed to head the Clan. The current Clan Commander is Alexander "Sandy" C. McPhie who resides in Queensland Australia.

The original name was
"MacDubhsith" meaning
"mac" - son of
"Dubh" - dark or black
"sith" - elf or fairy
It is Gaelic. The Scottish-Gaelic pronunciation is"Mac - Dhoogh- shee".
English it is MacDuffie.
The clan called themselves "Clan MacDuffie" until 1539 when they dropped the Gaelic "dubh" syllable. Mac-Du-ffie became MacFie.
From 1539 on they were known as Clan MacFie.Many still used/spelled their name MacDuffie however. When the Act of Union joing England and Scotland into Great Britain was passed in 1707, the English language was used more often in Scotland. There was no equivalent English sound or letter for the Gaelic sound "bh" in the clan names, so clerks and clergy used the approximations f, v, or ph. The result was many variations of the clan name but no single, correct spelling. Also, spellings were changed in Ireland during times of persecution because the Irish did not like the Scottish coming into Northern Ireland and taking their land they once owned. In addition, spellings varied because during immigration many of the immigration officers misspelled
or forced immigrants to change the spellings of their names. And in some instances, some of the immigrants didn't know how to spell their own last names.
The McAfee, McAffee, MacAfee spellings appear in Northern Ireland (County Antrim,
County Armagh).

Recognized Clan Surnames:

The following names are recognised by the Commander of Clan Macfie, Ceann-Cath A. C. (Sandy) McPhie, as being current acceptable surname spellings for members of the Clan. Variations in the spelling of these names are acceptable. Mac/Mc prefixes are considered to be interchangeable:

ATHEY, ATHIE, CATHEY, CATHIE, COFFEE, COFFEY, DUFFEE, DUFFIE, DUFFEY, DUFFY, FEE, GUFFEY, GUFFIE, HAFFEY, HAFFIE, MacAFEE (and McAfee), MacAFIE, MacCAFFER, MacCAFFREY, MacCAFFIE, MacCATHEY, MacCATHIE, MacCUISH, MacDUFFEE, MacDUFFIE, MacDUFFEY, MacDUFFY, MacDUFFIN, MacFEE, MacFIE, MacGUFFEY, MacGUFFIE, MacGUFFIN, MacHAFFIE, MacHAFFY, MacPHEE, MacPHIE, MacVEE, MacVIE, MAHAFFEY, MEHAFFEY, PHEE, PHIE.

In addition, the Clan Commander recognises the historical links Clan Macfie had with the Macdonald Lords of the Isles, Clan Cameron in Lochaber and a branch of the MacNicol family in Glenorchy. More recently, the close links established with Clan Macfie by the Thorburn family in Sweden and the Brew family in New Zealand are also acknowledged by the Clan Commander.
CLAN MACFIE HISTORY 
McAfee, William (I22130)
 
248 1836 i FT 1920 Hummelsund, Anders Anders. (I5089)
 
249 1842/1843, Kom til Bergen
1845, Kjøpte Blindheimselven som renner ut i Ytre Arna, HO
1846, Gr.la landets første mekaniske bomullsveveri (Arne fabr.)
1864, Satte dampbåten "D/S Arne" i rute Ytre Arna - Bergen
1869, Grunnla Dale fabrikker (ved Bergdalselva på v. til Voss)
1872, Satte "D/S Peter Jebsen" i Amerika-fart (opphørte 1876)
Kilde: www.nermo.org

Foreldrene var Jens Jebsen (1778-1850) og Maren Hansen (1790-1825). 
Jebsen, Peter (I21980)
 
250 1850 Caroline Mosier, Vermillion, Ashland, Ohio, parents Jacob and Susannah. Mozier, Caroline (I22222)
 

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