LADD COURT RECORDS
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Charity Ladd. Charity Ladd to Jackson Arter. Pack 309 #1. Clerk of Court Office. Pickens, S.C. In the County Commissioners Court.... That Jackson Arter your complainant and petitioner. That Milton Arter is a son of Charity
Ladd born without wedlock and is now about ten years old, whose mother now has two more chn. of illegal birth, all of whom has no home of their own, and depend upon their mother for support. That your petitioner is the grandfather of Milton, and has cared for him from his mothers breast, when his mother gave him to me, and is still willing that he remain until he is of full age. That if the Court approves the Bond of Indenture herein applied for, he will try to raise and educate him and that he will be a comfort to him in his old age and the sd. Milton will inherit a reasonable part of his estate both real and personal at the age of twenty one. Signed Jackson X Arter. Wit: E.E. Kennemore. Dated 16 Oct. 1875.
Special Publication of the Pendleton District South Carolina
submitted by: Charles Ladd
430. Amos Ladd 30201-02001-41
This family appears to have had Henrico County Va. antecedents, The same
names are found in Goochland and Charles City Counties, Va., and in northern
N.C. as early as 1759 and members of his family are found later in Surry
and Stokes Co., N.C., which derived from Rowan County. Noble and Amos Ladd
were in Surry County, N.C. when it was formed in 1771 but Amos was not listed
in the 1772 tax list. Noble died in 1782 and named among others, in his will
his grandson Amos Ladd (not true). A younger Noble and other members of the
family were living in Stokes Co. in 1880 and also had Halifax Co., Va.
connections; they, and the allied Newmans and Sizemores and Goodes helped
settle parts of Western Virginia and Kentucky after an earlier move by Ladds
to South Carolina. Amos reached Pendleton District by 1790. When William
Lynch sold 21 Jan. 1799 to William Sutherland of Rockingham County, N.C.
a farm on Oolenoy Creek of Saluda, witness were Amos, Joseph and John Ladd.
Amos lived in the Oolenoy district and John in what became Oconee County.
William Ladd of this family married Polly Chapman and removed to Habersham
County, Ga., becoming involved prior to March 5, 1827 in controversy with
his father-in-law, Joseph Chapman concerning a horse and other property loaned
to Ladd. (Pickens Co., Chapman estate, Box 6, no.75.)
submitted by: Charles Ladd & Misty Flannigan
*****NOTES submitted by: Laverne Papworth
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