Tuesday, March 13, 2012

My Family Tree.... Redditt

WILLIAM1 REDDITT, SR. He married SARAH ??.
     
Child of W
ILLIAM REDDITT and SARAH ?? is: 
2.i.WILLIAM2 REDDITT, b. 1689, East Anglia, Norfolk County, England; d. Abt. 24 Aug 1739, Bertie County, North Carolina.
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WILLIAM2 REDDITT (WILLIAM1) was born 1689 in East Anglia, Norfolk County, England, and died Abt. 24 Aug 1739 in Bertie County, North Carolina. He married SUSANNA (SUSAN) REED COBB Abt. 1709 in North Carolina, daughter of EDWARD COBB and DOROTHY BOND. She was born 1697 in Virginia, and died Abt. 1747.

Notes for W
ILLIAM REDDITT:
Will of William Redditt as per W. M. Redditt, page 123 and 124:
"In the name of God Amen the twenty fourth of August in the year One Thousand Seven Hundred and Thirty Nine, I, William Redditt of the County of Bertie being very sick and weak, but of perfect sound mind and memory, thanks be to Almighty God for the same and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, I do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in the mannere form following Viz:
First: I give my soul unto the hands of Almighty God who gave it and to be buried in a christianlike manner at the discretion of my Executor after named. Item: I give and bequeath unto my son John Redditt one plantation whereon he now liveth, containing two hundred acres be the same more or less lying in the County of Bertie, and on the South Side of Bucklesberry Swamph having already received the rest of his portion. Item: I give an bequeath unto my daughter, Ann Redditt one cow and calfe to be delivered to her the next ensuing spring. Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Martha Redditt one cow and one calfe to be delivered to her this ensuing fall and one yew and one yew lamb to be delivered to her this next ensuing spring. Item: I give and bequeath unto my son William Redditt the plantation I now live on and also one cow calf to be delivered to him this next ensuing fall and one yew lamb and one gray mare branded on the rear buttock WR and one gunn. Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Joseph Redditt one hundred and five acres of land on each side of Bucklesberry Swamp, one two year old heffer to be delivered to him this ensuing fall, one hundred and seventy acres of land lying in Bucklesberry Pocosin joyning to Lawrence Sarrisens bog and one yew lamb to be delivered to him this ensuing sprinng and one colt to be delivered to him this ensuing fall. Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary Redditt one cow calf to be Markt this ensuing fall in my daughter Mary's mark, and to be delivered to her this ensuing fall and one yew lamb. Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Joel Redditt one hundred and fifty acres of land lying up on the Gum Swamp and one cow calf to be delivered to him the next ensuing spring. Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Isaac Redditt one hundred and fifty acres of land joyning to my son Joel's land and one cow calf to be delivered to him this next ensuing spring. Item: I give and bequeath unto Thomas Yeates one hundred and fifty acres of land joyning on Joseph Redditt line provided the said Thomas Yeates pays unto Susanna Redditt, my wife, a valuable consideration for the said one hundred and fifty acres of land. Item: I give and bequeath unto my dearly and well beloved wife, Susanna Redditt, all my house, stock of hoggs, and all of my moveables in doores, all the cattle that is not already geven away, one young horse, one hundred and seventy acres of land lying upon the swamp marsh to be sold by my wife if she see fit and that my wife Susanna Redditt do pay a debt of sixty five pounds in Bills to Nathaneil Hill and likewise pay the mortgage of forty pounds and the interest and all the sheep that is not willed away and that my children shall not debar my wife or either of their brothers and sisters from taking a timber tree or trees from either of their lands as above mentioned for their own particular uses. Lastly, I do appoint this my last will and testament and I do appoint my loving son John Redditt, my true and loving wife, Susanna Redditt and John Oxley to be my sole Executors of this my last will and testament. In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal"



Database: North Carolina Will Abstracts, 1660-1790
Combined Matches: 1

Name Location Will Date Probate Date
William Redditt Bertie County 24 Aug 1739 29 Oct 1739
Will
Sons: John (plantation on the south side of Buckelsberry Swamp), William, Joseph, Joel, Isaac (to each is devised a plantation). Daughters: Margaret, Ann, Martha and Mary Redditt. Other legatee: Thomas Yeates. Wife and Executrix: Sussannah. Executors: John Redditt (son) and John Oxley. Witnesses: George, Robert and Mary Lawrence. Proven before W. Smith, C. J.


From the book, "NICHOLAS COBB DESCENDANTS, Neighbors and Relatives 1613-1983" by Joe H. Cobb---

Page 65: Susan Cobb was given the name of her grandmother, Susan Cobb, wife of Nicholas Cobb, Sr. She was called Susan Rede in her father's will. In quite a few instances names were spelled as they sounded. The name Rede should have been spelled Redditt. On the 28th October 1702, one George Blow patented 65 acres of land in Surry County that was located on the Seacock Swamp for the transportation of two persons, one of whom was William Redditt. Edward Cobb, Sr. gave to his daughter, Susan Redditt, a two year old heifer and a riding mare. She was not supposed to get the mare until her mother had had the use of it during her lifetime. Susan may not have enjoyed the use of the mare. Hopefully, she did. Susan and William Redditt moved to Bertie County, North Carolina, also. Page 173-176: Edward Cobb, Sr. called her Susan Rede in his will. Rede is a classic example of "spelling it like it sounds". She was Susan Redditt who was the wife of William. Her father bequeathed to her a two year old heifer and his riding mare, however strings were attached to the use of the riding mare. She could not use the mare until after her mother had the use of it during her life. It is unknown as to who survived whom, the mother or the mare. Susan was probably living in North Carolina at the time her father made his will, because the Redditt family was there as early as 1716. In 1716 William Redditt of the Chowan Precinct assigned a patent of 400 acres to William Skoyles (Skiles?). The land was adjacent to Major West and Col. Thomas Pollock. In 1717 he assigned 200 acres to Richard Pickering. This land was on the south side of the Bear Swamp marsh and joined Colonel Pollock, Mr. Hardy and Walston. Then in 1721 William Redditt and Sarah, his wife conveyed 170 acres to John Short. The land was also on the Bear Swamp. On Monday the 9th of November 1731, at the courthouse on the Timber Branch, a deed of sale from William Redditt to James Newland was acknowledged, and a deed of sale from John Holbrook to William Redditt was acknowledged. James Newland witnessed a deed to Henry Cobb, Sr. in 1742. William Redditt was given a deed of sale in 1732 by James and Catherine Russell which was proven by the oath of James Leggett. The last mention of William Redditt in the records while he was alive was in 1738. In November of that year, George Bell deeded 640 acres to Thomas Sutton. The land was described in the deed as being adjacent to William Redditt and Colonel l Pollock. A William Redditt whose wife was named Sara and one whose wife was named Susanna has been mentioned in the preceding narrative. The question arises as to whether one William was married to both women or whether there were two William Redditts. It would seem to be more logical that the two William Redditts were involved such as a father and a son. There have been many references to the three brothers who came over from England and that who the three brothers were had not been determined. The three brothers may have been William, Jr., Josiah and David Redditt. In February 1737 Josiah Redditt and Thomas Todd witnessed a deed whereby William Ball conveyed 400 acres to Thomas Ryan. Josiah was not a son of William and Susanna Redditt. In August, 1743 at court in a warehouse near the Cashy bridge, David Reddick (Redditt) was involved in a legal case of some type. David was not a son of William and Susanna Redditt either. Consequently, it appears that William, Josiah and David were the sons of William and Sarah Redditt and that William, Jr. married Susan Cobb.
The will of William Redditt was dated the 24th August 1739. He appointed his son John, his wife Susana and John Oxley to be the executors. He willed some land to Thomas Yeats with the condition that Yeats pay a "valuable consideration" for the land to Susanna Redditt. He also directed that Susanna pay a debt that he owed to Nathanial Hill. The will was witnessed by George, Robert and Mary Lawrence. He died sometime between 24th August and 29th October 1739. On the latter date his will was proven by the oath of George Lawrence, and his son John was legally qualified by taking the oathe to be the executor. The records indicate that Susan remarried.


***Will #116, Grant Book #4, 1724-1743 in the records of Bertie County, NC.

Lived near Buckleberry Swamp in North Carolina

Notes for S
USANNA (SUSAN) REED COBB:
From the book, "NICHOLAS COBB DESCENDANTS, Neighbors and Relatives 1613-1983" by Joe H. Cobb---

Page 65: Susan Cobb was given the name of her grandmother, Susan Cobb, wife of Nicholas Cobb, Sr. She was called Susan Rede in her father's will. In quite a few instances names were spelled as they sounded. The name Rede should have been spelled Redditt. On the 28th October 1702, one George Blow patented 65 acres of land in Surry County that was located on the Seacock Swamp for the transportation of two persons, one of whom was William Redditt. Edward Cobb, Sr. gave to his daughter, Susan Redditt, a two year old heifer and a riding mare. She was not supposed to get the mare until her mother had had the use of it during her lifetime. Susan may not have enjoyed the use of the mare. Hopefully, she did. Susan and William Redditt moved to Bertie County, North Carolina, also. Page 173-176: Edward Cobb, Sr. called her Susan Rede in his will. Rede is a classic example of "spelling it like it sounds". She was Susan Redditt who was the wife of William. Her father bequeathed to her a two year old heifer and his riding mare, however strings were attached to the use of the riding mare. She could not use the mare until after her mother had the use of it during her life. It is unknown as to who survived whom, the mother or the mare. Susan was probably living in North Carolina at the time her father made his will, because the Redditt family was there as early as 1716. In 1716 William Redditt of the Chowan Precinct assigned a patent of 400 acres to William Skoyles (Skiles?). The land was adjacent to Major West and Col. Thomas Pollock. In 1717 he assigned 200 acres to Richard Pickering. This land was on the south side of the Bear Swamp marsh and joined Colonel Pollock, Mr. Hardy and Walston. Then in 1721 William Redditt and Sarah, his wife conveyed 170 acres to John Short. The land was also on the Bear Swamp. On Monday the 9th of November 1731, at the courthouse on the Timber Branch, a deed of sale from William Redditt to James Newland was acknowledged, and a deed of sale from John Holbrook to William Redditt was acknowledged. James Newland witnessed a deed to Henry Cobb, Sr. in 1742. William Redditt was given a deed of sale in 1732 by James and Catherine Russell which was proven by the oath of James Leggett. The last mention of William Redditt in the records while he was alive was in 1738. In November of that year, George Bell deeded 640 acres to Thomas Sutton. The land was described in the deed as being adjacent to William Redditt and Colonel l Pollock. A William Redditt whose wife was named Sara and one whose wife was named Susanna has been mentioned in the preceding narrative. The question arises as to whether one William was married to both women or whether there were two William Redditts. It would seem to be more logical that the two William Redditts were involved such as a father and a son. There have been many references to the three brothers who came over from England and that who the three brothers were had not been determined. The three brothers may have been William, Jr., Josiah and David Redditt. In February 1737 Josiah Redditt and Thomas Todd witnessed a deed whereby William Ball conveyed 400 acres to Thomas Ryan. Josiah was not a son of William and Susanna Redditt. In August, 1743 at court in a warehouse near the Cashy bridge, David Reddick (Redditt) was involved in a legal case of some type. David was not a son of William and Susanna Redditt either. Consequently, it appears that William, Josiah and David were the sons of William and Sarah Redditt and that William, Jr. married Susan Cobb.
The will of William Redditt was dated the 24th August 1739. He appointed his son John, his wife Susana and John Oxley to be the executors. He willed some land to Thomas Yeats with the condition that Yeats pay a "valuable consideration" for the land to Susanna Redditt. He also directed that Susanna pay a debt that he owed to Nathanial Hill. The will was witnessed by George, Robert and Mary Lawrence. He died sometime between 24th August and 29th October 1739. On the latter date his will was proven by the oath of George Lawrence, and his son John was legally qualified by taking the oathe to be the executor. The records indicate that Susan remarried.
     
Children of W
ILLIAM REDDITT and SUSANNA COBB are: 
3.i.JOHN3 REDDITT, b. Abt. 1719, East Anglia, Norfolk, England; d. Abt. 1772, Bertie County, North Carolina.
4.ii.ANN REDDITT, b. Abt. 1721, England.
iii.MARTHA REDDITT, b. Abt. 1723, England; d. 1812; m. HERBERT PRITCHARD; d. Abt. 1797.
Notes for MARTHA REDDITT:
Sharon J. Sherry has date of birth as about 1723
iv.MARGARET REDDITT, b. Abt. 1725, England.
Notes for MARGARET REDDITT:
Sharon J. Sherry has date of birth as about 1725
v.WILLIAM REDDITT, b. Abt. 1727; d. Abt. 1765, Duplin County, NC.
Notes for WILLIAM REDDITT:
Per R320/Redditt Family Index, this William may be a Reddoch/Reddick or some other variation of R320. This William was said to have had a child, William *R320*, 1740-1798. William *R320* 1740-1798, is said to have had the following children: William Rose *R320*, b. 1769--1840; Alexander *R320*, 1773-1850; David *R320*, 1776-1856; Nancy *R320*, 1779-1852; John *R320*, 1780-1850; James A. *R320*, 1782-1860; Peggy *R320*, 1783-; Mary *R320*, 1783-1860; This William *R320* is also said to have had a child James *R320*, b. 1745; and Abraham *R320*, b. 1759-1853; As of 9-97, these have not been verified. James Allen Reddoch, 358 Kings Crown, Canyon Lake, TX claims that these individuals are Reddock's and not Redditt's as per Dr. Joseph William Reddoch, "Reddoch Relatives" . This, too, has yet to be verified as of 6-2004.


In the book NICHOLAS COBB DESCENDANTS, Neighbors and Relatives, 1613-1983 the following was noted:
Wiliam Redditt was located in Duplin County, North Carolina in 1752.
vi.JOSEPH REDDITT, b. Abt. 1729; d. Duplin County, North Carolina; m. SARAH PENDLETON.
Notes for JOSEPH REDDITT:
Sharon J. Sherry has date of birth as about 1729


In the book NICHOLAS COBB DESCENDANTS, Neighbors and Relatives 1613-1983, the following was noted: Joseph was located in Duplin County, North Carolina in 1754.
5.vii.MARY REDDITT, b. Abt. 1731.
viii.JOEL REDDITT, b. Abt. 1733.
ix.ISAAC REDDITT, b. Abt. 1737, Bertie County, North Carolina; m. HANNAH PERRY.
Notes for ISAAC REDDITT:
committed to tuition of John Crickett at age 10, due to being orphaned.

W. M. Redditt believed Isaac Redditt possibly married Hannah Perry.
6.x.RACHEL REDDITT, b. Abt. 1739; d. Abt. 1807.
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JOHN3 REDDITT (WILLIAM2WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1719 in East Anglia, Norfolk, England, and died Abt. 1772 in Bertie County, North Carolina. He married MARGARET (ANN) LILLY Abt. 1738 in Bertie County, North Carolina, daughter of THOMAS LILLY. She was born Abt. 1710, and died in North Carolina.

Notes for J
OHN REDDITT:
Sharon J. Sherry has date of birth as about 1709.

John Redditt was locatable in the early 1730's in Berkeley County with one son and three daughters.

R320/Redditt Family Index shows John Redditt as having other children as follows: John Redditt, b. 1736; Charity Redditt, b. 1738; and Mary Redditt, b. 1740. As of 9-97, have not been able to verify this information.


In the book NICHOLAS COBB DESCENDANTS, Neighbors and Relatives 1613-1983, the following was found:

page 177: John was born approximately in 1719. He made two inventories of his fathers estate and presented them to the court in February and in November of 1740. A court was held on Wednesday, the 11May 1743 at the home of John Collins. The court appointed several constables to their districts on that date for the purpose of obtaining an exact list of taxables. John Redditt was one of the constables that were appointed. His district was described as being located "from the mouth of Cashy to Bear Swamp and down Troublesome Branch to the head of the Middle Branch of Salmon Creek and down the creek to the mouth thereof." John appeared in the records of Bertie County from time to time throughout the 1740's and 1750's. At the April 1759 court he made an appeal to be recommended to the General Assembly of the Province as an object of charity in order that he might be exempted from paying taxes and doing public duties. The court considered the request, granted it, and ordered the certification of it. Apparently John had been the victim of an accident or some debilitating malady had taken its toll of him. He was listed on the tax lists as a cripple. He did not leave a will. There was no record of a division of his estate. It is assumed that his wife was named Ann

Notes for M
ARGARET (ANN) LILLY:
Margaret Lilly was said to have been a Scotch nobleman's daughter.
     
Children of J
OHN REDDITT and MARGARET LILLY are: 
i.ELIZABETH4 REDDITT, b. 14 Apr 1729, Berkeley County.
ii.RACHEL REDDITT, b. 28 Feb 1729/30.
iii.THOMAS REDDITT, b. 15 Dec 1732, Berkley County, North Carolina.
iv.SARAH REDDITT, b. 12 Nov 1734, Berkley County, North Carolina.
7.v.PETER REDDITT, b. Abt. 1740, Bertie County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1810, Beaufort County, North Carolina.
8.vi.JOSIAH REDDITT, SR., b. Abt. 1742, Bertie County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1811, Bertie County, North Carolina.
vii.CONSTANTINE REDDITT, b. Abt. 1743; d. Bertie County, North Carolina.
Notes for CONSTANTINE REDDITT:
Constantine Reddett is locatable in Bertie County, North Carolina in the 1769 NC Census Index. Also noted in this index are Josiah Redditt and Peter Redditt.

1790 BERTIE COUNTY NC - CENSUS - Ridditt, Constant....................1(16+)-0(-16)-1(f&hds)-0(other)-7(slaves)
viii.JOB REDDITT, b. Abt. 1750.
Notes for JOB REDDITT:
1790 BERTIE COUNTY NC - CENSUS - Ridditt, Job.........................1(16+)-2(-16)-0(f&hds)-0(other)-2(slaves)
9.ix.ALEXANDER TERRENCE REDDITT, SR., b. Abt. 1758, Bertie County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1815.
x.LODOWICK REDDITT, b. Abt. 1760; d. 1798, Bertie County, North Carolina; m. SARAH (SALLEY) OXLEY, 14 May 1795, Bertie County, North Carolina; b. Abt. 1779, Bertie County, North Carolina.
Notes for LODOWICK REDDITT:
He died in 1798 as an inventory of his personal effects was taken on 4 Oct 1798.
These were sold at a public sale on 27 Nov 1798. Among those present at the sale were John Oxley (father of Sarah), Josiah and Sarah Redditt.


In the book NICHOLAS COBB DESCENDANTS, Neighbors and Relatives 1613-1983 the following was noted:
page 178: At the February court of 1777 Lodowick Redditt who was about sixteen years of age and an orphan of John Redditt was apprenticed to Thomas Booth to learn the trade of a cabinet maker. One Lokowick Redditt was deceased in October of 1790. One Lodowick Redditt married Sally Oxley in 1795.

1790 BERTIE COUNTY NC - CENSUS - Ridditt, Lodwick.....................1(16+)-0(-16)-0(f&hds)-0(other)-0(slaves)


Marriage Notes for LODOWICK REDDITT and SARAH OXLEY:
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868

Bride: Salley Oxley
Groom: Lodowick Redditt
Bond Date: 14 May 1795
County: Bertie
Record #: 01 056
Bondsman: Hardy Fleetwood
Witness: Stevens Gray
Bond #: 000003485
xi.LEWIS REDDITT, b. Abt. 1761; m. PEGGY MEREDITH, 1790.


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PETER4 REDDITT (JOHN3WILLIAM2WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1740 in Bertie County, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1810 in Beaufort County, North Carolina. He married ELIZABETH CARADINE Abt. 1768 in Bertie County, North Carolina.

Notes for P
ETER REDDITT:
Sharon J. Sherry has date of birth as about 1740.


According to old Bible records and family letters that were owned by Virginia Redditt Price (Mrs. William Hardison Price), Carrollton, Mississippi:
Peter Redditt, pure Scotch-Celtic, his mother was Scotch nobleman's daughter. He married Elizabeth Caradine, pure English blood in Bertie County, North Carolina. To the above couple four children were born in Washington and Bertie County, North Carolina. The oldest Prudence, Elizabeth, Rhody and son William Caradine Redditt. The two oldest girls married two brothers. Prudence married Thomas Respess and Elizabeth married Langley Respess. Thody, the third daughter married Hosea Gaylord and William Caradine married Fannie Edenfield Warburton. Fannie Warburton was a daughter of Thomas Hardison and Hannah Deyley (might be Dayley), and was of French noblemen stock. The Warburtons had one son named Joseph Hardison Warburton, who died at 10 years.


Peter Redditt was locatable Bertie County, North Carolina in the 1769 NC Census Index. He is noted in this index along with Constantine Reddett (spelling) and Josiah Redditt.

Peter Redditt purchased land in Bertie County in 1767 from John Redditt. He and others sold land in Bertie County in 1790 to Josiah Redditt, Sr. and in 1793, he received a land grant for land in Tennessee, which he sold to James Saunders.

He is also listed on the 1790 Federal Census for Beaufort County with himself, his wife, one daughter and one son. In the 1800 Census, we find them still in Beaufort County with his son still at home and the three daughters married. The last record we find is on the 1810 Beaufort County Census listing him and his wife, both over age 45.

There is also records where Peter Redditt received Army Pay for Revolutionary Service, and it is very likely that this was why he received a land grant in 1793.

     
Children of P
ETER REDDITT and ELIZABETH CARADINE are: 
10.i.PRUDENCE5 REDDITT, b. Abt. 1770, Beaufort County, North Carolina.
11.ii.ELIZABETH REDDITT, b. Abt. 1773, Beaufort County, North Carolina; d. 22 Jul 1849.
12.iii.RHODY/RHODA REDDITT, b. Abt. 1775, Beaufort County, North Carolina; d. 1858, Washington County, North Carolina.
13.iv.WILLIAM CARADINE REDDITT, SR., b. 24 Jul 1777, Bertie County, North Carolina; d. 23 Jun 1846, Carroll County, Mississippi.
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WILLIAM CARADINE5 REDDITT, SR. (PETER4JOHN3WILLIAM2WILLIAM1) was born 24 Jul 1777 in Bertie County, North Carolina, and died 23 Jun 1846 in Carroll County, Mississippi. He married FRANCES EDENFIELD (FANNIE) WARBURTON Abt. 1800 in Beaufort County, North Carolina, daughter of THOMAS WARBURTON and HANNAH DEYLEY/DAYLEY. She was born 10 Dec 1785 in North Carolina, and died 13 Sep 1869 in Carroll County, Mississippi.

Notes for W
ILLIAM CARADINE REDDITT, SR.:
"Redditt Family as copied from old Bible records and family letters owned by Virginia Redditt Price (Mrs. William Hardison Price) Carrollton,Miss.

Peter Redditt, pure Scotch-Celtic, his mother was Scotch nobleman's daughter, he married Elizabeth Caradine, pure English blood in Bertee (sp) Co., N.C. (this name is almost indelible (sp), may be Benton County)

To the above couple four children were born in Washington and Bertee Co., N.C> The oldest Prudence and Elizabeth Rhody and son William Caradine Redditt. The two oldest girls married two brothers, Prudence married Thomas Respess (Resper?) Elizabeth Rhody married Langley Respess. Rhody the third daughter married Hosea Gaylord and William Caradine married Fannie Edenfield Warburton.

Fannie Warburton was a daughter of Thomas Hardison and Hannah Deyley (might be Dayley) his wife and was of French noblemen stock. The Warburtons had one son named Joseph Hardison Warburton, died at 10 years.

The children of William Caradine Redditt and his wife Fannie Hardison were Alfred Joseph and William Caradine, Harriet Adeline and Fannie Warburton, David Lorenza (Debbie that's the way it's spelled) and Peter Edwin, Mary Eliza and Sarah Ann, Robert Warburton, and Thomas Henry, Augustus Lemuel (named for a friend and cousin who was a Missionary Baptist) and Richard Rush- 12 lived to be grown and 2, twins, died in infancy.

The children of William Caradine Redditt and Fannie Edenfield Warburton, his wife, were Alfred Joseph, Harriet Adeline, Fannie Warburton, David Lorenze, Peter Edwin, Mary Eliza.

William Caradine Redditt, son of Peter and Elizabeth Caradine Reddit was born July 24, 1778, died June 23, 1840.

Francis Edenfield Warburton, wife of the above William Caradine Redditt was born Dec 10 1785, died Sept 13, 1869 and the above named sons and daughters of these two, all born in N.C. with dates as follows,
Alfred Joseph Nov 5, 1806
William Caradine Feb 2, 1808
Harriet Adeline Feb 21, 1810
Francis Warburton Nov 3 1811
David Lorenza Sept 4 1813
Peter Edwin June 16, 1815
Mary Eliza Sept 30, 1817
Sarah Ann Oct 12, 1819
Robert Warburton Oct 24, 1822
Thomas Henry Sept 24, 1824
Augustus Lemuel April 24, 1827
Richard Rush May 28, 1829

David Lorenze Redditt married Amanda Malvina Irby Dec 5, 1839 and these are their children (these are the grandparents of Virginia Redditt Price)

Mary Francis Nov 30, 1840
Ann Eliza June 13, 1843
David Hardison July 20, 1845
William Joseph March 17, 1848 (father of Virginia Redditt Price)
Charles Atkinson March 18, 1850
Amanda Octavia Oct 15, 1854
John Edmond June 23, 1857

The above David Lorenza Redditt married his second wife Mary E. Sledge Oct 15, 1862, their children born as follows,

George Irby Sept 1863
Florence Peebles Dec 18, 1864
Thomas Henry Dec 6, 1866
Albert Rush June 1870
Emma Rebecca Jan 6, 1880
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William Caradine Redditt was elected to justice of the peace on 7/31/1834 in Carrollton, Carroll County, Mississippi

Notes for F
RANCES EDENFIELD (FANNIE) WARBURTON:
Frances Redditt is shown in the 1850 Carroll County, Mississippi Census (page 285), living with son, Augustus. Frances is listed as 66 years of age, and being born in North Carolina. She is shown with $400 worth of Real Estate. Augustus is shown to be 28 years of age, and being born in North Carolina. He is shown to have $100 worth or Real Estate.
     
Children of W
ILLIAM REDDITT and FRANCES WARBURTON are: 
26.i.ALFRED JOSEPH6 REDDITT, b. 05 Nov 1806, North Carolina; d. Dec 1885, Columbia, Caldwell Parish, Louisiana.
27.ii.WILLIAM CARADINE REDDITT, JR., b. 02 Feb 1808, Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1880, Caldwell Parish, Louisiana.
28.iii.HARRIET ADELINE REDDITT, b. 21 Feb 1810, North Carolina.
iv.FRANCES WARBURTON REDDITT, b. 03 Nov 1811, North Carolina.
29.v.DR. DAVID LORENZO/LORENZA REDDITT, b. 24 Sep 1813, Beaufort, New Hanover County, North Carolina; d. 23 Sep 1894, Carroll County, Mississippi.
30.vi.PETER EDWIN REDDITT, b. 16 Jun 1815, North Carolina; d. 03 Aug 1853, Carroll County, Mississippi.
31.vii.MARY ELIZABETH REDDITT, b. 30 Sep 1817, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1850.
viii.SARAH ANN REDDITT, b. 12 Oct 1819, North Carolina; m. MR. ?? ESTIS.
32.ix.ROBERT WARBURTON REDDITT, SR., b. 24 Oct 1822, North Carolina; d. 03 Oct 1876, Carroll County, Mississippi.
33.x.DR. THOMAS HENRY REDDITT, b. 24 Sep 1824, North Carolina; d. 21 Mar 1866, Yazoo County, Mississippi.
xi.AUGUSTUS LEMUEL REDDITT, b. 24 Apr 1827, North Carolina; d. Aft. 1862; m. (1) CYNTHIA MITCHELL REDDITT, 25 Oct 1854, Columbia, Louisiana; b. 23 Nov 1831, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. 25 Aug 1856, Carroll County, Mississippi; m. (2) ELIZA R.CHANDLER, 09 Apr 1862, Lowndes County, Mississippi.
xii.RICHARD RUSH REDDITT, b. 28 May 1829, North Carolina; m. MARY A. MURRILL, 23 Nov 1854, Carroll County, Mississippi.
Notes for MARY A. MURRILL:
Family Record of The Redditt Families, No. 332 of 500, W. M. Redditt, Jr., page 149, shows Mary's name as being spelled Mussill. This has not been verified as correct spelling. The Mississippi Marriages 1826-1900 shows Mary's last name being spelled as Murrill.
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ROBERT WARBURTON6 REDDITT, SR. (WILLIAM CARADINE5PETER4JOHN3WILLIAM2WILLIAM1) was born 24 Oct 1822 in North Carolina, and died 03 Oct 1876 in Carroll County, Mississippi. He married SARAH FRANCES (MARY) REYNOLDS 19 Apr 1852. She was born 27 Oct 1828 in Tennessee, and died 07 Jul 1876 in Carroll County, Mississippi.

Notes for R
OBERT WARBURTON REDDITT, SR.:
Robert W. is shown to be listed in the 1870 Mississippi Federal Census, as living in Carroll County, Mississippi. (page 660).
     
Children of R
OBERT REDDITT and SARAH REYNOLDS are: 
78.i.JOHN BUHLER7 REDDITT, SR., b. 03 Feb 1853, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. 1921.
79.ii.HORACE MEUX REDDITT, b. 31 Dec 1854, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. 1926.
80.iii.NINA (NANNIE) REDDITT, b. 11 Mar 1857, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. 20 Jul 1885, Carroll County, Mississippi.
iv.ROBERT WARBURTON REDDITT, JR., b. 20 Apr 1859, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. 1923.
81.v.JAMES REYNOLDS REDDITT, b. 05 Jan 1861, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. 15 Nov 1893, Carroll County, Mississippi.
82.vi.FLORENCE ALICE (ALICE) REDDITT, b. 15 Dec 1864, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. 26 May 1906, Carroll County, Mississippi.
83.vii.JOSEPH EDWIN REDDITT, SR., b. 15 Jan 1867, Teoc, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. 14 Feb 1948, Jackson, Louisiana.
viii.WILLIAM L. REDDITT, b. 05 Jul 1870, Carroll County, Mississippi; d. 25 Nov 1908.
ix.SARAH FRANCES (MISS DINKSIE) REDDITT, b. 12 Feb 1874, Carroll County, Mississippi.
Notes for SARAH FRANCES (MISS DINKSIE) REDDITT:
known to everyone as Miss Dinksie
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OSEPH EDWIN7 REDDITT, SR. (ROBERT WARBURTON6WILLIAM CARADINE5PETER4JOHN3WILLIAM2WILLIAM1) was born 15 Jan 1867 in Teoc, Carroll County, Mississippi, and died 14 Feb 1948 in Jackson, Louisiana. He married JULIA VIVIAN BLANKS 28 Feb 1899 in Opelousas, Louisiana, daughter of ALONZO BLANKS and ELIZA REDDITT. She was born Abt. 1880 in Columbia, Caldwell Parish, Louisiana, and died in Norwood, Louisiana.
     
Child of J
OSEPH REDDITT and JULIA BLANKS is: 
156.i.JOSEPH EDWIN8 REDDITT, JR., b. 24 Jan 1900, Greenwood, Leflore County, Mississippi; d. Nov 1976, Norwood, E. Feliciana, Louisiana.
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JOSEPH EDWIN8 REDDITT, JR. (JOSEPH EDWIN7ROBERT WARBURTON6WILLIAM CARADINE5PETER4JOHN3WILLIAM2WILLIAM1) was born 24 Jan 1900 in Greenwood, Leflore County, Mississippi, and died Nov 1976 in Norwood, E. Feliciana, Louisiana. He marriedHELEN ESTHER NETTERVILLE 18 May 1922 in Jackson, Louisiana. She died 19 Jun 1988.

Notes for J
OSEPH EDWIN REDDITT, JR.:
Military Registration Records show Joseph's name as: Joseph Cothern (Cotheen) Redditt.
     
Children of J
OSEPH REDDITT and HELEN NETTERVILLE are: 
297.i.JULIA ESTHER9 REDDITT, b. 23 Mar 1923, Jackson, Louisiana.
ii.DOYLE TALMADE REDDITT, b. 30 May 1927, Centerville, Mississippi.
298.iii.BRONSON MORGAN REDDITT, SR., b. 24 Aug 1939, Norwood, Louisiana.
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 BRONSON MORGAN9 REDDITT, SR. (JOSEPH EDWIN8JOSEPH EDWIN7ROBERT WARBURTON6WILLIAM CARADINE5PETER4JOHN3WILLIAM2WILLIAM1) was born 24 Aug 1939 in Norwood, Louisiana. He married DOROTHY MAE DELATTE 27 Nov 1957 in Clinton, Louisiana.
     
Child of B
RONSON REDDITT and DOROTHY DELATTE is: 
i.BRONSON MORGAN10 REDDITT, JR, b. 14 Mar 1960, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.





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