Eason Family Crest EASON FAMILY GROUP SHEET
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Husband's Name:___________________Captain Abner Eason I_________________________________________
       When Born: _______________1757_________________Where: ____Pitt County, North Carolina____________
       When Died: _________1818_______________________Where: _________ ___________________________
       When Buried: ____________ ______________________Where: _____ _______________________________
       When Married: _______ __________________________Where: ___ _________________________________
    Other Wives: ________ ________________________________________________________________________
       His Father: _________Isaac Eason___________________His Mother's Maiden Name: _____Mary___________

Wife's Name:_________Martha Tart_______________________________________________________________
       When Born: _________ __________________________Where: ___________ _________________________
       When Died: _______ ____________________________Where: __________ __________________________
       When Buried: ____________ ______________________Where: __________________ __________________
    Other Husbands: __________(2) Major James Scarborough    m. 18 November 1823_________________________
       Her Father: _______Elnathan Tart (Tartt)______________Her Mother's Maiden Name: _____Obedience_______
 Children
In order of birth
When Born
Day/Month/Year
Where Born                   State or
Town or Twp    County     Country
Spouse
1 Abner Jr. c. 1801  NC 
2 Elnathan T. 1790"""Penelope Haddock
3 Sally T.  "" _____ Peelle
4 Catherine T.  "" Arthur Speight
5 Jonathan T.  " "  
6    ""  
7    ""  
8    ""  
Martha Eason adm. est. Abner Eason. Inventory turned in November Ct. 1819. Abner bought land in Bertie County, NC. in February 1775. He was appointed "Keeper of the Peace" by the County Court in February 1777. On 23 August 1775, he signed a petition to the King opposing a tax by the Crown.
On 4 February 1790 he was appointed Administrator to settle the estate of Jonathan Tart. In the 1800 census he had 2 male and 1 female under 10 years of age; 1 female between 10 and 16 years of age and he and his wife are listed as being between 26 and 45 years of age. They owned nine slaves also.
When his brother, Obed Eason, died Major James Scarborough married his widow, Penelopy, on 29 November 1793. After Abner Eason died, Major Scarborough was a widower and on 18 November 1823, he married the widow of Abner.

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