Abraham Galloway1

#1912, b. circa 1791, d. 28 December 1871
Last Edited18 Nov 2018
(Witness) NoteAbraham Galloway; Probable children of Abraham Galloway #1821 are Abraham Galloway #1912 on this site, Eleazer Galloway #1312, and William Galloway #1442. I have not found the paper records to confirm this family and have not found confirmation by other researchers. However, dna tests match my family (descendants of Eleazer Galloway) with a descendant of Abraham Galloway #1912, called Abraham Galloway Jr. in most public trees. If this Abraham is the son of Abraham #1821 then the strong implication is that Eleazer and Abraham Jr. are brothers and that Abraham #1821 is their father, mother unknown. 
Birth*circa 1791age 30-39 in 1830 census, age 60 in 1850 census.1 
Marriage*17 November 1812Kitsy Snipes; Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; "'Maiden name of Widow - Kitsy Snipes"2 
Military*from 13 October 1814 to 8 March 1815South Carolina, USA; Abraham Galloway was drafted into service in the War of 1812.
In her application for Widow's Pension, Kitsy Galloway, wife of the late "Abraham Galloway", stated that Abraham was drafted into service in the South Carolina Militia in the War of 1812 for a six month period.
She stated that Abraham Galloway was a Private in Capt William H. Caper's Company, South Carolina Militia.3,4 
Cen-Head*7 August 1820Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; Abram Galloway, male age 26-44;
female (assumed Kitsey Snipes) 26-44;
1 m u10, 2 f u10.
Neighbors Jos Snipes 16-25, Wm Galloway 45+, Levi Galloway 26-44.5 
Neighbor: Levy Galloway
Cen-Head*1830SC Sumter Co Census 1830; Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; male age 30-39, female 30-39, with males: 2 u5, 1 5-9, 1 15-19; females 1 u5, 1 5-9, 1 10-14, 1 15-19.6 
(Head of Household) Census*23 September 1850(Enumerator) SC Sumter Co Census 1850; hh 972, Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; "Abraham Galloway" male age 60, farmer born South Carolina. Adjacent households were Absalom Galloway (son), Joel D. Stokes, Mary Dunagin, and Anna Stokes.
Household:
"Kitsy Galloway", female age 56;
"Richard P" male age 21;
"John D" male age 18. All born South Carolina.1 
Resident: Kitsy Snipes
Resident: Richard P. Galloway
Resident: John Drayton Galloway
Resident: Martha A. Galloway
Neighbor: Absalom Galloway
(Neighbor) Census23 September 1850(Head of Household) Absalom Galloway, (Enumerator) SC Sumter Co Census 1850; Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; "Absalom Galloway" age 35, planter, living adjacent to his father Abraham Galloway age 60;
"Susan Galloway" age 22; "Wm Z" age 5; "Margaret" age 6 months. All born in South Carolina.7 
Residence*1851Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; Bishopville Post Office8 
Land*22 March 1855In papers filed with a War of 1812 Widow's Pension Application, Abraham Galloway is recorded as having drawn 80 acres of land in Jacksonville Florida, and 40 acres that he returned.4 
(Head of Household) Census*1860(Enumerator) SC Sumter Co Census 1860; Household 46, Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; "Abram Galloway" male age 70, farmer, born South Carolina.
Household:
"Kitsey Galloway" female age 67, born NC;
Richard age 31, farm laborer, born South Carolina;
Martha age 22, born South Carolina.
Sons Absalom Galloway and John Drayton Galloway and families lived in adjacent houses.9 
Resident: Kitsy Snipes
Resident: Martha A. Galloway
Resident: Richard P. Galloway
Neighbor: Absalom Galloway
Neighbor: John Drayton Galloway
(Neighbor) Census13 June 1860(Head of Household) Absalom Galloway; Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; "Absolom Galloway" age 45, farmer born South Carolina;
"Susan Galloway" age 30;
"William J" age 15, farm laborer;
"Margarette' age 12;
"Kitsey Jane" age 4. All born South Carolina. Absolom's parents Abraham and Kitsey Galloway lived next door.10 
(Head of Household) Census*1870SC Sumter Co Census 1870; Household 148, Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; "Abraham Galloway" age 80, farmer.
Household:
Abraham and "Katey" (wife Kitsy), female age 77, born in NC;
"Martha R" age 32.
Son John D. and family were neighbors on one side, and nearby was Absalom Galloway (son) age 55 and family.11 
Resident: Kitsy Snipes
Resident: Martha A. Galloway
Neighbor: John Drayton Galloway
Neighbor: Absalom Galloway
(Neighbor) Census1870(Head of Household) John Drayton Galloway, (Enumerator) SC Sumter Co Census 1870; hh148, Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; "John D Galloway" age 39, farmer. Household:
Amarintha (female age 32), M. A. E. (female age 12, M. J. (female), J Sr (male age 8), Malicy (female age 5), L. J. (female age 2).11 
Death*28 December 1871Sumter County, South Carolina, USA8 
Witness: Kitsy Snipes

Citations

  1. [S14] Census, U.S. of 1850, Sumter County SC, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  2. [S427] War of 1812 Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives and Records Administration, application for pension by soldier's widow Kitsy (Snipes) Galloway, www.fold3.com.
  3. [S397] War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815, Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010, Pension Application by widow Kitsey Snipes Galloway on record of soldier Abraham Galloway, application # WC 10074 and WC 5670, www.ancestry.com, National Archives and Records Administration.
  4. [S427] War of 1812 Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files, Pension Application by widow Kitsey Snipes Galloway on record of soldier Abraham Galloway, application # WC 10074 and WC 5670, www.fold3.com.
  5. [S144] Census, U.S. of 1820, Sumter County, South Carolina, Ancestry image 10/34, Maryland Historical Society.
  6. [S241] Census, U.S. of 1830, Sumter Co, SC pg 74, image pg 33, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  7. [S14] Census, U.S. of 1850, Sumter County, SC, Ancestry.com.
  8. [S397] War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815, 2010, Pension Application by widow Kitsey Snipes Galloway on record of soldier Abraham Galloway, www.ancestry.com, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC, USA.
  9. [S13] Census, U.S. of 1860, Sumter County, SC, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  10. [S13] Census, U.S. of 1860, Bishopville Post Office, Sumter County, South Carolina, image page 7/178, Ancestry.com.
  11. [S11] Census, U.S. of 1870, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.

Absalom Galloway1

#1697, b. before 1759, d. before 1800
Last Edited22 Nov 2018
(Witness) NoteJames Galloway; Probable children of James Galloway #1707 are Abraham Galloway #1821 on this site, James Galloway #1700, Absalom Galloway #1697. Listed as so on this site, not confirmed. 
Birth*before 1759Darlington County Region, South Carolina, USA; Birth was before 1774 per 1790 federal census. Date before 1762 seems likely since he was a buyer at an estate sale in 1782. Date before 1759 assumed because of appearance in 1780 on a jury list.2,1,3,4 
My ResearchNote*Eleazer Galloway; South Carolina, USA; Absalom Galloway is unlikely as a candidate for Eleazer Galloway's father. Absalom's will names his current wife, refers to earlier marriage and children of the marriage, names children, but does not name Eleazer. Absalom died between 1793 (date of his will) and probably 1800. Eleazer was born c1787 so as a minor in 1793 should have been named in the will. 
Misc1780Cheraws District, South Carolina, USA; Absolam Galloway appeared on the Petit Jury List for the "District of Cheraw"5 
Misc*1782Camden District, South Carolina, USA; a buyer at the estate sale of Samuel Ratcliff6 
Military*1782South Carolina, USA; Absalom Galloway served for seventy days in the militia during 17827 
Land Grant*3 April 1786Darlington County, South Carolina, USA; an Absalom land grant was referred to in a sale of land by Richard Ingram to Bolton Harris on Sept 15, 18278 
Marriage*before 1789Spouse unknown, but referred to in Absalom's will9 
Land*31 October 1789James Galloway; 196 acres, north side of Lynches Creek, Darlington County, South Carolina, USA; It appears that father James Galloway provided for wife Rebecca by transferring land to son Absalom for her use, although I have no proof that the land transaction was from Absalom's father James.

Extract of Deed, James Galloway to Absalom Galloway: "...witnesseth that for and in consideration of twenty Pounds Sterling money of the said state to him in hand paid by the said Absalom Galloway at or before the signing sealing and delivering of these presents the receipt of which I the said James Galloway do acknowledge and have granted bargained sold and delivered and by these presents do bargain sell deliver and confirm unto the said Absolom Galloway in his actual possession now being by virtue of a bargain and sale to him for twenty pounds to him his heirs assigns forever a tract of land containing one hundred and ninety six acres part of two tracts and for the said Galloways [transcriber's note: there is no punctuation in Galloways] mother Rebecca Galloway is to have her life time in this said tract situate in Darlington County on the north side of Linches Creek granted to James Galloway bounded on William Barreks line together with all the houses, barnes, edifices, buildings, gardens, orchards, ferrys, waters, water courses, prophets, commodities, hereditament appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining to the said one hundred and ninety six acres of land herein mentioned the ditch to be the line between the two and all other lines agreeable to the three brothers with all the rights titles, true trust possession benefits property plains and demands whatsoever of him the said James Galloway to have and to hold the said one hundred and ninety six acres of land with all and singular the premises before mentioned unto the said Absalom Galloway his heirs and assigns forever ....

Signed: James (x, his sign) Galloway
Witnessed: Jehu Mixon, Jeremiah Belk
Proved by: Jeremiah Belk
Before: Absalom Saul, J.P.
1 Jan 1790"

"Recorded in Book AA Page 175 176 & 177 and examined this 25th day of January 1790 Test Evander McIver Clk Ct.
Recorded 2nd March 1815"10 
Marriage*before 1790Rachel Marshall; Absalom's second marriage, supported by reference in Absalom will to children of first wife, and to current wife Rachel. Rachel was later head of household in 1800 census, with some neighbors corresponding to 1790 Absalom. Date is a guess based on will of Absalom.1,11,9 
Cen-Head*1790SC Cheraws District Census 1790; Cheraws District, South Carolina, USA; male age 16 or over, with another male 16 or over, one male under 16, and several females (number illegible). Adjacent to (brother?) James Galloway.1 
Will*1 January 1793Darlington County, South Carolina, USA; The will of Absalom Galloway, witnessed by James Galloway (probably his brother), names wife Rachael, providing her "one third of the plantation whereon I now live as a dowry during her widowhood". It names her as outright recipient of many items, names her to receive "all the Hogs and Sheep in my mark for her Children begotten by me and my former Wife's Children till they become of Age." The will names his children (see attached will transcription).9
Heir: Absalom Galloway
Heir: Rachel Marshall
Testator: James Galloway
Heir: Anne Galloway
Heir: George Galloway
Heir: James Galloway
Heir: Penelope Galloway
Heir: Margaret Galloway
Heir: Zilpah Galloway
Heir: Elizabeth Galloway
Heir: Mary Galloway
Witness: Keith McCallum
Death*before 1800Cheraws District, South Carolina, USA; Absent in 1800 census, and in his will dated January 1793 was language referring to him as being very weak in body12,1,3 

Citations

  1. [S173] Census, U.S. of 1790, Cheraws District SC, pg 363 image pg 6, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  2. [S37] International Genealogical Index (R), File # 2078025, online http://www.familysearch.org, 1997, Copyright (c) 1980, 1997, data as of February 1997, Family History Library.
  3. [S179] Researcher T M Clayton, www.familysearch.org, Family History Library.
  4. [S193] Researcher K. L. Privette, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkprivette&id=I2086, reference date 2002.
  5. [S416] Ancestry Database, ancestry.com, citing Jury Lists, 1778, Acts #1078 [at SC Archives]; Page Number: 7; Family Number: 584. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry Database.
  6. [S289] Estate Records of South Carolina Counties, Camden District, South Carolina Wills and Administrations 1781-1787, Apt 58, Pack 2033, F277.C2H6, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, South Carolina, USA.
  7. [S416] Ancestry Database, ancestry.com, Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution.
  8. [S255] Researcher unknown compiler, Research notes at the Darlington County Historical Commission in Darlington, SC, Jerry Balkcom.
  9. [S245] Will Books, Darlington County South Carolina, Transcription of the Will of Absalom Galloway, dated 1 January, 1793; recorded 14 June, 1793. Will Book 1 (Vol 1 1785-1840), transcriber unknown. Transcription is held by the Darlington County SC Historical Commission., South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, South Carolina, USA.
  10. [S233] Recorded Deeds South Carolina , Darlington County Vol N, pg 381, South Carolina Department of Archives and History.
  11. [S227] John Carroll Skinner Genealogical Collection, Compiler John Carroll Skinner, Old Darlington District Chapter of The South Carolina Genealogical Society, Hartsville Genealogical Research Library, Hartsville, SC.
  12. [S118] Census, U.S. of 1800, Darlington Co SC, image pg 17, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.

Absalom Galloway1

#1829, b. say 1780
Last Edited10 Apr 2015
Birth*say 1780South Carolina, USA; Named in father's will, identified as under age 21 at time of will in 17932 
(Heir) Will1 January 1793Absalom Galloway; Darlington County, South Carolina, USA; The will of Absalom Galloway, witnessed by James Galloway (probably his brother), names wife Rachael, providing her "one third of the plantation whereon I now live as a dowry during her widowhood". It names her as outright recipient of many items, names her to receive "all the Hogs and Sheep in my mark for her Children begotten by me and my former Wife's Children till they become of Age." The will names his children (see attached will transcription).2
Land*19 December 1832Darlington County, South Carolina, USA; sold land to Sutton Skinner for $300, 275 acres on Pink Knot Branch between Boggy Gulley and Lake Savannah "that is to say beginning at a Pine on John Stokes sollid?? line SW to Red oak thence SW to a pine thence SE to a stake thence to Post Oak NE to the beginning line corner as will show by a plat annexed thereto the deed..."3 

Citations

  1. [S193] Researcher K. L. Privette, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rkprivette&id=I2086, reference date 2002.
  2. [S245] Will Books, Darlington County South Carolina, Transcription of the Will of Absalom Galloway, dated 1 January, 1793; recorded 14 June, 1793. Will Book 1 (Vol 1 1785-1840), transcriber unknown. Transcription is held by the Darlington County SC Historical Commission., South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, South Carolina, USA.
  3. [S233] Recorded Deeds South Carolina , Darlington County Deed Book L, p 353-4, South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

Absalom Galloway1

#1919, b. 30 March 1815
Last Edited12 Nov 2017
Birth*30 March 1815Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; "Absalom Galloway Son of Abraham Galloway and Kitsy his wife was born 30 March 1815"1,2 
Marriage*say 1840Susan (?); date a guess based on children birth dates.1 
(Neighbor) Census23 September 1850(Head of Household) Abraham Galloway, (Enumerator) SC Sumter Co Census 1850; hh 972, Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; "Abraham Galloway" male age 60, farmer born South Carolina. Adjacent households were Absalom Galloway (son), Joel D. Stokes, Mary Dunagin, and Anna Stokes.
Household:
"Kitsy Galloway", female age 56;
"Richard P" male age 21;
"John D" male age 18. All born South Carolina.3 
(Head of Household) Census*23 September 1850(Enumerator) SC Sumter Co Census 1850; Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; "Absalom Galloway" age 35, planter, living adjacent to his father Abraham Galloway age 60;
"Susan Galloway" age 22; "Wm Z" age 5; "Margaret" age 6 months. All born in South Carolina.1 
Resident: Susan (?)
Resident: William Z. Galloway
Resident: Margaret Galloway
Neighbor: Abraham Galloway
(Neighbor) Census1860(Head of Household) Abraham Galloway, (Enumerator) SC Sumter Co Census 1860; Household 46, Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; "Abram Galloway" male age 70, farmer, born South Carolina.
Household:
"Kitsey Galloway" female age 67, born NC;
Richard age 31, farm laborer, born South Carolina;
Martha age 22, born South Carolina.
Sons Absalom Galloway and John Drayton Galloway and families lived in adjacent houses.4 
(Head of Household) Census*13 June 1860Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; "Absolom Galloway" age 45, farmer born South Carolina;
"Susan Galloway" age 30;
"William J" age 15, farm laborer;
"Margarette' age 12;
"Kitsey Jane" age 4. All born South Carolina. Absolom's parents Abraham and Kitsey Galloway lived next door.5 
Resident: Susan (?)
Resident: William Z. Galloway
Resident: Margaret Galloway
Resident: Kitsey Jane Galloway
Neighbor: Abraham Galloway
(Neighbor) Census1870(Head of Household) Abraham Galloway, SC Sumter Co Census 1870; Household 148, Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; "Abraham Galloway" age 80, farmer.
Household:
Abraham and "Katey" (wife Kitsy), female age 77, born in NC;
"Martha R" age 32.
Son John D. and family were neighbors on one side, and nearby was Absalom Galloway (son) age 55 and family.6 
(Head of Household) Census*1870(Enumerator) SC Sumter Co Census 1870; Household 51151, Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; inamale age 55, living next to Abraham Galloway age 70. Also counted were Katey (female age 15), Salley (female age 11), Hartwell (male age 5), and Priscilla (female age 3). Living adjacent was William Galloway age 27, likely Absalom's son William Z.6 
(Witness) Cen-Enum1870Susan (?), SC Sumter Co Census 1870; hh151, Sumter County, South Carolina, USA; female age 427 

Citations

  1. [S14] Census, U.S. of 1850, Sumter County, SC, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  2. [S427] War of 1812 Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives and Records Administration, application for pension by Abraham Galloway's widow Kitsy (Snipes) Galloway, www.fold3.com.
  3. [S14] Census, U.S. of 1850, Sumter County SC, Ancestry.com.
  4. [S13] Census, U.S. of 1860, Sumter County, SC, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  5. [S13] Census, U.S. of 1860, Bishopville Post Office, Sumter County, South Carolina, image page 7/178, Ancestry.com.
  6. [S11] Census, U.S. of 1870, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  7. [S11] Census, U.S. of 1870, Sumter County SC, Ancestry.com.

Alexander Galloway1

#1934, b. before 1756
Last Edited30 Dec 2004
Comment*candidate for Eleazer father but he was in York County in 1790, making him far less likely; had 3 males under 16 in household in 1790 
Birth*before 17561,2 
Comment*Alexander Galloway; the Alexander who served in the South Carolina Militia during the American Revolution could have been either of these. Alexander #2138 of Fairfield County in 1800 seems a somewhat more likely choice given Fairfield County's closer location to the service locations listed. Alexander #1934 of York County also seemed to have a close link to Peter of York County, and I believe that the York Peter is not the one who served in the Revolution. 
Cen-Head*1790SC York Co Census 1790; York County, South Carolina, USA; "Alexander Galaway", male over 16, with 3 males under 16, 2 females. Adjacent was Peter Galloway household.1 

Citations

  1. [S173] Census, U.S. of 1790, York County, SC pg 198, image pg 6, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  2. [S118] Census, U.S. of 1800, Index to York District South Carolina; NARS #M32, pg 958, By: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/york/census/1800york.txt, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.

Alexander Galloway1

#2138, b. before 1756
Last Edited12 Jan 2005
Birth*before 17562 
Comment*say 1781Peter Galloway; Cheraws District, South Carolina, USA; Alexander and Peter Galloway both served with George Dunlap (Alexander - Col Dunlap; Peter - Capt Dunlap)3 
Comment*Alexander Galloway; the Alexander who served in the South Carolina Militia during the American Revolution could have been either of these. Alexander #2138 of Fairfield County in 1800 seems a somewhat more likely choice given Fairfield County's closer location to the service locations listed. Alexander #1934 of York County also seemed to have a close link to Peter of York County, and I believe that the York Peter is not the one who served in the Revolution. 
Military*26 April 1781American Revolution, South Carolina Militia Volunteers, Kershaw, Camden District, South Carolina, USA; "Alexander Galloway ... paid for 14 days horseman's duty under Lt. James (Frenney?) in Col. Marshall's Regiment near to Camden & in Capt Dunlap's Co"4 
Military4 July 1781American Revolution, South Carolina Militia Volunteers, Bigam Church, Cheraws District, South Carolina, USA; "paid for 28 days in horseman's duty done under Col Postell? (legibility, probably Col C. G. Powell who was in charge of the Cheraws Regiment in 1775 according to the Gregg reference) near Bigam (possibly Bingham?) Church in Col Dunlap's Co"4,5 
Event*28 October 1785Kershaw, Camden District, South Carolina, USA; appeared in person for payment for military services4 

Citations

  1. [S118] Census, U.S. of 1800, Fairfield County, South Carolina, from ancestry.com image pg 27, microfilm pg 252, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  2. [S286] Accounts Audited of Claims Growing Out of the American Revolution in South Carolina, Frrames 406-410, #2645; Microfilm #RW2734; Reel 50: 1775-1856, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, South Carolina, USA.
  3. [S286] Accounts Audited of Claims Growing Out of the American Revolution in South Carolina, Frames 390-394, #2642A; Microfilm #RW2734; Reel 50: 1775-1856, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, South Carolina, USA.
  4. [S286] Accounts Audited of Claims Growing Out of the American Revolution in South Carolina, Frame 395-399, #2643; Microfilm #RW2734; Reel 50: 1775-1856, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, South Carolina, USA.
  5. [S312] Alexander Gregg, History of the Old Cheraws (, page 291; 12303 Indian Mount, Austin, TX 78758: DMK Heritage, 2004), University of South Carolina Library.

Alice Galloway1

#2229, b. circa 1874
ChartsDescendants of Eleazer Galloway & Leaty Parrish
Last Edited31 Dec 2005
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Euel E. Balkcom
Birth*circa 1874Henry County, Alabama, USA1 
(Resident) Census16 June 1880James Wesley Galloway, AL Henry Co Census 1880; Curetons Township, ED#83, Roeville Beat 7, pg 20, hh#39, Henry County, Alabama, USA; "Wesly Galaway", age 42, farmer, born in Alabama, parents born in SC;
"Elizabeth Galaway", wife age 38, born in Alabama, parents born in SC;
"Wesly G. Galaway", son age 16, working on farm, born in AL, parents born in AL;
"Eller J. Galaway", daughter age 14, born in AL, parents born in AL (I call same as Ella in 1870 census but that Ella would be 11 now);
"Sally Galaway", daughter age 12, born in AL, parents born in AL (I call same as Sarah in 1870 census but that Sarah would be 14 now);
"Sally Galaway", daughter age 12, born in AL, parents born in AL;
"Harry Galaway", son age 10, born in AL, parents born in AL;
"Flecher Galaway", son age 8, born in AL, parents born in AL;
"Alice Galaway", daughter age 6, born in AL, parents born in AL.

Lived adjacent to parents James and Elizabeth Galaway.2 

Citations

  1. [S12] Census, U.S. of 1880, Henry County, AL, Roeville, ancestry.com image pg 5, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  2. [S12] Census, U.S. of 1880, Henry County, AL, Roeville, ancestry.com image pg 4, Ancestry.com.

Andrew G. Galloway1

#1448, b. 12 December 1833, d. 26 September 1919
Last Edited28 May 2001
Birth*12 December 18331 
Military*circa 18621 
Death*26 September 19191 
Burial*28 September 1919Claybank Cemetery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama, USA1 

Citations

  1. [S31] Confederate Veterans Buried in Dale County Alabama, http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Prairie/1767/Homer.txt. Hereinafter cited as Confederates Buried Dale County.

Andrew Jackson Galloway1,2

#2130, b. circa 1846
ChartsDescendants of Eleazer Galloway & Leaty Parrish
Last Edited14 Mar 2010
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Euel E. Balkcom
Birth*circa 1846Alabama, USA1 
Inherited1865Henry County, Alabama, USA; "Jackson Gallaway", named as an heir and grandchild of Eleazer Galloway2 
Residence*1866Mobile, Alabama, USA; identified as a minor3 

Citations

  1. [S14] Census, U.S. of 1850, Barbour County Alabama, ancestry.com image pg 174, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  2. [S304] Estate Case Files, Henry County Alabama, Estate papers of Eleazer Galloway name "children of Melvin Gallaway, deceased", Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama, USA.
  3. [S304] Estate Case Files, Henry County Alabama, Estate papers of Eleazer Galloway, Alabama Department of Archives and History.

Anne Galloway1,2

#1822, b. circa 1792
Last Edited2 May 2003
Birth*circa 1792South Carolina, USA1 
(Heir) Will1 January 1793Absalom Galloway; Darlington County, South Carolina, USA; The will of Absalom Galloway, witnessed by James Galloway (probably his brother), names wife Rachael, providing her "one third of the plantation whereon I now live as a dowry during her widowhood". It names her as outright recipient of many items, names her to receive "all the Hogs and Sheep in my mark for her Children begotten by me and my former Wife's Children till they become of Age." The will names his children (see attached will transcription).3

Citations

  1. [S179] Researcher T M Clayton, AFN:1T2R-KN6, www.familysearch.org, Family History Library.
  2. [S245] Will Books, Darlington County South Carolina, Will of Absalom Galloway, 1 January, 1793; Will Book 1 pg 6 (Vol 1 1785-1840), transcribed by Researcher Skinner, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, South Carolina, USA.
  3. [S245] Will Books, Darlington County South Carolina, Transcription of the Will of Absalom Galloway, dated 1 January, 1793; recorded 14 June, 1793. Will Book 1 (Vol 1 1785-1840), transcriber unknown. Transcription is held by the Darlington County SC Historical Commission., South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

Anzilla Galloway1,2,3

#1311, b. 15 June 1808, d. 15 April 1890
ChartsAncestors of Euel Balkcom
J Balkcom Tree (Paternal) - Ancestors of Euel Balkcom
Descendants of Eleazer Galloway & Leaty Parrish
Descendants of Rosanna Brannon
Last Edited16 Dec 2018
RelationshipGreat-grandmother of Euel E. Balkcom
Birth*15 June 1808Cheraws District, South Carolina, USA; twin to Jane Elizabeth. The 1900 census for daughter Roseann confirms South Carolina as birthplace.4,5 
Married Name9 February 1826Brannon1,6 
Marriage*9 February 1826Rosier Brannon; Henry County, Alabama, USA7,8,3 
(Resident) Census*1840(Head of Household) Rosier Brannon; Southern District, A. Matthews Division, Henry County, Alabama, USA; male age 30-39, female age 30-39 (Anzilla), males 1 0-5, 2 5-9, females 3 u5, 1 5-9. The household was adjacent to Melvin Galloway, brother of wife Anzilla. Nearby were households of Edward J. Galloway and James Galloway.9 
Death15 April 1850Henry County, Alabama, USA; this frequently reported death date is wrong, confirmed by later census information. It may have come from misreading her tombstone as 1850 instead of 1890.10 
Census18 October 1850Rosier Brannon; Southern District, Household #724, Henry County, Alabama, USA; Household is adjacent to J.W. Balkcom.

"Rosier Brannan", age 47, farmer, born in SC;
"Azilla Brannan", female age 42, born in SC;
"Curtis Brannan", male age 20, farmer, born in Alabama;
"Jas. Brannan", male age 17, farmer, born in Alabama;
"Nancy Brannan", age 15, born in Alabama;
"Mary Brannan", age 13, born in Alabama;
"Lydia Brannan", age 11, born in Alabama;
"John Brannan", age 9, born in Alabama;
"Jasper Brannan", age 7, born in Alabama, attended school part of year;
"Eliza. Brannan", female age 6, born in Alabama;
"Rosia A. Brannan", female age 5, born in Alabama.11 
Resident: Curtis Brannon
Resident: James Edward Brannon
Resident: Nancy Jane Brannon
Resident: Lydia Leaty Brannon
Resident: John W. Brannon
Resident: Jasper Brannon
Resident: Elizabeth Brannon
Resident: Roseann Brannon
Resident: Mary Permelia Brannon
Census11 September 1860Rosier Brannon; Freeman's Beat #9, HH 74, Henry County, Alabama, USA; Household was adjacent to Rosier/Anzilla sons James E. Brannon and Jehoiakim E. Brannon.

Complete household:
"Rosier Brannon", male age 56, farmer, $3000 real estate, other assets $1117, born in SC, not reading/writing;
"Anzilla Brannon", female age 51, born in SC, not reading/writing;
(The following children were listed by census taker as born in SC (using dup marks). This is no doubt an error and all should have been listed as born in Alabama since Rosier and Anzilla were in Alabama by 1837.)
"John Brannon", age 18, born in SC, attending school;
"Sarah Harrington", female age 16, born in SC, attending school;
"Rose Ann Brannon", age 11, born in SC, attending school;
"William Brannon", age 8, born in SC, attending school.12 
Resident: Sarah L. Harrington
Resident: John W. Brannon
Resident: Jasper Brannon
Resident: Roseann Brannon
Resident: William Riley Brannon
(Witness) Estate22 October 1864Eleazer Galloway; Probate Court, Abbeville, Henry County, Alabama, USA; List and appraisal of personal property and real estate of "Eleazer Gallaway", administered by son Edward J. Gallaway, total valued at $10,338.39, including negro man Butler appraised at $5000, and 280 acres land appraised at $3000 as the two single largest amounts. See attached exhibit for a transcription of the original records.13
(Witness) Estate10 November 1864Eleazer Galloway; Probate Court, Abbeville, Henry County, Alabama, USA; Land Sale: Rosier Brannon (son-in-law) bought 120 acres and Elizabeth Driggers (daughter) bought 160 acres of Eleazer's 280 acres. See attached exhibit for a complete transcription.14
(Witness) Estate6 March 1865Eleazer Galloway; Probate Court, Abbeville, Henry County, Alabama, USA; Eleazer Gallaway estate records show final disposition of the estate and name heirs. See attached exhibit for a full transcription.15
Land*1867Rosier Brannon; Henry County, Alabama, USA; at the time of his death, Rosier and Anzilla owned 500 acres in Henry County.

The land is identified in papers filed by the administrators of Rosier's estate with the Henry County court in 1890, on the death of Anzilla Galloway, with the intent of selling the land and distributing the estate.16 
Land1867Rosier Brannon; Dale County, Alabama, USA; at the time of his death, Rosier and Anzilla owned 226 acres in Dale County.

The land is identified in papers filed by the administrators of Rosier's estate with the Henry County court in 1890, on the death of Anzilla Galloway, with the intent of selling the land and distributing the estate. 
(Witness) Death9 February 1867Rosier Brannon; Henry County, Alabama, USA1,17 
(Witness) Estate20 March 1867Rosier Brannon; Abbeville, Henry County, Alabama, USA; papers submitted to the court by James E. Brannan and John W. Brannan, administrators of the estate of their father Rosier Brannan, name heirs:

- Widow, Anzilla Brannon; children: Mary Ann Riley, wife of Daniel Riley, Dale Co.; James E.; Nancy J., wife of Lewis Deal, Jr.; Luly Riley, wife of George W. Riley; John W.; Jasper; Rose Ann, wife of Brantley Balkcom, minor, res. of Dale Co.;, Sarah L.; wife of Arnold Balkcom, res. of Dale C.; William Brannon, minor, res. Henry Co;, Mary Ann, wife of Jackson Riley and heir of Curtis Brannon, deceased, res. of Henry Co.; and the minor heirs of Joel E. Brannon, deceased, as follows - Thomas, Permelia A., Robert E., Jasper J. Brannon, all minors, residents of Henry County, and they are heirs and only heirs of decedent. All live in County, extr.; Anzilla, wife, 9 January, 1867, 20 March 1867, OCR Book R. p 77318,8 
(Witness) Legal17 July 1867James Eleazor Galloway, James Daniel Murphy; Abbeville, Henry County, Alabama, USA; Supreme Court of Alabama and Probate Court of Henry County:
Eleazer Galloway's grandson James Eleazer Galloway, son of William E. Galloway, deceased, petitioned the Henry County Probate Court in January 1865 to set aside the November 1864 sale of Eleazer's land to Elizabeth Driggers and Rosier Brannon, citing several particulars having to do with insufficient notification to heirs of intended sale. James Eleazer was in the Army at the time of the sale, and several grandchildren lived out of state. Petitions alleged that none of the out of state heirs (all grandchildren) were notified of the sale, and that there was no official notification to Rosier Brannon yet he was a winning bidder. James Eleazer Galloway was a minor still, and enlisted his "next friend" James D. Murphy to represent him in the case. James D. Murphy, son of Daniel and Elizabeth Murphy, lived adjacent to Eleazer and Leaty Galloway in 1860. James Murphy submitted all the petitions to the court on behalf of James Eleazer Galloway. It's not clear whether James Murphy had legal training (he identified himself as a hatter in the 1860 census) or whether they hired an attorney, but their petitions were well written.

The Henry County Probate Court in a special term November 3, 1866, refused to set aside the original sale. James Eleazer appealed to the Alabama Supreme Court. On 17 July, 1867, the court affirmed the ruling of the Henry County Probate Court, and awarded fees of $200. to Edward J. Galloway, administrator of the estate, to be paid by James D. Murphy.

Rozier died February 9, 1867, before this case was concluded.19 
(Neighbor) Census11 June 1880John W. Brannon, AL Henry Co Census 1880; Curetons Township, ED#83, Roeville Beat 7, pg 26, hh#92, Henry County, Alabama, USA; household:
"John Brannon", age 38, worked on farm, born AL, parents born SC;
"Jane Brannon", wife age 30, born AL, parents born SC;
"Minney Brannon", daughter age 12, attending school, born AL;
"Dellar Brannon", daughter age 10, attending school, born AL;
"Webster Brannon", son age 6, born AL;
"Mosses (sic) Brannon", son age 4, born AL;
Twins "Robert Brannon" son and Mesoura Brannon" daughter, age 1 month, born AL.

Lived adjacent to others in family including mother Anzilla.20 
Census*11 June 1880AL Henry Co Census 1880; Curetons Township, ED#83, Roeville Beat 7, pg 26, hh#93, Henry County, Alabama, USA; household:
"Anzila Brannon", age 72, widowed, keeping house, born in SC, parents born SC;
"James Deal", age 22, nephew, works on farm, born AL, parents AL;
"Livey Deal", age 18, wife of James, born AL, parents AL;
"Carloss Deal", son age 7 months, born AL.

Household was adjacent to several of Anzilla's sons' families.20 
Resident: Uriah James Deal
Death*15 April 1890Echo, Dale County, Alabama, USA; from the Eufala (Alabama) Daily Times Friday April 25, 1890: "Mrs Azalla Brannon died at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. Daniel Riley, near Echo, Dale County, on the 15th".21,22 
Witness: Mary Permelia Brannon
Witness: Lydia Leaty Brannon
Witness: Jasper Brannon
Witness: Roseann Brannon
Witness: John W. Brannon
Witness: James Edward Brannon
Witness: William Riley Brannon
Witness: Mary Ann Brannon
Burial*Old Center Methodist Church Cemetery, Henry County, Alabama, USA
Land11 November 1890Rosier Brannon; Section 36, Township 6N Range 26E, Henry County, Alabama, USA; Administrators of the estate of Rosier Brannon reported to the Probate Court that the 500 acres of land in Henry County belong to the estate of Rosier Brannon was sold to G. W. Riley [son-in-law] for $1111. This is land that Anzilla inherited for her use during her lifetime on Rosier's death.16 
Witness: George Washington Riley
Witness: Lydia Leaty Brannon
Land11 November 1890Rosier Brannon; Section 27, Township 6N Range 26E, Dale County, Alabama, USA; Administrators of the estate of Rosier Brannon reported to the Probate Court that the 226 acres of land in Dale County belong to the estate of Rosier Brannon was sold to G. W. Riley [son-in-law] for $421. This is land that Anzilla inherited for her use during her lifetime on Rosier's death.16 
Witness: George Washington Riley
Witness: Lydia Leaty Brannon

Citations

  1. [S151] Researcher J. Riley, reference date 29 April 2001.
  2. [S283] Researcher Elnah S. Trawick, Family group sheet located in the Brannon family files, citing information as copied from a bible belonging to John W. and Jane Riley Brannon, Darlington County Historical Commission.
  3. [S304] Estate Case Files, Henry County Alabama, Estate papers of Eleazer Galloway name children including Anzilla Galloway Brannon, wife of Rosier Brannon, Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama, USA.
  4. [S77] Census, U.S. of 1900, Dale Co AL, Enum Dist 61, Precinct 4, image 4, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  5. [S168] Dr. Hoyt M. Warren, Henry's Heritage, A History of Henry County, Alabama (P.O. Box 222, Abbeville, AL 36830: Henry County Historical Society, 1978), Vol III, pg 243, Ancestor Chart attributed to J. B. Outlaw.
  6. [S168] Dr. Hoyt M. Warren, Henry's Heritage, 1978.
  7. [S153] Marriage Records of Henry County, Ala., 1822-1868, Courthouse Henry County Alabama, Henry County, Alabama, USA. Hereinafter cited as Marriage Records of Henry County, Ala., 1822-1868.
  8. [S226] Mrs. Marvin Scott, History of Henry County, Alabama (, Chapter XXIX, "Abstract of Henry County, Alabama Wills (1822-1870), Page 129; Pensacola, FL: Frank R. Parkhurst & Son Printing, 1961).
  9. [S15] Census, U.S. of 1840, Henry County, Al. pg 19, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  10. [S182] Mrs. Marvin Scott, compiler, Henry County Alabama Cemetery Records (n.p.: n.pub., 1993). Hereinafter cited as Henry County Alabama Cemetery Records.
  11. [S14] Census, U.S. of 1850, Henry County, Alabama, p. 428B, image 104 at ancestry.com, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  12. [S13] Census, U.S. of 1860, Henry County, Alabama, p. 228, image 10 at ancestry.com, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  13. [S304] Estate Case Files, Henry County Alabama, Probate court papers accounting for personal property, Estate of Eleazer Galloway, Alabama Department of Archives and History.
  14. [S304] Estate Case Files, Henry County Alabama, Probate Court records accounting for land holdings, Estate of Eleazer Galloway, Alabama Department of Archives and History.
  15. [S304] Estate Case Files, Henry County Alabama, Probate court papers for final disposition of the Estate of Eleazer Galloway, copy of originals, Alabama Department of Archives and History.
  16. [S304] Estate Case Files, Henry County Alabama, microfilm LGM 189 #8, Rosier Brannon estate papers in 1890, at the death of Anzilla Galloway Brannon, Alabama Department of Archives and History.
  17. [S283] Researcher Elnah S. Trawick, Family group sheet located in the Brannon family files, citing information as copied from a bible belonging to John W. and Jane Riley Brannon,.
  18. [S304] Estate Case Files, Henry County Alabama, microfilm LGM 189 #8, Alabama Department of Archives and History.
  19. [S304] Estate Case Files, Henry County Alabama, Estate papers of Eleazer Galloway, Alabama Department of Archives and History.
  20. [S12] Census, U.S. of 1880, Henry County, AL, Roeville, ancestry.com image pg 10, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  21. [S168] Dr. Hoyt M. Warren, Henry's Heritage, 1978, Researcher Lindy Alexander.
  22. [S189] Helen S. Foley, compiler, Marriage and Death Notices from Barbour and Henry County Alabama Newspapers, 1846-1890 (PO box 1267, 374 Wes Broad St, Greenville, SC 29602-1267: Southern Historical Press, 1999). Hereinafter cited as Marriage and Death Notices from Barbour and Henry County Alabama Newspapers.

Anzilla Galloway1

#1544, b. circa 1851
ChartsDescendants of Eleazer Galloway & Leaty Parrish
Last Edited16 Sep 2009
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Euel E. Balkcom
Birth*circa 1851Henry County, Alabama, USA1 
(Resident) Census10 September 1860Edward James Galloway, AL Henry Co Census 1860; Curetons Bridge, Freeman's Beat #9, HH 46, Henry County, Alabama, USA; "E. J. Gallaway", head, male age 50, farmer, real estate $2600, personal $1315, born in South Carolina. See household 57 (Murphy & Galloway), 73, 74, 75 (Branan).

Complete household:
"E. J. Gallaway", male age 50, farmer, real estate $2600, personal $1315, born in South Carolina;
"Elizabeth Gallaway", age 42, born in SC;
"Hilliary J. Galloway", male age 22, farmer, born in Alabama;
"J. W. Gallaway", male age 21, born in Alabama, attending school;
"William J. Gallaway", age 18, born in Ala, attending school;
"Hubert G. Gallaway", age 16, born in Alabama;
"Permelia M. Gallaway", female age 14, born in Alabama;
"Wilson C. Gallaway", age 11, born in Ala;
"Ansley Gallaway", female age 9, born in Ala;
"Dilly Ann S. Gallaway", female age 6, born in Ala;
"Arnold J. Gallaway", age 3, born in Ala;
"James Gallaway", age 1, born in Ala.2 
(Resident) Census23 June 1870Edward James Galloway, AL Henry Co Census 1870; Abbeville, 9th Precinct hh 108, Henry County, Alabama, USA; "Edward Galloway", head. Adjacent to household of son James Galloway (30 AL).

Complete household:
"Edward Galloway", male age 59, born in SC, farmer, $1500 real estate, $100 personal;
"Elizabeth Galloway", female age 52, keeping house, born South Carolina;
"Anzilla Galloway", female age 19, born Alabama, read/yes, write/no;
"Dilly Galloway", female age 17, born Alabama, read/yes, write/no;
"Arnal Galloway", male age 16, born Alabama, read&write/yes.3 

Citations

  1. [S13] Census, U.S. of 1860, Henry County, Alabama, p. 225
    Online at Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  2. [S13] Census, U.S. of 1860, Henry County, Alabama, p. 224, image 6 at Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com.
  3. [S11] Census, U.S. of 1870, Henry County, AL, census pg 390,image pg 13, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.

Anzilla Galloway1

#2452, b. circa 1867
Last Edited9 Apr 2010
Birth*circa 1867Henry County, Alabama, USA1 
Residence*1 November 1887Lucinda Price; Henry County, Alabama, USA1 

Citations

  1. [S304] Estate Case Files, Henry County Alabama, Appeal Filed by Lucinda Galloway, Widow of Jesse W. Galloway, to Probate Court, Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama, USA.

Arnold J. Galloway1

#1545, b. circa 1857
ChartsDescendants of Eleazer Galloway & Leaty Parrish
Last Edited31 Dec 2005
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Euel E. Balkcom
Birth*circa 1857Henry County, Alabama, USA1 
(Resident) Census10 September 1860Edward James Galloway, AL Henry Co Census 1860; Curetons Bridge, Freeman's Beat #9, HH 46, Henry County, Alabama, USA; "E. J. Gallaway", head, male age 50, farmer, real estate $2600, personal $1315, born in South Carolina. See household 57 (Murphy & Galloway), 73, 74, 75 (Branan).

Complete household:
"E. J. Gallaway", male age 50, farmer, real estate $2600, personal $1315, born in South Carolina;
"Elizabeth Gallaway", age 42, born in SC;
"Hilliary J. Galloway", male age 22, farmer, born in Alabama;
"J. W. Gallaway", male age 21, born in Alabama, attending school;
"William J. Gallaway", age 18, born in Ala, attending school;
"Hubert G. Gallaway", age 16, born in Alabama;
"Permelia M. Gallaway", female age 14, born in Alabama;
"Wilson C. Gallaway", age 11, born in Ala;
"Ansley Gallaway", female age 9, born in Ala;
"Dilly Ann S. Gallaway", female age 6, born in Ala;
"Arnold J. Gallaway", age 3, born in Ala;
"James Gallaway", age 1, born in Ala.2 
(Resident) Census23 June 1870Edward James Galloway, AL Henry Co Census 1870; Abbeville, 9th Precinct hh 108, Henry County, Alabama, USA; "Edward Galloway", head. Adjacent to household of son James Galloway (30 AL).

Complete household:
"Edward Galloway", male age 59, born in SC, farmer, $1500 real estate, $100 personal;
"Elizabeth Galloway", female age 52, keeping house, born South Carolina;
"Anzilla Galloway", female age 19, born Alabama, read/yes, write/no;
"Dilly Galloway", female age 17, born Alabama, read/yes, write/no;
"Arnal Galloway", male age 16, born Alabama, read&write/yes.3 
Marriage*say 1875Elizabeth (?); date a guess based on daughter birth 18774 
Census*16 June 1880AL Henry Co Census 1880; Curetons Township, ED#83, Roeville Beat 7, pg 21, hh#48, Henry County, Alabama, USA; "A. J. Galaway", age 27, working on farm, born in AL, parents born in SC;
"Elizabeth Galaway", wife age 26, born in AL, father GA, mother SC;
"Mary Galaway", daughter age 3, born in AL.

Lived near parents James and Elizabeth Galloway.4 
Resident: Elizabeth (?)
Resident: Mary Galloway

Citations

  1. [S13] Census, U.S. of 1860, Henry County, Alabama, p. 225
    Online at Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  2. [S13] Census, U.S. of 1860, Henry County, Alabama, p. 224, image 6 at Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com.
  3. [S11] Census, U.S. of 1870, Henry County, AL, census pg 390,image pg 13, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  4. [S12] Census, U.S. of 1880, Henry County, AL, Roeville, ancestry.com image pg 5, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.

Benjamin Galloway1

#2049, b. before 1750
Last Edited31 Dec 2015
Birth*before 1750date guessed based on receiving land grant in 1770.1 
Land Grant*24 August 1770150 acres bounding southward on Lynches Creek, Craven County, South Carolina, USA; An indenture of sale of land in 1771 refers to "a plantation or tract of land containing 150 acres situate in Craven County granted by his Majesty to the above named Benjamin Galloway as appears in the original grant thereof bearing date the 24th day of August 1770";

A second reference (Memorials ...) registers a land title, apparently this same land, on 14 October 1771, describing it further "..containing 150 acres bounding southward on Lynches Creek on all other sides on vacant land originally granted the 24th day of Aug 1770 unto Benjamin Galloway at 2t Nt of 3/St for 4/pro money ..."

It may be that Benjamin may have registered the land in order to sell it, but I don't have the full transcript from the first source. I do have the entire transcript from the second source.1,2 
Marriage*before 1771Sarah (?); Sarah was named as Benjamin's wife in a land deed1 
Occupation*1771Craven County, South Carolina, USA; a planter1 
Land*14 October 1771Sarah (?); 150 acres, near Lynches Creek, Craven County, South Carolina, USA; to John Piggott for Ten Shillings|| The transaction was made by two documents - one for the land sale and the second for wife Sarah to release any claim to the land as her dower. Witnesses were Nathaniel Piggott, Thomas Welch, and Charles Campbell. Transcriptions of these documents are attached. Land location is stated only generally, but it appears from the language that it abuts land of John Piggott. The documents name Benjamin Galloway's occupation as planter, his wife's name as Sarah, and describe the land as granted to him in 1770. There is no explanation for the extremely low selling price. Is it possible that this was a transfer within the family, say as if John Piggott were Sarah's father or brother?1
My ResearchNote*Eleazer Galloway; South Carolina, USA; Benjamin Galloway has been a candidate for father of Eleazer Galloway because he owned land in the Lynches Creek area based on a land sale in 1771. He does not appear in the 1790 or later censuses. 

Citations

  1. [S233] Recorded Deeds South Carolina , Microfilm ST013, Conveyance Books (Charleston Deeds) Vols 3Y-3Z, Series S 372001 1771-1772. Volume 3Y, pg 106-111, South Carolina Department of Archives and History.
  2. [S309] Memorials of 17th & 18th Century South Carolina Land Titles, unknown publish date, Microfilm #ST0093, Land Titles 1731-1778, Reel 6, Book 11, pg 97, from the SC DAH site:

    "After South Carolina was purchased from the Lords Proprietors and became a royal colony in 1729, the crown had legislation enacted to help facilitate the collection of quitrents. The Quitrent Act of 1731 required the registration of land grants issued during the proprietary period so as to validate the grants and establish an effective system to collect the rent (quitrents) due on the land. Later legislation provided for the registration of royal grants. The landholder was to present to the Auditor General or his Deputy documented evidence of the land title, including the amount of quitrent, but because not all grants were registered and the crown never established a successful mechanism to enforce the law, the payment of quitrents basically remained voluntary.

    The system of quitrents and the Auditor General's records end in the mid-1770s with the impending collapse of the royal government.

    This series consists of the registrations of land titles which were authorized by the Quitrent Act of 1731 to serve a dual purpose: 1) validating land grants made by the Lords Proprietors, and 2) establishing a more efficient system of collecting quitrents. The documentation provided by the landowner to the Auditor General's office could be either recorded in full or in an abstract, called a "memorial." The full recordings are contained in volumes 1, 2, and 3 of the original series and volumes 1, the first 251 pages of volume 2, and volume 4 of the copy series. Eventually both forms became known as memorials.

    Most of the documents are exact copies or abstracts of grants, but also included are plats and certificates of survey, deeds of gift, leases and releases, renunciations of dower, and wills. The copies of plats from the proprietary period are particularly valuable because few other plats from that period survive. Information contained in the original volumes and a copy set of the volumes completed in 1821 includes names of the memorialist, persons associated with the title, surrounding landowners, and surveyors; descriptions of the property; and dates of recording. The last portion of volume 14 of the copy series also includes certificates for town lots in Beaufort registered by the Surveyor General between 1743 and 1774 for the purpose of enforcing an act of 1740 that required the collection of fines on unimproved lots in Beaufort.", South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, South Carolina, USA.

Benjamin H. Galloway1

#1443, b. circa 1844
Last Edited15 Jan 2005
Birth*circa 1844one reference says 22 June, 1842. The 1900 census says May 18441,2 
Milit-Beg*circa 18621 

Citations

  1. [S155] Researcher Ken Jones, http://www.tarleton.edu/~Kjones/15fmstr.html
  2. [S77] Census, U.S. of 1900, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.

Caleb Galloway1

#1833
Last Edited28 Jan 2002
Comment*in Lowndes Co GA 1840, same time as James Balkcom, Wylie Balkcom, Daniel Murphy. 

Citations

  1. [S15] Census, U.S. of 1840, Lowndes Co, GA, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.

Catherine Galloway1

#2553, b. after 1744
Last Edited15 Feb 2016
Birth*after 1744date estimated because she was a minor in 1764 ( named in an orphan guardianship)1 
(Witness) Legal1764Mathew Galloway; New Hanover County, North Carolina, USA; Mathew, Thomas Catherine, and Sarah were named in orphan guardianship papers as children of the deceased Thomas Galloway1 

Citations

  1. [S429] Briana S. Felch, David Kentsmith and Susanne Sitton, "Re-examining the Parentage of Matthew Gallaway of Oglethorpe County, Georgia," Georgia Genealogical Society Quarterly, 51 (2015). Hereinafter cited as "Re-examining the Parentage of Matthew Gallaway of Oglethorpe County, Georgia."

David Galloway1

#2048
Last Edited27 Apr 2004
Birthbefore 17001 
Misc*3 March 1723Charles City, Berkley County, South Carolina, USA; named in court papers as promising to pay Joseph Clare 59 pounds 2 shillings and sixpence1 

Citations

  1. [S284] Court of Common Pleas, South Carolina, Series S136002, microfilm #ST0189, Box 019A, Item 0064, 0066, Court of Common Please Judgment Rolls, 1723, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, South Carolina, USA.

Dillie Ann S. Galloway1

#1389, b. 17 December 1853, d. 13 February 1910
ChartsDescendants of Eleazer Galloway & Leaty Parrish (#1)
Descendants of Eleazer Galloway & Leaty Parrish (#2)
Descendants of Rosanna Brannon
Last Edited10 Apr 2010
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Euel E. Balkcom
Birth*17 December 1853Henry County, Alabama, USA2 
(Resident) Census10 September 1860Edward James Galloway, AL Henry Co Census 1860; Curetons Bridge, Freeman's Beat #9, HH 46, Henry County, Alabama, USA; "E. J. Gallaway", head, male age 50, farmer, real estate $2600, personal $1315, born in South Carolina. See household 57 (Murphy & Galloway), 73, 74, 75 (Branan).

Complete household:
"E. J. Gallaway", male age 50, farmer, real estate $2600, personal $1315, born in South Carolina;
"Elizabeth Gallaway", age 42, born in SC;
"Hilliary J. Galloway", male age 22, farmer, born in Alabama;
"J. W. Gallaway", male age 21, born in Alabama, attending school;
"William J. Gallaway", age 18, born in Ala, attending school;
"Hubert G. Gallaway", age 16, born in Alabama;
"Permelia M. Gallaway", female age 14, born in Alabama;
"Wilson C. Gallaway", age 11, born in Ala;
"Ansley Gallaway", female age 9, born in Ala;
"Dilly Ann S. Gallaway", female age 6, born in Ala;
"Arnold J. Gallaway", age 3, born in Ala;
"James Gallaway", age 1, born in Ala.3 
(Resident) Census23 June 1870Edward James Galloway, AL Henry Co Census 1870; Abbeville, 9th Precinct hh 108, Henry County, Alabama, USA; "Edward Galloway", head. Adjacent to household of son James Galloway (30 AL).

Complete household:
"Edward Galloway", male age 59, born in SC, farmer, $1500 real estate, $100 personal;
"Elizabeth Galloway", female age 52, keeping house, born South Carolina;
"Anzilla Galloway", female age 19, born Alabama, read/yes, write/no;
"Dilly Galloway", female age 17, born Alabama, read/yes, write/no;
"Arnal Galloway", male age 16, born Alabama, read&write/yes.4 
Married Name26 February 1871Riley1 
Marriage*26 February 1871Abraham Riley; Dale County, Alabama, USA1 
Death*13 February 1910Henry County, Alabama, USA1,2 

Citations

  1. [S151] Researcher J. Riley, reference date 29 April 2001.
  2. [S168] Dr. Hoyt M. Warren, Henry's Heritage, A History of Henry County, Alabama (P.O. Box 222, Abbeville, AL 36830: Henry County Historical Society, 1978), Vol III, pg 243, Ancestor Chart attributed to James Brannon Outlaw.
  3. [S13] Census, U.S. of 1860, Henry County, Alabama, p. 224, image 6 at Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.
  4. [S11] Census, U.S. of 1870, Henry County, AL, census pg 390,image pg 13, Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah.