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Notes for John Biddix, Jr.

CAUTION! There is confusion regarding the children of John & Hannah. We hope to add further information as it becomes available.
John Bittick/Biddix Revolutionary War Pension Claim:
John Bittick was Born on 12[?] Day[?] of May in the year 1785[?]
[see Other Documents-John Bittick/Biddix Revolutionary War Pension Claim, Item 10, Part 2]
John Biddix and Nancy Endsley were married on 9 December 1809 in Burke Co, North Carolina. John Endsley was the Bondsman and J. Burgin the Witness.
Burial: Grassy Creek, Mitchell Co, North Carolina
A List of Taxable Property in Captain Thomas Hemphill's Company, 1815 (McDowell Co, North Carolina)

John Bittick Junior - 1 pole tax [poll] no land

John Bittick - 0 poles [probably too old to pay poll tax]
one track on Cataba [River] 150 acres, Value $140

W. James Erwin Esqr the following is a true copy of all returns in Captain Hemphill's Company for 1818 taken by your H.S.A. Chaffin, JP.

This is John Bittick/Biddix and his son, John, Jr.
John Biddix, Jr. Census Enumerations:

The 1820 Census was enumerated as of 07 August 1820, the 1st Monday. 13 months were allowed to complete.
1820 No Township Listed, Burke Co, North Carolina, p19, line 24:
John Bitticks - 20001/2001001
2m -10 c1810-20 = John ‘Buck’ b. Jun 1814
= Francis c1815
1m 26-45 c1775-94 = John, Jr. b. 12 May 1785
2f -10 c1810-20 = Margaret c1810
= Martha Jane b. 13 Jun 1812
1f 26-45 c1775-94 = Nancy Endsley c1789
[Note: living next to John is James Willis. Lydia Willis married John Bittick in 1799 in Stokes Co, North Carolina. However, this is probably not the John Bittick who married Lydia Willis.]

The 1830 Census was enumerated beginning 01 June 1830. 12 months were allowed to complete.
1830 No Township Listed, Burke Co, North Carolina, p178, line 02:
John Bidicks - 11100001/031101
1m -5 c1825-30 = George c1822-27
1m 5-10 c1820-25 = Francis c1815
1m 10-15 c1815-20 = John ‘Buck’ b. Jun 1814 
1m 50-60 c1770-80 = John, Jr. b. 12 May 1785
3f 5-10 c1825-30 = Melinda c1821
= Nancy Virginia b. 22 Apr 1829
= unknown ?
1f 10-15 c1815-20 = Martha Jane b. 13 Jun 1812
1f 15-20 c1810-15 = Margaret c1810
1f 30-40 c1790-1800 = Nancy Endsley c1789

1840 - unable to locate

1850 Yancey Co, NC 7 Sep 1850, p423a
#565/594 John Biddix 67 m w farmer $25 NC can't read/write
Merrit C 19 m w laborer NC
Nancy 61 f w NC can't read/write

1860 Yancey Co, North Carolina, 17 Aug 1860, p456b:
#1159/1159 John Biddix 75 m farmer $40/95 NC can't read/write
Nancy 68 f NC can't read/write
From Toe River Valley Heritage, Vol. 2, page 182
No. 228 - John and Hannah (Blunt) Bittick/Biddix:
John (Jr.) served with Burke County Militia during the War of 1812.

[see Other Documents: Military Records, John Bittick, Jr.]
John Biddicks listed in Muster Roll of Burke County, North Carolina, Third Regiment, Detatched Miliitia organized August 1814, Captain John Carson.
Muster Rolls of Soldiers War of 1812
Detatched Militia of North Carolina, in 1812 and 1814.
Published In Pursuance of The Resolutions of the General Assembly of January 21, 1851.
Under the Direction of the Adjutant General.
Raleigh: Printed by Ch. C. Raboteau, at the Times Office, 1851.
pages 135-136
[courtesy of David and Marsha Biddix]


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