Notes for John COCKFIELD

The will of John Cockfield, Planter, Colleton County, SC names his daughter Ann COCKFIELD; son Burnaby COCKFIELD; and brother Burnaby COCKFIELD. Will proved 7 Jul 1762.. by Becky Bass Bonner & Josephine Lindsay Bass.

SCHistorical Magazine Vol 8, p195, Will of Hugh CATERET made 21 Feb 1687, gives John, son of William COCKFIELD, the little island next to Joseph Pendarvis's Island.

SCHistorical Magazine Vol 19, p48 has children as John, Mary and Martha in 1715.

SCHistorical Magazine Vol 19, p75 - 2 June 1722, John Cockfield and Rachel his wife, conveyed to William Bull 67 that had originally been part of the 500 acre grant to Burnaby Bull.

Source: Will Book QQ 1760-1767:
John COCKFIELD of Combahee, Colleton County, planter. Son: Barnaby, all my land and houses. Daughter: Ann, under age and unmarried. Brother: Barnaby COCKFIELD. Mentions: crop of rice now at house. Exors: Thomas HOLMAN, John HUNT, Hugh FERGUSON. Wit: Samuel NASH, Isaac BODETT, Darius DALTON.
D: 22 Feb 1762 P: 7 July 1762 R: nd. P. 187

COCKFIELD: Book - Page - County
B. W. Bk 42 Page 354 CHA=Charleston
Barnaby 13 939 CHA
John 9 304 CHA
John E. 42 56 CHA
Joseph 1 171 WMS=Williamsburg
Mary 26 474 CHA
Mary 34 234 CHA

John COCKFIELD: Colleton County, plantation on Ashley River called The Island purchased of John COCKFIELD. This note within the will of William ROPER, Charles Town, merchant.

Sources for this web site are many, including:
Ola Cook Timmons, Captain John Timmons and his Descendants by Kathy Dodge Loyd, H. F. Prioleau, Happy Heritage by Cannon,
Sermons in Stone by Jason Cockfield, Minute Books of the Hebron Baptist Church, Our Kin by Bernice McCutcheon,
Three Rivers Historical Society, Old Darlington District Genealogy Chapter,
Berkeley County Historical Society, Huguenot Settlers in North America, and the US Census.

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