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George Broyles

Birth
Death
1834 (aged 57–58)
Jackson County, Alabama, USA
Burial
Burial Details Unknown. Specifically: Cemetery Unknown Add to Map
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George Broyles married Catherine Vaught on
Jun 16, 1796 in Blount Co., TN. She was a daughter of Andrew and Maria Elizabeth (Tobler) Vaught.
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I don't know which cemetery he is buried in at this time. Catherine died in Texas according to estate settlement 1866.
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Blount Co., TN
Brills, Michel and Emmett, Elizabeth T. Marriage date : Dec 11, 1843
Broiles, David and Rooker, Elly Marriage date : Oct 24, 1805
Broiles, Jacob and Vaught, Mary Marriage date : Apr 19, 1802
Broyles, David and Pitts, Martha Marriage date : Mar 25, 1847
Broyles, George and Vaut, Cathern Marriage date : Jun 16, 1796
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Timeline
1770 - George Broyles was the son of Adam Broyles and Elizabeth Speck, born abt 1770 Randolph Co., NC and died in Jackson Co., AL, married 16 Jun 1796, TN, Blount Co., TN, to Catherine Vaut.
In or around 1787 - George's father, Adam, moves the family from North Carolina to Washington Co., TN. A number of Adam's children, and possibly Adam himself, move to Blount Co., TN, 25 May 1799 - George is commissioned as an ensign in the Blount Co., TN, militia.
1801 - George Broils - 1 free poll. Blount Co., TN.
1801 and 1802 - George Broyles is taxed for one white poll, Blount County, Capt. Gillaspie's Co.
1800 and 1802 - George Broyles is an overseer in Blount Co., TN.
18 Apr 1802 - George Broyles is the security for the marriage of his brother Jacob in Blount Co., TN
1805 - George Broyles is a juror in Blount Co., TN
1806 - George Broils moves to Madison County, AL [Jackson Co., AL]
1808 - George Broils sets up a blacksmith shop in Madison County, AL [Jackson Co., AL]
1809 - George Broils is listed in a Federal Census of Madison County, AL. He had 3 males under 21, one male over 21; 3 females under 21, two females over 21.
Jul 1810 - Nathan Ashworth, assignee of Robert Beaty by attorney Louis Winston filed suit vs. George Broyles. Note dated 15 Feb 1809. A jury of 12 men was named.

4 Dec 1811 - George Broyles buys 1/4 Section in Range 2E, Twp. 1 South. Warrant/Certificate 560.

6 Jan 1812 - George Broyles makes application for a Land Grant from the Nashville Land Office. Land in Madison County, AL

1810 and 1813 - George Broyles is taxed for one poll in Madison County, AL

8 Feb 1814 - George and Jacob Broyles and others are named appraisers of the estate of Green H. Trump, dec'd. Perhaps this is the Trump referred to in the article quoted above.

20 May 1820 - George Broiles and Benjamin Franks are appointed executors of the estate of Wiley Davis. Wiley was George's son-in-law. Franks charges expenses to Kentucky. Madison County, AL. Benjamin Franks and George Broiles married Vaught sisters.

3 Mar 1825 - George Broyles is one of five commissioners to divide the estate of Andrew McElroy, dec'd. Madison County, AL

1830 - Broiles, George AL, Madison listed with the following members in his household 421100001 01200001.

20 Sep 1830 - John T. Smith, for love and attachment which I bear toward the members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, to George Broils Senr., George Broils Jr., James Moore, James E. Stillwell and Henry King, trustees, 2 acres in NE corner of NW 1/4 Sec 3 T2R1E, the Methodist Episcopal Church called "Pleasant Grove." Deed Book N:178.

12 Oct 1834 - George Broyles and wife Catherine (Vaught) Broyles sell land to John Mealls joining Thomas Embres.

13 Mar 1837 - Settlement of the estate of Wiley Davis. Admin: Benjamin Franks and George Broiles. Franks notes that he is the "surviving administrator", which indicates that George has died. Mary Thompson (widow of said Willy Davis and now wife of Malcolm Thompson) and George Davis, infant child of said Willy Davis dec'd entitled to equal distribution. Madison Co., AL. The delay in settlement may have been caused by waiting for Wiley's son to reach age.

1840 - Catherine Broils is listed as a head of household in Jackson County, AL. Sons George and Robert are living nearby. M.W. Beryhill lives next door.

17 Oct 1866 - George Broyles estate is settled in Jackson Co., AL.

1877 - Jackson Co., AL, a Huntsville, AL, newspaper states that George Broiles an early settler was a blacksmith. Two brothers Jacob and George came to what was then know as New Market and arrived in 1806.
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George Broyles, Estate: State of Alabama, Jackson County: To the honorable Mr P Brown, Judge of the Court, of said county. The administrator do bares none with the will annexed of George Broyles late of said county deceased respectfully fully alleges that his intestate died single and possessed of the following described lands lying and being subscribe in said county and state to wit .... where the houses now stands subject to sale in Huntsville, AL. He further alleges that the following warrant persons. they and they alone are the heirs and distribution of said decedents. Melinda deceased who intermarried with Robert C Austin, and resided in this county, and George Broyles who is of full age and resides in Limestone Co., AL. A J Broyles who resides in Texas, county unknown, and full age, A T Broyles of full age who resides in the state of Arkansas, county unknown, Matilda (this one is Catherine) who intermarried with Michael Berryhill in the state of MO, county unknown, and Thomas Bridges who is of full age and resides in Knoxubbe County State of Mississippi same of who are of insolvent mind. He further alleges that a fair and beneficial and equable decision of said lands among said heirs and distribution cannot be made without a sale there of. He therefore asks Your Honor to grant and make an order authorizing and empowering him to make sale of said land for said purpose. All of which is respectfully submitted. SE Poston - Sworn to and subscribe to before me on the 17th Oct 1866, MP Brown, Judge Probate.
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June 16, 1877: Newspaper: History Continued: The first settlement made where New Market now stands was that of two brothers, George and Jacob Broyles. They came to this country in 1806 and selected that spot for their home. First employed themselves in deadening timber and clearing land and in course of year or two had a pretty little farm. Settlers came in rapidly and other industries than farming were demanded. George Broiles built the first blacksmith shop in that part of what is now Madison County, AL. In 1808 the first tan yard in the county or state was begun by one Trump in vicinity of Broiles' farm. From 1808 to 1818 the first inn or tavern in this section was kept by one Rowan. (We are indebted to Joseph Rice, Esquire and W B Jones, Esquire for valuable assistance in writing this history.)

George was a pioneer settler of Madison County, AL. The following article, which appeared in the "Huntsville (AL) Advocate", on June 16, 1877, explains this: "History continued - The first settlement made where New Market now stands was that of two brothers, George and Jacob Broiles. They came to this country in 1806 and selected that spot for their home. First employed themselves in deadening timber and clearing land and in the course of a year or two had a pretty little farm. Settlers came in rapidly and other industries than farming were demanded. George Broiles built the first blacksmith shop in that part of what is now Madison Co. In 1808 the first tan yard in the county or state was begun by one Trump in the vicinity of Broiles' Farm..."
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Greene Co., TN, 1830 Census
Boyles, George, 180 --- 00001 - 20001
Boyles, Solomon, 223 --- (unreadable)
Boyle, John, 180 --- 00011001 - 0011001
Broyles, Cyrus, 187 --- 10001 - 20001
Broyles, Ephn., 200 --- 000000001 - 0000001
Broyles, Jacob, 200 --- 212001 - 201001
Broyles, John, 200 --- 01111001 - 00200001
Broyles, John, 200 --- 10001 - 122001
Broyles, J.F., 222 --- 00001 - 20001
Broyles, Mary, 196 --- 0001 - 0002001
Broyles, Michael, 199 --- 00000002001 - 00000000001
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Descendants of George Broyles

1 George Broyles b: Abt. 1776 in Randolph Co., NC d: 1834 in Jackson Co., AL
+Catherine Vaught b: 1780 in Blount Co., TN m: Jun 16, 1796 in Blount co., TN d: Bet. 1840 - 1850 in Texas (estate settlement 1866)
2 Elizabeth Broyles b: 1797 in Blount Co., TN
+William Chillcoat b: Abt. 1797
2 Matilda Mary Broyles b: Abt. 1798 in Blount Co., TN d: in Noxubee Co., MS
+Thomas H. B. Bridges b: Abt. 1797 in Franklin Co., TN m: Abt. 1817
2 Melinda G. Broyles b: Abt. 1803 in Madison Co., AL d: Bef. 1866
+Robert C Austin b: Abt. 1817
2 Francis Broyles b: Abt. 1805 in Blount Co., TN
2 Robert Hughes Broyles b: 1808 in Madison Co., AL d: in Texas
+Mariah Winn b: Abt. 1808 in South Carolina m: Abt. 1828 in Jackson Co., AL
2 George Whitten Broyles b: 1813 in Madison Co., AL d: Sep 1889 in Limestone, AL
+Lucy
2 Adam T. Broyles b: 1815 in Madison Co., AL d: Bet. 1852 - 1856 in Ouachita Co., AR
+Matilda Margaret Bridges b: Abt. 1815 in TN m: Abt. 1832 in Jackson Co., AL? d: 1907 in Smith Co., TX
2 Sarah Ann Broyles b: May 24, 1818 in Madison Co., AL d: 1904
+Samuel Caswell Vaught b: Jun 12, 1814 in Jackson Co., AL m: Aug 06, 1835 in Coffetown, Jackson County, AL
2 Broyles b: Abt. 1819 in Madison Co., AL
2 Andrew Jackson Broyles b: 1821 in Madison Co., AL d: in Texas
2 K. Catherine Broyles b: Jul 05, 1823 in Madison Co., AL d: Jan 14, 1896 in Washburn, Barry Co., MO aka: Casey Burial: Jan 14, 1896 Berryhill Cemetery, Barry Co., MO
+Michael Weeks Berryhill b: May 08, 1815 in Winchester, Franklin Co., TN m: Jan 17, 1839 in Larkins Fork, Jackson Co., AL d: Dec 15, 1899 in Washburn, Barry Co., MO Burial: Berryhill Cemetery, Barry Co., MO
2 Broyles b: Abt. 1825
George Broyles married Catherine Vaught on
Jun 16, 1796 in Blount Co., TN. She was a daughter of Andrew and Maria Elizabeth (Tobler) Vaught.
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I don't know which cemetery he is buried in at this time. Catherine died in Texas according to estate settlement 1866.
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Blount Co., TN
Brills, Michel and Emmett, Elizabeth T. Marriage date : Dec 11, 1843
Broiles, David and Rooker, Elly Marriage date : Oct 24, 1805
Broiles, Jacob and Vaught, Mary Marriage date : Apr 19, 1802
Broyles, David and Pitts, Martha Marriage date : Mar 25, 1847
Broyles, George and Vaut, Cathern Marriage date : Jun 16, 1796
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Timeline
1770 - George Broyles was the son of Adam Broyles and Elizabeth Speck, born abt 1770 Randolph Co., NC and died in Jackson Co., AL, married 16 Jun 1796, TN, Blount Co., TN, to Catherine Vaut.
In or around 1787 - George's father, Adam, moves the family from North Carolina to Washington Co., TN. A number of Adam's children, and possibly Adam himself, move to Blount Co., TN, 25 May 1799 - George is commissioned as an ensign in the Blount Co., TN, militia.
1801 - George Broils - 1 free poll. Blount Co., TN.
1801 and 1802 - George Broyles is taxed for one white poll, Blount County, Capt. Gillaspie's Co.
1800 and 1802 - George Broyles is an overseer in Blount Co., TN.
18 Apr 1802 - George Broyles is the security for the marriage of his brother Jacob in Blount Co., TN
1805 - George Broyles is a juror in Blount Co., TN
1806 - George Broils moves to Madison County, AL [Jackson Co., AL]
1808 - George Broils sets up a blacksmith shop in Madison County, AL [Jackson Co., AL]
1809 - George Broils is listed in a Federal Census of Madison County, AL. He had 3 males under 21, one male over 21; 3 females under 21, two females over 21.
Jul 1810 - Nathan Ashworth, assignee of Robert Beaty by attorney Louis Winston filed suit vs. George Broyles. Note dated 15 Feb 1809. A jury of 12 men was named.

4 Dec 1811 - George Broyles buys 1/4 Section in Range 2E, Twp. 1 South. Warrant/Certificate 560.

6 Jan 1812 - George Broyles makes application for a Land Grant from the Nashville Land Office. Land in Madison County, AL

1810 and 1813 - George Broyles is taxed for one poll in Madison County, AL

8 Feb 1814 - George and Jacob Broyles and others are named appraisers of the estate of Green H. Trump, dec'd. Perhaps this is the Trump referred to in the article quoted above.

20 May 1820 - George Broiles and Benjamin Franks are appointed executors of the estate of Wiley Davis. Wiley was George's son-in-law. Franks charges expenses to Kentucky. Madison County, AL. Benjamin Franks and George Broiles married Vaught sisters.

3 Mar 1825 - George Broyles is one of five commissioners to divide the estate of Andrew McElroy, dec'd. Madison County, AL

1830 - Broiles, George AL, Madison listed with the following members in his household 421100001 01200001.

20 Sep 1830 - John T. Smith, for love and attachment which I bear toward the members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, to George Broils Senr., George Broils Jr., James Moore, James E. Stillwell and Henry King, trustees, 2 acres in NE corner of NW 1/4 Sec 3 T2R1E, the Methodist Episcopal Church called "Pleasant Grove." Deed Book N:178.

12 Oct 1834 - George Broyles and wife Catherine (Vaught) Broyles sell land to John Mealls joining Thomas Embres.

13 Mar 1837 - Settlement of the estate of Wiley Davis. Admin: Benjamin Franks and George Broiles. Franks notes that he is the "surviving administrator", which indicates that George has died. Mary Thompson (widow of said Willy Davis and now wife of Malcolm Thompson) and George Davis, infant child of said Willy Davis dec'd entitled to equal distribution. Madison Co., AL. The delay in settlement may have been caused by waiting for Wiley's son to reach age.

1840 - Catherine Broils is listed as a head of household in Jackson County, AL. Sons George and Robert are living nearby. M.W. Beryhill lives next door.

17 Oct 1866 - George Broyles estate is settled in Jackson Co., AL.

1877 - Jackson Co., AL, a Huntsville, AL, newspaper states that George Broiles an early settler was a blacksmith. Two brothers Jacob and George came to what was then know as New Market and arrived in 1806.
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George Broyles, Estate: State of Alabama, Jackson County: To the honorable Mr P Brown, Judge of the Court, of said county. The administrator do bares none with the will annexed of George Broyles late of said county deceased respectfully fully alleges that his intestate died single and possessed of the following described lands lying and being subscribe in said county and state to wit .... where the houses now stands subject to sale in Huntsville, AL. He further alleges that the following warrant persons. they and they alone are the heirs and distribution of said decedents. Melinda deceased who intermarried with Robert C Austin, and resided in this county, and George Broyles who is of full age and resides in Limestone Co., AL. A J Broyles who resides in Texas, county unknown, and full age, A T Broyles of full age who resides in the state of Arkansas, county unknown, Matilda (this one is Catherine) who intermarried with Michael Berryhill in the state of MO, county unknown, and Thomas Bridges who is of full age and resides in Knoxubbe County State of Mississippi same of who are of insolvent mind. He further alleges that a fair and beneficial and equable decision of said lands among said heirs and distribution cannot be made without a sale there of. He therefore asks Your Honor to grant and make an order authorizing and empowering him to make sale of said land for said purpose. All of which is respectfully submitted. SE Poston - Sworn to and subscribe to before me on the 17th Oct 1866, MP Brown, Judge Probate.
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June 16, 1877: Newspaper: History Continued: The first settlement made where New Market now stands was that of two brothers, George and Jacob Broyles. They came to this country in 1806 and selected that spot for their home. First employed themselves in deadening timber and clearing land and in course of year or two had a pretty little farm. Settlers came in rapidly and other industries than farming were demanded. George Broiles built the first blacksmith shop in that part of what is now Madison County, AL. In 1808 the first tan yard in the county or state was begun by one Trump in vicinity of Broiles' farm. From 1808 to 1818 the first inn or tavern in this section was kept by one Rowan. (We are indebted to Joseph Rice, Esquire and W B Jones, Esquire for valuable assistance in writing this history.)

George was a pioneer settler of Madison County, AL. The following article, which appeared in the "Huntsville (AL) Advocate", on June 16, 1877, explains this: "History continued - The first settlement made where New Market now stands was that of two brothers, George and Jacob Broiles. They came to this country in 1806 and selected that spot for their home. First employed themselves in deadening timber and clearing land and in the course of a year or two had a pretty little farm. Settlers came in rapidly and other industries than farming were demanded. George Broiles built the first blacksmith shop in that part of what is now Madison Co. In 1808 the first tan yard in the county or state was begun by one Trump in the vicinity of Broiles' Farm..."
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Greene Co., TN, 1830 Census
Boyles, George, 180 --- 00001 - 20001
Boyles, Solomon, 223 --- (unreadable)
Boyle, John, 180 --- 00011001 - 0011001
Broyles, Cyrus, 187 --- 10001 - 20001
Broyles, Ephn., 200 --- 000000001 - 0000001
Broyles, Jacob, 200 --- 212001 - 201001
Broyles, John, 200 --- 01111001 - 00200001
Broyles, John, 200 --- 10001 - 122001
Broyles, J.F., 222 --- 00001 - 20001
Broyles, Mary, 196 --- 0001 - 0002001
Broyles, Michael, 199 --- 00000002001 - 00000000001
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Descendants of George Broyles

1 George Broyles b: Abt. 1776 in Randolph Co., NC d: 1834 in Jackson Co., AL
+Catherine Vaught b: 1780 in Blount Co., TN m: Jun 16, 1796 in Blount co., TN d: Bet. 1840 - 1850 in Texas (estate settlement 1866)
2 Elizabeth Broyles b: 1797 in Blount Co., TN
+William Chillcoat b: Abt. 1797
2 Matilda Mary Broyles b: Abt. 1798 in Blount Co., TN d: in Noxubee Co., MS
+Thomas H. B. Bridges b: Abt. 1797 in Franklin Co., TN m: Abt. 1817
2 Melinda G. Broyles b: Abt. 1803 in Madison Co., AL d: Bef. 1866
+Robert C Austin b: Abt. 1817
2 Francis Broyles b: Abt. 1805 in Blount Co., TN
2 Robert Hughes Broyles b: 1808 in Madison Co., AL d: in Texas
+Mariah Winn b: Abt. 1808 in South Carolina m: Abt. 1828 in Jackson Co., AL
2 George Whitten Broyles b: 1813 in Madison Co., AL d: Sep 1889 in Limestone, AL
+Lucy
2 Adam T. Broyles b: 1815 in Madison Co., AL d: Bet. 1852 - 1856 in Ouachita Co., AR
+Matilda Margaret Bridges b: Abt. 1815 in TN m: Abt. 1832 in Jackson Co., AL? d: 1907 in Smith Co., TX
2 Sarah Ann Broyles b: May 24, 1818 in Madison Co., AL d: 1904
+Samuel Caswell Vaught b: Jun 12, 1814 in Jackson Co., AL m: Aug 06, 1835 in Coffetown, Jackson County, AL
2 Broyles b: Abt. 1819 in Madison Co., AL
2 Andrew Jackson Broyles b: 1821 in Madison Co., AL d: in Texas
2 K. Catherine Broyles b: Jul 05, 1823 in Madison Co., AL d: Jan 14, 1896 in Washburn, Barry Co., MO aka: Casey Burial: Jan 14, 1896 Berryhill Cemetery, Barry Co., MO
+Michael Weeks Berryhill b: May 08, 1815 in Winchester, Franklin Co., TN m: Jan 17, 1839 in Larkins Fork, Jackson Co., AL d: Dec 15, 1899 in Washburn, Barry Co., MO Burial: Berryhill Cemetery, Barry Co., MO
2 Broyles b: Abt. 1825

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