Henry Pilkinton

Henry Pilkinton

Male 1802 - Abt 1875

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  • Name  Henry Pilkinton 
    Born  1802  , , NC, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  Abt 1875  Mount Vernon, Lawrence, MO, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I6814  All Family Connections
    Last Modified  31 May 2014 

  • Notes 
    • Henry was listed on the 1861 tax list which double as a list of soldiers. He is listed was Sr. Co B/15th in the MO Calvary.

      A Henry Pilkenton married a Delilah Rouse Nov. 29th, 1823 in Randolph Co., NC. The Bondsman was John Pilkenton and the witness was Joshua Craven. This may have been the first name of Ellen above, but we can not confirm if this as of yet.

      Henry was a farmer

      Pilkenton spellings in census': Pilkenton, Pilkington, Pilkerton

      Court Records:
      236. State of Mo. vs J. P. LASITER, larceny.
      Indictment: 12 Nov 1860; true bill; Joseph CRAVENS, circuit attorney.; George W. MESSICK, Grand Jury foreman; N .B. HOCKER, William GARRISON, James GARNER "and ?elverton JOHNSON, state witnesses; charges Lasiter on 3 Sep 1860 killed a steer the value of ten dollars with intent to convert the carcass and skin of said steer to his own use, said steer being the property of N. B. Hocker.
      Capias: 18 Nov 1860; Joseph P. Lasiter; for killing cattle and converting to his own use property of N. B. Hocker; not found in county, S. E. ROBERTS, sheriff, ?? Jun 1861.
      Capias: 5 May 1862; Joseph P. Lasiter; executed 6 May 1862 by S. E. Roberts, sheriff.
      Motion to quash the first count: RANDOLPH and MCKAY attorneys for defense; {Nearly illegible} "...because does not charge that the cow brute towit a certain steer is the property of any person as required by law."
      Subpoena: ? May 1862; Henry PILKENTON, Sr. for defense, executed 6 May by Cas. T. WEAR, deputy.
      Subpoena: 8 May 1862; Henry PILKENTON, Jr. for state; executed same day by Cas. T. Wear, deputy.
      Instructions to jury: 9 May 1862; "that if N. B. Hocker bought the steer of defendant the law illegible his right to continue till the contrary appears." "That the openness and noteriety and publicity with which defendant took the steer is a circumstance from which the jury may in{fer} that the taking was not felonious."
      Verdict: Not guilty; John D. ALLEN, foreman.

      Researcher note: Joseph P Lassiter lived in Mt Vernon, Lawrence, Missouri in 1860 but in 1870 he's not living around there ... In 1870 a Hardy Lassiter is Henry Pilkenton Sr's Neighbor.

      Religion: Longfield Baptist Church, Anderson County, Tennessee

      1870 Lawrence County, Missouri, Mt. Pleasant Twp., page 467B.(Pilkerton)

      1860 Lawrence County, Missouri, Mt. Vernon Twp., page 922.(Pilkington)

      1850 Union County, Illinois, District 2, page 197B.(Pilkenton)

      1840 Campbell County, Tennessee, page:314:
      "Henry Pilkinton- 1(Benj.), 2(John,Henry), 1(Joseph), 0, 0, 1(male 30-40 Henry) - 2(Miltilda, Tabitha), 2 (Jemima & Mary), 2 (?), 0, 0, 1(female 30-40 Eleanor)."

      1839 Campbell county Tax List: District 4 ( Henry Pilkinton)

      1838 Campbell County Tax Records - District 4
      A List of Person who were subject to double taxes: "Pinkleton, Henry"

      1830 Monroe County, Tennessee,67th Regiment., page:106: "Henry Pilkinton- 1, 0,0,0,1(male 20 - 30) - 2, 0, 0, 0,1(female 20 - 30)."
      From: Angela Blackwell, Pilkenton Board on Rootsweb, 6 Feb 2004]

      I show the following as members of the Longfield Baptist Church, Anderson County, Tennessee:

      317. Polly Ann Pilkenton joined November 4, 1846;
      Dismissed by letter, Henry PILKENTON Sr., Polly Anne PILKENTON and Henry PILKENTON, Jr., September, 3rd Saturday 1847

      324. Nelly Pilkenton joined November 6, 1846; I do not show a date of dismissal.

      330. Henry Pilkenton, Jr.; joined April 28, 1847
      Dismissed by letter, Henry PILKENTON Sr., Polly Anne PILKENTON and Henry PILKENTON, Jr., September, 3rd Saturday 1847

      337. Henry Pilkenton, Sr.

      Wednesday, after the 3rd Saturday in August (1847), Rev. William LINDSAY and Thomas DABNEY held a meeting in Campbell County, Tennessee and received Henry PILKENTON, Sr., by experience.

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