Emma Merle Regan (twin)

F, #303, b. 15 December 1926, d. 26 November 1929
Gravestone
Last Edited: 8 Dec 2015
  • Birth*: Emma was born on 15 Dec 1926. From headstone inscription..
  • Death*: Emma died on 26 Nov 1929 at age 2. From headstone inscription. Died from critical burn.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Clarkton, Bladen County, NC. Clarkton Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Daniel Alexander Regan , Sr. b. 28 Sep 1890, d. 7 Jul 1972
Mother: Margaret Graham Johnston b. 9 Jul 1890, d. 22 Aug 1971

Mary Earl Regan 'Mamie' (twin)

F, #304, b. 15 December 1926, d. 29 August 1989
Last Edited: 10 Dec 2015
  • Biography*: Name Source: Elma Regan, Indiv.# 262.
  • Birth*: Mary was born on 15 Dec 1926.
  • Marriage*: She married Jack Goodman before 1965.
  • Residence*: Mary Earl Regan 'Mamie' (twin) lived in Aug 1971 at Apex, NC.
  • Death*: Mary died on 29 Aug 1989 at age 62.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Clarkton, Bladen County, NC. Whites Creek Baptist Church Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Daniel Alexander Regan , Sr. b. 28 Sep 1890, d. 7 Jul 1972
Mother: Margaret Graham Johnston b. 9 Jul 1890, d. 22 Aug 1971

Family:

Jack Goodman b. s 1926, d. 6 Feb 1983

Jack Goodman

M, #305, b. say 1926, d. 6 February 1983
Last Edited: 27 Aug 2014

Family 1:

?? ?? d. b 1963

Children:

Family 2:

Mary Earl Regan 'Mamie' (twin) b. 15 Dec 1926, d. 29 Aug 1989

Hannah Nell Regan 'Nell'

F, #307, b. 22 April 1931, d. 26 June 2005
Nell [Regan] Bern, 2004.
Nell [Regan] Bern, 2004
Gravestone
Last Edited: 10 Dec 2015
  • Birth*: Hannah was born on 22 Apr 1931.
  • Residence: She lived in Aug 1971 at Jacksonville, FL.
  • Residence*: She resided in Jun 2005 at Cary, NC, 27511-5217, 1503 Laughridge Drive, (919) 467-4220, from Jul 1992. 1503 Laughridge Drive, (919) 467-4220, from Jul 1992.
  • Death*: Hannah died on 26 Jun 2005 at age 74.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Clarkton, Bladen County, NC. Clarkton Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Daniel Alexander Regan , Sr. b. 28 Sep 1890, d. 7 Jul 1972
Mother: Margaret Graham Johnston b. 9 Jul 1890, d. 22 Aug 1971

?? Regan (twin - male)

M, #312, b. 27 April 1930, d. 27 April 1930
Gravestone - Infants
Last Edited: 19 Jul 2016
  • Death*: ?? died on 27 Apr 1930. Date Source: Gravestone.
  • Birth*: ?? was born on 27 Apr 1930. Date Source: Gravestone..
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Clarkton, Bladen County, NC. Clarkton Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Daniel Alexander Regan , Sr. b. 28 Sep 1890, d. 7 Jul 1972
Mother: Margaret Graham Johnston b. 9 Jul 1890, d. 22 Aug 1971

?? Regan (twin - female)

F, #313, b. 27 April 1930, d. 27 April 1930
Gravestone - Infants
Last Edited: 8 Dec 2015
  • Death*: ?? died on 27 Apr 1930. From headstone inscription..
  • Birth*: ?? was born on 27 Apr 1930.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Clarkton, Bladen County, NC. Clarkton Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Daniel Alexander Regan , Sr. b. 28 Sep 1890, d. 7 Jul 1972
Mother: Margaret Graham Johnston b. 9 Jul 1890, d. 22 Aug 1971

? McPhail

M, #314
Last Edited: 6 Oct 2003
  • Biography*: Is surname McPhail or McPhaul?
  • Birth*: ? was born.
  • Marriage*: He married Beulah Mae McLean.
  • Death*: ? died.

Family:

Beulah Mae McLean b. c 1902, d. 14 Aug., 1991

Catherine Clyde Regan 'Clyde'

F, #316, b. 15 October 1892, d. 10 July 1980
Clyde (Regan) Voiles
Children of John Norment & Phereba Humphrey Regan, circa 1912, Picture Source: Doris Pearce. Back row - Dan?, Wesley?, Robert, Clyde?, Nanny? Front row - Phereba, Mary.
Clyde (Regan) Voiles
Clyde (Regan) Voiles
Katie (Humphrey) Doares & Catherine (Regan) Voiles
Catherine Voiles
Catherine Voiles
Gravestone
Clyde [Regan] Voiles; Bob Regan, Jr., 1949, Duke Graduation.
Last Edited: 10 Dec 2015

Parents:

Father: John Norment Regan b. 18 Dec 1859, d. 25 Jul 1932
Mother: Phereba Margaret Rozier Humphrey b. 26 Apr 1860, d. 5 Apr 1911

Family:

George Washington Voiles or Viles b. 7 Mar 1880, d. 15 Jul 1944

George Washington Voiles or Viles

M, #317, b. 7 March 1880, d. 15 July 1944
George Washington Voiles
Gravestone
Last Edited: 23 Nov 2013
  • Biography*: Tennessee, Death Records, 1914-1955

    Name: George Washington Viles
    Event: Death
    Event Date: 15 Jul 1944
    Event Place: Kingsport, Sullivan, Tennessee
    Gender: Male
    Marital Status: Married
    Race or Color: White
    Age: 58
    Estimated Birth Year:
    Birth Date: 07 Mar 1886
    Birthplace: Sullivan County, Tenn.
    Spouse: Katherine Clyde Viles
    Father: Richard B. Viles
    Father's Birthplace: Sullivan County, Tenn.
    Mother: Mahaley Hancock
    Mother's Birthplace: Sullivan County, Tenn.
    Occupation: State Employee-Colony, Va
    Street Address:
    Residence: Colony, Virginia
    Cemetery: City
    Burial Place: Kingsport
    Burial Date: 17 Jul 1944
    Informant:
    Additional Relatives: X
    Digital Folder Number: 4184891
    Image Number: 1036
    Film Number: 2137349
    Volume/Page/Certificate Number: cn 15944.
  • Birth*: George was born on 7 Mar 1880 at Sullivan County, TN. Gravestone has 1886..
  • Marriage*: He married ?? ??.
  • Marriage*: He married Catherine Clyde Regan 'Clyde' on 1 May 1920 at Durham, Durham County, NC.
  • Death*: George Washington Voiles or Viles died on 15 Jul 1944 at Kingsport, Sullivan County, TN, at age 64.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Kingsport, Sullivan County, TN. Oak Hill Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Richard Viles b. 1848, d. 1899
Mother: Mahalah J. Hancock b. 1846, d. 1907

Family 1:

Family 2:

Catherine Clyde Regan 'Clyde' b. 15 Oct 1892, d. 10 Jul 1980

?? ??

F, #319
Last Edited: 18 Feb 2012

Family:

George Washington Voiles or Viles b. 7 Mar 1880, d. 15 Jul 1944

Phereba Fort Regan

F, #320, b. 4 June 1897, d. 25 July 1967
Phereba Fort [Regan] Abbitt
Children of John Norment & Phereba Humphrey Regan, circa 1912, Picture Source: Doris Pearce. Back row - Dan?, Wesley?, Robert, Clyde?, Nanny? Front row - Phereba, Mary.
Phereba Regan Abbitt
Gravestone, Oak Ridge Cemetery, St. Pauls, NC.
Last Edited: 2 Oct 2013

Parents:

Father: John Norment Regan b. 18 Dec 1859, d. 25 Jul 1932
Mother: Phereba Margaret Rozier Humphrey b. 26 Apr 1860, d. 5 Apr 1911

Family:

Julian Abbitt b. 4 Jun 1897, d. 21 May 1947

Julian Abbitt

M, #321, b. 4 June 1897, d. 21 May 1947
Last Edited: 2 Oct 2013
  • Biography*: Note, Source: Eunice Ireland, Indiv.# 111, "Julian moved in his civil service to Meridian, Miss. Phereba bought the house in Asheville, NC believing that Julian would one day join her. Their relationship was rocky and both wrote ugly letters to each other. Phereba received a letter from his sister several weeks or months after Julian died informing her of his death. Julian's insurance and whatever estate he had was somehow in the hands of his family. He may have died in VA or Mississippi. He never lived or visited Phereba in Asheville, NC."
  • Residence*: Julian Abbitt lived at Appomattox, VA.
  • Birth*: Julian was born on 4 Jun 1897 at Appomattox, VA.
  • Marriage*: He married Phereba Fort Regan circa 1939 at VA.
  • Death*: Julian died on 21 May 1947 at age 49.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at VA.

Parents:

Family:

Phereba Fort Regan b. 4 Jun 1897, d. 25 Jul 1967

John Wesley Regan 'Wesley'

M, #322, b. 5 August 1899, d. 8 October 1972
Wesley Regan
Children of John Norment & Phereba Humphrey Regan, circa 1912, Picture Source: Doris Pearce. Back row - Dan?, Wesley?, Robert, Clyde?, Nanny? Front row - Phereba, Mary.
Last Edited: 8 Oct 2013

Parents:

Father: John Norment Regan b. 18 Dec 1859, d. 25 Jul 1932
Mother: Phereba Margaret Rozier Humphrey b. 26 Apr 1860, d. 5 Apr 1911

Family:

Ida Estelle Wiggins 'Estelle' b. 18 Sep 1899, d. 3 Dec 1968

Ida Estelle Wiggins 'Estelle'

F, #323, b. 18 September 1899, d. 3 December 1968
Last Edited: 8 Oct 2013

Parents:

Father: ?? Wiggins
Mother: ?? ??

Family 1:

Family 2:

John Wesley Regan 'Wesley' b. 5 Aug 1899, d. 8 Oct 1972

Charles Bagot

M, #325, b. circa 1928
Last Edited: 2 Nov 2014

James Robert Regan 'Jim'

M, #347, b. 1860, d. 28 March 1934
Gravestone, Oak Ridge Cemetery, St. Pauls, NC.
Marriage record
1910 Census
1900 Census
Obituary
Last Edited: 18 Feb 2012

Parents:

Father: Daniel Thomas Regan , Sr. b. 1840, d. c 1900
Mother: Annie Anne? Mariah Powers 'Moriah' b. 16 Oct 1827, d. 23 Jan 1864

Family:

Harriett Meares b. 1865

Child:

Kelly Cleveland Regan+ b. 10 Jan 1885, d. 14 Feb 1957

Harriett Meares

F, #348, b. 1865
Marriage record
Last Edited: 18 Feb 2012

Parents:

Father: ?? Meares
Mother: Helen ??

Family:

James Robert Regan 'Jim' b. 1860, d. 28 Mar 1934

Child:

Kelly Cleveland Regan+ b. 10 Jan 1885, d. 14 Feb 1957

Kelly Cleveland Regan

M, #349, b. 10 January 1885, d. 14 February 1957
Gravestone, Oak Ridge Cemetery, St. Pauls, NC.
Gravestone, Oak Ridge Cemetery, St. Pauls, NC.
Gravestone, Oak Ridge Cemetery, St. Pauls, NC.
Obituary
1930 Census
Last Edited: 23 Feb 2017

Parents:

Father: James Robert Regan 'Jim' b. 1860, d. 28 Mar 1934
Mother: Harriett Meares b. 1865

Family:

Mary Eliza Hester b. 15 Nov 1888, d. 27 May 1969

Children:

Vernon Cleveland Regan b. 19 Dec 1912, d. 31 Jul 1974
Evelyn Regan b. 25 Sep 1914
Flora Bell Regan b. 29 Aug 1924, d. 3 Sep 1924
infant (no name) Regan b. 30 May 1931, d. 30 May 1931

Mary Eliza Hester

F, #350, b. 15 November 1888, d. 27 May 1969
Gravestone, Oak Ridge Cemetery, St. Pauls, NC.
Obituary
Last Edited: 23 Feb 2017

Parents:

Father: Montgomery Robinson Hester b. 19 May 1854, d. 1 Feb 1927
Mother: Annie Eliza Gooden b. 18 Apr 1856, d. 24 Apr 1925

Family:

Kelly Cleveland Regan b. 10 Jan 1885, d. 14 Feb 1957

Children:

Vernon Cleveland Regan b. 19 Dec 1912, d. 31 Jul 1974
Evelyn Regan b. 25 Sep 1914
Flora Bell Regan b. 29 Aug 1924, d. 3 Sep 1924
infant (no name) Regan b. 30 May 1931, d. 30 May 1931

Flora Bell Regan

F, #351, b. 29 August 1924, d. 3 September 1924
Gravestone, Oak Ridge Cemetery, St. Pauls, NC.
Last Edited: 18 Feb 2012
  • Biography*: Belle? Gravestone has - Flora Bell Regan.
  • Birth*: Flora was born on 29 Aug 1924 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Flora died on 3 Sep 1924 at Robeson County, NC. Date Source: Gravestone..
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at St. Pauls, Robeson County, NC. Oak Ridge Cemetery, near the intersection of Route 20 and I95..

Parents:

Father: Kelly Cleveland Regan b. 10 Jan 1885, d. 14 Feb 1957
Mother: Mary Eliza Hester b. 15 Nov 1888, d. 27 May 1969

infant (no name) Regan

F, #352, b. 30 May 1931, d. 30 May 1931
Gravestone, Oak Ridge Cemetery, St. Pauls, NC.
Gravestone
Last Edited: 18 Feb 2012

Parents:

Father: Kelly Cleveland Regan b. 10 Jan 1885, d. 14 Feb 1957
Mother: Mary Eliza Hester b. 15 Nov 1888, d. 27 May 1969

Vernon Cleveland Regan

M, #353, b. 19 December 1912, d. 31 July 1974
Gravestone
WWII Draft card
Last Edited: 23 Feb 2017

Parents:

Father: Kelly Cleveland Regan b. 10 Jan 1885, d. 14 Feb 1957
Mother: Mary Eliza Hester b. 15 Nov 1888, d. 27 May 1969

Family:

Rachel Christina Horton b. 17 Sep 1903, d. 5 Jun 1984

Evelyn Regan

F, #354, b. 25 September 1914
Last Edited: 23 Feb 2017

Parents:

Father: Kelly Cleveland Regan b. 10 Jan 1885, d. 14 Feb 1957
Mother: Mary Eliza Hester b. 15 Nov 1888, d. 27 May 1969

Alla Elizabeth Regan 'Bettie or Betty'

F, #356, b. 10 December 1861, d. 22 February 1921
Last Edited: 3 Nov 2007
  • Biography*: Headstone inscription, Philadelphus Presbyterian Church, near Red Springs, NC. 1921. Allah Elizabeth (Bettie) Regan, born Dec. 10, 1861, died Feb. 22, 1921. She was the only daughter of Daniel and Annie Mariah Powers Regan. Her mother died when she was an infant and she was taken by Neill and Caroline Buie and reared as one of their children. She lived for others never thinking of self. She was a consistent member of Philadelphus Presbyterian Church.

    No marriage. Reared by Neil(1814-1880) and Caroline Buie.
  • Birth*: Alla was born on 10 Dec 1861.
  • Death*: Alla died on 22 Feb 1921 at age 59. Date Source: Gravestone..
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Red Springs, Robeson County, NC. Philadelphus Presbyterian Church cemetery..

Parents:

Father: Daniel Thomas Regan , Sr. b. 1840, d. c 1900
Mother: Annie Anne? Mariah Powers 'Moriah' b. 16 Oct 1827, d. 23 Jan 1864

Daniel Thomas Regan , Jr. 'Thomas' 'Tom'

M, #357, b. 29 December 1869, d. 5 October 1915
Gravestone.
1910 Census
Last Edited: 21 Sep 2014

Parents:

Father: Daniel Thomas Regan , Sr. b. 1840, d. c 1900
Mother: Melvina E. Thornton b. 1835

Family:

Emma Lena Campbell b. 5 Mar 1870, d. 18 May 1945

Children:

Daniel Clark Regan b. 8 Dec 1890, d. 19 Jan 1891
Lila Mazelle Regan+ b. 17 Mar 1892, d. 2 Feb 1936
George Hawley Regan , Sr.+ b. 18 Jul 1894, d. 24 Sep 1956
Walter Thomas Regan b. 17 Sep 1897, d. 22 May 1960
James Elmer Regan 'Elmer'+ b. 8 Nov 1900, d. 1958
Sallie Elizabeth Regan+ b. 8 Apr 1902, d. 21 Jun 1968
John Henry Regan b. 16 Apr 1904, d. 5 Jul 1910
Emma Belle Regan 'Belle' b. 13 Sep 1907, d. 31 Jul 1935

Emma Lena Campbell

F, #358, b. 5 March 1870, d. 18 May 1945
Gravestone
1935 FL Census
Last Edited: 21 Sep 2014

Parents:

Father: ?? Campbell b. c 1846
Mother: ?? ??

Family:

Daniel Thomas Regan , Jr. 'Thomas' 'Tom' b. 29 Dec 1869, d. 5 Oct 1915

Children:

Daniel Clark Regan b. 8 Dec 1890, d. 19 Jan 1891
Lila Mazelle Regan+ b. 17 Mar 1892, d. 2 Feb 1936
George Hawley Regan , Sr.+ b. 18 Jul 1894, d. 24 Sep 1956
Walter Thomas Regan b. 17 Sep 1897, d. 22 May 1960
James Elmer Regan 'Elmer'+ b. 8 Nov 1900, d. 1958
Sallie Elizabeth Regan+ b. 8 Apr 1902, d. 21 Jun 1968
John Henry Regan b. 16 Apr 1904, d. 5 Jul 1910
Emma Belle Regan 'Belle' b. 13 Sep 1907, d. 31 Jul 1935

Lila Mazelle Regan

F, #359, b. 17 March 1892, d. 2 February 1936
Gravestone
Last Edited: 21 Sep 2014

Parents:

Father: Daniel Thomas Regan , Jr. 'Thomas' 'Tom' b. 29 Dec 1869, d. 5 Oct 1915
Mother: Emma Lena Campbell b. 5 Mar 1870, d. 18 May 1945

Family:

Robert Fletcher Young b. 5 Oct 1881, d. 4 May 1955

Child:

Emma Doris Young b. 13 May 1919, d. 16 Mar 1921

Robert Fletcher Young

M, #360, b. 5 October 1881, d. 4 May 1955
Gravestone
Last Edited: 21 Sep 2014

Parents:

Father: James Benjamin Young b. 10 Jun 1849, d. 22 Oct 1922
Mother: Mary Elvira Melvin b. 26 Dec 1856, d. 11 Feb 1913

Family:

Lila Mazelle Regan b. 17 Mar 1892, d. 2 Feb 1936

Child:

Emma Doris Young b. 13 May 1919, d. 16 Mar 1921

George Hawley Regan , Sr.

M, #362, b. 18 July 1894, d. 24 September 1956
Gravestone
Last Edited: 3 Mar 2017

Parents:

Father: Daniel Thomas Regan , Jr. 'Thomas' 'Tom' b. 29 Dec 1869, d. 5 Oct 1915
Mother: Emma Lena Campbell b. 5 Mar 1870, d. 18 May 1945

Family:

Myra Burney b. 20 Jun 1893, d. 10 Nov 1974

Children:

William Thomas Regan+ b. 2 Nov 1914, d. 7 Nov 1987
John Henry Regan+ b. 11 May 1917, d. 9 Jan 1987
Dorothy Maxine Regan b. 26 Nov 1919, d. 25 Apr 1996
Myra Ileen Regan 'Ileen'+ b. 2 Oct 1921
George Herbert Regan+ b. 21 Apr 1924, d. 12 Jul 1996
Juanita Elizabeth Regan+ b. 27 Apr 1930, d. 16 Aug 1999

Juanita Elizabeth Regan

F, #368, b. 27 April 1930, d. 16 August 1999
Marriage License
Last Edited: 3 Mar 2017
  • Biography*: Name Source: Vernon Efird, Indiv.# 24316.

    Death record:
    Name: Juanita Elizabeth Efird
    [Juanita Elizabeth Regan]
    Gender: Female
    Race: White
    Hispanic Origin: Non-Hispanic
    Marital Status: Widowed
    Social Security Number: 237443620
    Father's Last Name: Regan
    Age: 70 Years
    Date of Birth: 27 Apr 1929
    Birth County: Stanly
    Birth State: North Carolina
    Residence City:
    Other Residence County: Forsyth
    Residence State: North Carolina
    Residence Zip Code: 27284
    Education: 4 years of college
    Occupation: Teachers, elementary school Industry: Elementary and secondary schools
    Date of Death: 1 Aug 1999
    Death City: Kernersville
    Death County: Forsyth
    Death State: North Carolina
    Institution: Nursing Home
    Attendant: Physician
    Burial Location: Burial in-state
    Recorded Date: 16 Aug 1999
    Source Vendor: North Carolina State Center for Health Statistics.
  • Birth*: Juanita was born on 27 Apr 1930 at Badin, NC. 27 Apr., 1929?.
  • Residence: She lived in 1930 at Albemarle, Stanly County, NC; 1930 Census, living with parents, listed as Juanita Regan.
  • Marriage*: She married Vernon Tola Efird , I on 11 Apr 1952.
  • Residence*: She resided in 1998 at Kernersville, NC, 27284-9203, 1004 Augusta Court, (919) 993-5936, from Dec 1992. 1004 Augusta Court, (919) 993-5936, from Dec 1992.
  • Death*: Juanita died on 16 Aug 1999 at Kernersville, Forsyth County, NC, at age 69. Date Source: Death record..
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Kernersville, Forsyth County, NC. Mount Gur Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: George Hawley Regan , Sr. b. 18 Jul 1894, d. 24 Sep 1956
Mother: Myra Burney b. 20 Jun 1893, d. 10 Nov 1974

Family:

Vernon Tola Efird , I b. 8 Nov 1924, d. 3 Jan 1995

Child:

Rebecca Elizabeth Efird 'Becky' b. 15 Apr 1955, d. 16 Dec 1982

James Elmer Regan 'Elmer'

M, #371, b. 8 November 1900, d. 1958
Regan Street in Greensboro, NC. Named for Elmer Regan.
Last Edited: 18 Feb 2012
  • Biography*: Regan Street in Greensboron, Guilford County, NC is named after him.
  • Birth*: James was born on 8 Nov 1900 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence*: He lived in 1910 at Hollow, Bladen County, NC; 1910 Census, living with parents.
  • Marriage*: He married Cora ?? circa 1925.
  • Death*: James died in 1958.
  • Burial*: His body was buried in 1958 at Washington, DC.

Parents:

Father: Daniel Thomas Regan , Jr. 'Thomas' 'Tom' b. 29 Dec 1869, d. 5 Oct 1915
Mother: Emma Lena Campbell b. 5 Mar 1870, d. 18 May 1945

Family:

Sallie Elizabeth Regan

F, #372, b. 8 April 1902, d. 21 June 1968
Last Edited: 23 Oct 2012

Parents:

Father: Daniel Thomas Regan , Jr. 'Thomas' 'Tom' b. 29 Dec 1869, d. 5 Oct 1915
Mother: Emma Lena Campbell b. 5 Mar 1870, d. 18 May 1945

Family:

T. Shepherd Thomas , Sr. b. c 1902

Children:

T. Shepherd Thomas , Jr. 'T.S,'+ b. 22 Dec 1924, d. 1974
Audrey Carolyn Thomas b. 21 Nov 1935

T. Shepherd Thomas , Sr.

M, #373, b. circa 1902
Last Edited: 18 Feb 2012

Family:

Sallie Elizabeth Regan b. 8 Apr 1902, d. 21 Jun 1968

Children:

T. Shepherd Thomas , Jr. 'T.S,'+ b. 22 Dec 1924, d. 1974
Audrey Carolyn Thomas b. 21 Nov 1935

T. Shepherd Thomas , Jr. 'T.S,'

M, #374, b. 22 December 1924, d. 1974
Last Edited: 18 Feb 2012
  • Birth*: T. was born on 22 Dec 1924.
  • Death*: T. died in 1974.

Parents:

Father: T. Shepherd Thomas , Sr. b. c 1902
Mother: Sallie Elizabeth Regan b. 8 Apr 1902, d. 21 Jun 1968

Emma Belle Regan 'Belle'

F, #376, b. 13 September 1907, d. 31 July 1935
Gravestone
1935 FL Census
Last Edited: 21 Sep 2014

Parents:

Father: Daniel Thomas Regan , Jr. 'Thomas' 'Tom' b. 29 Dec 1869, d. 5 Oct 1915
Mother: Emma Lena Campbell b. 5 Mar 1870, d. 18 May 1945

Family:

Oscar Neil Knightor b. 4 Apr 1906, d. 22 Sep 1963

Oscar Neil Knightor1

M, #377, b. 4 April 1906, d. 22 September 1963
Gravestone.
Last Edited: 21 Sep 2014

Family:

Emma Belle Regan 'Belle' b. 13 Sep 1907, d. 31 Jul 1935

Citations

  1. Singleton?

Elizabeth Minor

F, #378, b. 1811
Last Edited: 26 Apr 1998
  • Birth*: Elizabeth was born in 1811.
  • Marriage*: She married Richmond Mattaw on 6 Oct 1831.
  • Marriage*: She married Jacob Waitman 'Jake' on 29 May 1845.
  • Death*: Elizabeth died.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried.

Parents:

Father: Paschal Minor b. c 1807
Mother: Mary Helmstatter or Helmstetler 'Polly' b. c 1788

Family 1:

Family 2:

Jacob Waitman 'Jake' b. 1795, d. a 1860

Jane Wilson

F, #379, b. circa 1650
Last Edited: 16 Sep 2014
  • Birth*: Jane was born circa 1650.
  • Marriage*: She married Richard Gross in 1669 at Isle of Wight, VA. Marriages of Isle of Wight County, VA 1628 to 1800, Virginia Beach Main Library, 929.375554, page 21;

    Deed Book I, Isle of Wight, VA, Isle of Wight County Court House, Isle of Wight, VA, page 209;

    Will Book I, Isle of Wight, VA, Isle of Wight County Court House, Isle of Wight, VA, page 209..

Parents:

Father: John Wilson , Sr.
Mother: ?? ??

Family:

Richard Gross b. 1642, d. 1675

Children:

Thomas Gross+ d. c 1742
Jane Gross+ d. a 1726/27

John Wilson , Sr.

M, #380
Last Edited: 23 Jun 2013
  • Biography*: Page 21.
  • Birth*: John was born.
  • Marriage*: He married ?? ??.

Family:

?? ??

Children:

John Wilson , Jr. d. 1719
Jane Wilson+ b. c 1650

?? ??

F, #381
Last Edited: 15 Oct 2013

Family:

John Wilson , Sr.

Children:

John Wilson , Jr. d. 1719
Jane Wilson+ b. c 1650

Elizabeth W. ?? Wilson?

F, #382, b. circa 1635, d. after 1726/27
Last Edited: 11 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: 17 FEB., 1676/7.
    Order Book, 1671 to 1691, Surry County, VA, in custody of Surry Court House, Surry, VA. page 133. 17 Feb., 1676/7. Complaint being made to this Court that one Elizabeth Regan, the wife of Daniell Regan hath several times and in several places fomented many malignant and rebellious words tending to sedition, do hereby order that Samuell Judkins, Constable or his Headborough do forthwith carry the said Regan to the Common Whipping Place, and give her ten lashes on her bare back, well laid on.

    6 OCT., 1687.
    Book 3, Surry County, VA, in custody of Surry Court House, Surry, VA. Page 16. 6 Oct., 1687. Francis Regan and his mother, Elizabeth Regan appeared in Court and swore that the Inventory of The Daniell Regan Estate was correct. John Moring, John Watkins, Samuell Thompson.
  • Birth*: Elizabeth was born circa 1635.
  • Marriage*: She married Daniell Regan , Sr. in 1660.
  • Death*: Elizabeth died after 1726/27 at probably Surry County, VA. Ref. - She was a witness to her son Francis's Will in 1727.

Family:

Daniell Regan , Sr. b. c 1626, d. 1687

Children:

Francis Regan , Sr.+ b. 1662, d. 1727
Daniell Regan , Jr. b. c 1669, d. c 1720
John Regan b. c 1678, d. a 1696/97
Elizabeth Regan b. 24 May 1681
Jeremiah Regan b. c 1682, d. a 1698/99

Francis Regan , Jr.

M, #383, b. circa 1691
Last Edited: 16 Sep 2014
  • Biography*: Will Book 7, Surry County, VA, in custody of Surry Court House, Surry, VA. Page 748. 19 Mar., 1725/6. Francis Regan, Jr. is mentioned in his father's, Francis Regan, Sr., Will. Francis Regan, Jr. inherited a plantation that he was already living on and fifty acres of land on the Alderbush Branch. See Francis Regan, Sr. [Indv. Record #19].

    25 May, 1730.
    C. Torrence, The Edward Pleasants Valentine Papers, in custody of Virginia Beach Central Library, Virginia Beach, VA. Isle of Wight County Records. Deed Book 4, page 16. 25 May, 1730 Francis Regan, [Jr.] of Isle of Wight County, and Jane [Gross] Regan of Surry County, widow of Francis Regan, [Sr.] deceased, and mother of Francis Regan [Jr.] of Isle of Wight to William Ham of Isle of Wight, May 25, 1730, land adjacent to Thomas Smith.
  • Birth*: Francis was born circa 1691 at Surry County, VA. 1685? probably.
  • Marriage*: He married Jane ?? circa 1709.
  • Death*: Francis died at Surry County, VA.

Parents:

Father: Francis Regan , Sr. b. 1662, d. 1727
Mother: Jane Gross d. a 1726/27

Family:

Jane ??

Child:

Joseph Regan b. c 1710

Martha Regan

F, #384, b. circa 1711
Last Edited: 20 Oct 2013
  • Birth*: Martha was born circa 1711.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. c 1690, d. 1727
Mother: Elizabeth Gad b. c 1685, d. a 1726/27

Mary Regan

F, #385, b. circa 1712
Last Edited: 20 Oct 2013
  • Birth*: Mary was born circa 1712.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. c 1690, d. 1727
Mother: Elizabeth Gad b. c 1685, d. a 1726/27

Hannah Regan

F, #386, b. circa 1714
Last Edited: 20 Oct 2013
  • Birth*: Hannah was born circa 1714.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. c 1690, d. 1727
Mother: Elizabeth Gad b. c 1685, d. a 1726/27

Olive Regan

F, #387, b. circa 1715, d. circa 1797
Last Edited: 6 Apr 2012
  • Biography*: 3 DEC., 1753.
    Register of Deeds Office, Bladen County, NC, Deed Book 19. Page 566. 3 Dec., 1753. Olive [Regan] Cain is mentioned in the sale of 200 acres of land in Bladen County, NC between her husband William Cain, Sr. and her brother Joseph Regan, Jr. See Joseph Regan, Jr. [Indv. #24].

    10 FEB.,1781
    Olive is mentioned in her husband's Will.
  • Birth*: Olive was born circa 1715 at Bertie County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married William Cain , Sr. circa 1734.
  • Residence*: She resided in 1790 at Bladen County, NC.
  • Death*: Olive died circa 1797 at Robeson County, NC. Will dated 1797.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. c 1690, d. 1727
Mother: Elizabeth Gad b. c 1685, d. a 1726/27

Family:

William Cain , Sr. b. 1700, d. 27 Dec 1781

Children:

Samuel Cain , Sr.+ b. c 1733, d. a 1781
Mary Cain b. c 1736
Private James Cain , Sr.+ b. c 1738, d. 28 Mar 1826
John Cain b. c 1740, d. a 1798
William Cain , Jr. b. c 1742
Martha Cain b. c 1746
Olive Cain 'Olivia' b. c 1748
Hannah Cain b. c 1750

Daniel Regan , Sr.

M, #388, b. 1692, d. 1727
Last Edited: 20 Oct 2013
  • Biography*: 19 MAR., 1725/6.
    Will Book 7, Surry County, VA, in custody of Surry Court House, Surry, VA. Page 748. 19 Mar., 1725/6. Daniel Regan, is mentioned in his father's, Francis Regan, Sr., Will. Daniel Regan, inherited a plantation that he formerly lived in on the east side of the Meherring River. See Francis Regan, Sr. [Indv. Record #19].

    27 NOV., 1727.
    NC Will Book II, Clerk of Court's Office, Bladen County, NC. [Copy of original Will] page 400. Department of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC. [Original Will] 27 Nov., 1727. The Will reads as follows: In the Name of God, Amen. The Last Will and Testament of Daniel Regan, Sr. being very sick and weak but in perfect sense and memory thanks be to Almighty God for it this 27th day of November in the year of our Lord God 1727. First I give and bequeave my soul to Almighty God in hopes of a Glorious Resurrection to Eternal life and my body to be decently born to the ground and buried and as for all my worldly goods that God his mercy hath endowed me with thus I bestow as follows: Item: I give and bequeave to my son Daniel Regan, Jr. my plantation whereon I now live and all the land thereunto belonging to him and heirs and one Bible and one young horse of three years old and my gun and do make him at age at the years of eighteen to enter into his possession and to receive his legacy. Item. I give and bequeave one hundred acres of land on the lower side of the Mill Swamp bounded as follows - beginning at Joseph Richardson's line on the said swamp and down the main run of the swamp to a branch and go up a line markt trees holding that same width as it is at the swamp to the head line and along that said head line to Joseph Richardson's line and down that to first station be it a hundred acres more or less to Thomas Goodson. Item: I give and bequeave to my brother Thomas Regan [Indv. #389] one hundred acres of land on the lower side of the Mill Swamp joining on the ? swamp and also my wearing clothes. Item: I give and bequeave to my daughter Anne and my daughter Sarah the remaining part of my land, on the lower side of the Mill Swamp that does not belong to Thomas Goodson and my brother Thomas Regan to be equally divided by two indifferent men on either side chose to them and their heirs and I give to my daughter Anne two cows and calves and her Bible and also I give two cows and calves to my daughter Sarah. Item: I give and bequeave to my daughter Mary one cow and calf. Item: I give and bequeave to my daughter Priscilla one cow and calf. Item: I give and bequeave to my loving wife, Sarah Regan all the rest of my personal estate with indoors and without and do desire and appoint her to be my whole and sole Executrix of this my Last Will and Testament. Witness my hand and seal the day and date above written. Daniel (X) Regan (seal) his marks and seal William Baldwin, Jurat his Thomas (X) Regan [Daniel's brother] mark.
  • Birth*: Daniel was born in 1692 at probably Surry County, VA.
  • Marriage*: He married Sarah ?? circa 1712.
  • Death*: Daniel died in 1727 at Bladen County, NC. Will dated 27 Nov., 1727.

Parents:

Father: Francis Regan , Sr. b. 1662, d. 1727
Mother: Jane Gross d. a 1726/27

Family:

Sarah ?? b. c 1692, d. a 1726/27

Children:

Daniel Regan , Jr. b. 1712, d. a 1726/27
Mary Regan b. 1713, d. a 1726/27
Sarah Regan b. 1714, d. a 1726/27
Priscilla Regan b. 1716, d. a 1726/27
Anne Regan b. 1717, d. a 1726/27

Thomas Regan

M, #389, b. circa 1693, d. after 1726/27
Last Edited: 11 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: 19 MAR., 1725/6.
    Will Book 7, Surry County, VA, in custody of Surry Court House, Surry, VA. Page 748. 19 Mar., 1725/6. Thomas Regan, is mentioned in his father's, Francis Regan, Sr., Will.

    27 NOV., 1727.
    NC Will Book II, Clerk of Court's Office, Bladen County, NC. [Copy of original Will] Page 400. Department of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC. [Original Will] 27 Nov., 1727. Thomas Regan inherited 100 acres of land on the lower side of Mill Swamp, Bladen County, NC, from his brother, Daniel Regan, Sr. He is also the witness to his brother's Will. See Daniel Regan, Sr. [Record #388].
  • Birth*: Thomas was born circa 1693 at Surry County, VA. 1689? probably.1
  • Death*: Thomas died after 1726/27.

Parents:

Father: Francis Regan , Sr. b. 1662, d. 1727
Mother: Jane Gross d. a 1726/27

Citations

  1. [S1271] 1689? probably.

Sarah ??

F, #390, b. circa 1692, d. after 1726/27
Last Edited: 20 Oct 2013
  • Biography*: NC Will Book II, Clerk of Court's Office, Bladen County, NC. [Copy of original Will] Page 400. Department of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC. [Original Will] 27 Nov., 1727. Sarah is mentioned in her husband's, Daniel Regan, Sr., Will. See Daniel Regan, Sr. [Record #388]
  • Birth*: Sarah was born circa 1692.
  • Marriage*: She married Daniel Regan , Sr. circa 1712.
  • Death*: Sarah died after 1726/27.

Family:

Daniel Regan , Sr. b. 1692, d. 1727

Children:

Daniel Regan , Jr. b. 1712, d. a 1726/27
Mary Regan b. 1713, d. a 1726/27
Sarah Regan b. 1714, d. a 1726/27
Priscilla Regan b. 1716, d. a 1726/27
Anne Regan b. 1717, d. a 1726/27

Daniel Regan , Jr.

M, #391, b. 1712, d. after 1726/27
Last Edited: 19 Feb 2012
  • Biography*: 27 NOV., 1727. NC Will Book II, Clerk of Court's Office, Bladen County, NC. [Copy of original Will] Page 400. Department of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC. [Original Will] 27 Nov., 1727. Daniel Regan, Jr. inherited a Bible and his father's, Daniel Regan, Sr., plantation in Bladen County, NC. See Daniel Regan, Sr. [Indv. #388].
  • Birth*: Daniel was born in 1712.
  • Death*: Daniel died after 1726/27.

Parents:

Father: Daniel Regan , Sr. b. 1692, d. 1727
Mother: Sarah ?? b. c 1692, d. a 1726/27

Anne Regan

F, #392, b. 1717, d. after 1726/27
Last Edited: 26 Apr 1998
  • Biography*: 27 NOV., 1727. NC Will Book II, Clerk of Court's Office, Bladen County, NC. [Copy of original Will] Page 400. Department of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC. [Original Will] 27 Nov., 1727. Anne inherited a Bible and land on the lower side of Mill Swamp, NC, from her father, Daniel Regan, Sr. See Daniel Regan, Sr. [Record #388].1
  • Birth*: Anne was born in 1717.
  • Death*: Anne died after 1726/27.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried.

Parents:

Father: Daniel Regan , Sr. b. 1692, d. 1727
Mother: Sarah ?? b. c 1692, d. a 1726/27

Citations

  1. [S1270] Date? Per 1900 census, Bladen County, NC.

Sarah Regan

F, #393, b. 1714, d. after 1726/27
Last Edited: 28 Jul 2013
  • Biography*: 27 NOV., 1727.
    NC Will Book II, Clerk of Court's Office, Bladen County, NC. [Copy of original Will] Page 400. Department of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC. [Original Will] 27 Nov., 1727. Sarah inherited land on the lower side of the Mill Swamp, NC, from her father, Daniel Regan, Sr. See Daniel Regan, Sr.'s. [Record #388].
  • Birth*: Sarah was born in 1714.
  • Death*: Sarah died after 1726/27.

Parents:

Father: Daniel Regan , Sr. b. 1692, d. 1727
Mother: Sarah ?? b. c 1692, d. a 1726/27

Mary Regan

F, #394, b. 1713, d. after 1726/27
Last Edited: 26 Apr 1998
  • Biography*: 27 NOV., 1727. NC Will Book II, Clerk of Court's Office, Bladen County, NC. [Copy of original Will] Page 400. Department of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC. [Original Will] 27 Nov., 1727. Mary Regan is mentioned in her father's, Daniel Regan, Sr., Will. See Daniel Regan, Sr. [Record #388]
  • Birth*: Mary was born in 1713.
  • Death*: Mary died after 1726/27.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried.

Parents:

Father: Daniel Regan , Sr. b. 1692, d. 1727
Mother: Sarah ?? b. c 1692, d. a 1726/27

Priscilla Regan

F, #395, b. 1716, d. after 1726/27
Last Edited: 26 Apr 1998
  • Biography*: 27 NOV., 1727. NC Will Book II, Clerk of Court's Office, Bladen County, NC. [Copy of original Will] Page 400. Department of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC. [Original Will] 27 Nov., 1727. Priscilla Regan is mentioned in her father's, Daniel Regan, Sr., Will. See Daniel Regan, Sr. [Record #388]
  • Birth*: Priscilla was born in 1716.
  • Death*: Priscilla died after 1726/27.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried.

Parents:

Father: Daniel Regan , Sr. b. 1692, d. 1727
Mother: Sarah ?? b. c 1692, d. a 1726/27

Joseph Regan , Sr.

M, #396, b. 1769, d. 11 August 1843
Last Edited: 24 Oct 2016
  • Biography*: Reference: Sam West, Nash Odom

    Occupation: Planter.

    Church Affiliation: Methodist.

    14 AUG., 1795.
    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. Pages 39-40. 14 Aug. 1795. Joseph Regan is mentioned in his father's, Captain Ralph Regan, Will. Joseph Regan inherited 400 acres of land on the North side of the Ten Mile Swamp. Joseph was also one of the Executors for the Will. See Captain Ralph Regan [Indv. #26].

    3 FEB., 1803.
    Elmer T. Clark, The Journal and Letters of Francis Asbury, 1794 to 1816, Editor in Chief, Abingdon Press, Nashville, 1958, Page 380 [page 378 in latter version]. 3 Feb., 1803. Bishop Francis Asbury, America's first Methodist Bishop visited Joseph Regan's house. The text reads as follows: "Next day (Wednesday)[Feb. 1, 1803], we had a rainy ride of fifteen miles to Lumberton, which I had not visted for some years. I was present at its foundation and nomination: there are now, I suppose, about twenty families, and a hundred buildings; an academy, which serves also as a church; a very good prison, and a court house, it being the county town of Robeson. Its property is much owing to the navigation of Drowning Creek, down which lumber and other articles are conveyed to Georgetown, and thence frequently the merchandise is sent to Charleston. Nicholas Snethen preached; I only exhorted: Presbyterian ministers, Brown and M'Nare, attended; I had a Christian interview with them, and I learned with pleasure that their labours had been owned and blessed among the Scotch Presbyterians. We lodged at Robert Haille's. We have a small society in this town. Drowning Creek (so called from the drowning of some Indians) is the northeast branch of Pee Dee River...
    Thursday, 3. I preached at Riggin's Chapel [Regan Church] in a powerful gale of wind. My subject was Acts 11, 23. Daniel Brown gave an energetic exhortation. I ordained William Glover to the office of deacon. After dining at Joseph Riggin's [Joseph Regan], we went on to Frederick Miller's at Mine Creek. I was very unwell today; I could not eat, yet I was compelled to labour under great mental dejection."

    10 APR., 1843.
    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book pages 430-434. 10 Apr., 1843. The Will reads as follows:
    In Name of God Amen. I, Joseph Regan, Sr. of the State of North Carolina and County of Robeson being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory blessed be God for his mercies and calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for man once to die do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament in form and in manner as follows. To Witness, principally and first of all, I recommend my soul into the hand of Almighty God who give it and my body to the Earth to be buried in a descent and a Christian like manner at the discretion of my Executors herein after mentioned nothing doubting but to receive the same again at the General Resurrection by His Mighty Power of God and as touching such worldly goods as it has pleased God to bless me. I give devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form:

    Item 1st - I lend unto my beloved wife Sarah Regan the land and plantation whereon I now live containing 385 acres including of five different surveys all joining with the privilege of all of my back land on this sect- of the fork of the Wild Cat Branch designated as Matthew Bagget line thence up said Branch until it joins the land on which Charles Mussellwhite [Indv. #530] lives and that line out to the road leading from here to Lumberton and also all my negros, stock of horses, cattle, hogs, and Sh-ck Goats and poultry of every kind with the household and kitchen furniture except as herein after directed with all my plantation tools that my Executors believe will be of service on the plantation. I also give her two notes of hand on her nephew Dugald McLauchlin amounting interest and principal to upwards of 500 dollars for her own use and support and to be disposed of as she pleases and also my whole crop of born fodder peas, potatoes and provisions on hand -- and all the crop of every kind that will be of any use to the family with what money I have on hand after my just debts are paid and if she should chance to marry that she shall still hold the same during her natural life with this exception. Should she marry a man that is likely to spend the property or bring her to suffer, in such case, it is expressly my will and desire that my Executors if living both or either of them if not some discrete person of my heirs to be appointed by the County Court of said County as administrators for my said estate so that this Will --ered whose duty it shall be to ---- into bond in doubts the supposed amount of what my said estate may then be worth with good and sufficient security and to take into his or her possession and to hire out the negros belonging to my said estate and sell such of said property as is liable to be lost, or wasted and if she my beloved wife Sarah should see fit to leave this plantation in that case it is my will and desire for my Executors either or both if living if not for the Administrator aforesaid to rent out said plantation annually first advertising the sam- agreeable to law and at all times supply her my beloved wife Sarah with a plentiful support and it is further my will and desire that in case that the negros do not obey their said mistress and be industrious and make a plentiful support for their selves and mistress. Then and in that case for my Executors to hire out and supply my beloved companion with a plentiful support during of her natural life. Also my stit- and sterling utensils with all the barrels stands to be for the use of the plantation.

    Item 2nd - I give and bequeath to my son Robert A. Regan all the notes, Judgments and accounts of every kind that shall be found in my possession with all other debts due from him to me which debts if even a-sertained well amount to about 300 dollars and that such debts be given up to him as his share of my estate except as hereafter mentioned.

    Item 3rd - I give and bequeath to my beloved son Daniel A. Regan, 100 acres of land situated, lying and being on the East side of the road leading from here to Lumberton, joining the land of Shadrack Howell known as the Slone? land to be laid of the road being one line the line runs South of survey nearly East and West -bouse including where John Davis now lives - being the Southern part of said survey to be laid of as shall suit him -hy him to be freely possessed and enjoyed with all the advantages thereon belonging or in any way and ascertaining.

    4 Item - I give and bequeath unto my beloved son Eli Regan 60 acres of land situated, lying and being in said county of Robeson on the North West side of the Wild Cat Branch adjoining the lands of Shadrack Howell's old Wild Cat places and also the lands of Col. Neill Regan and should he the said Eli Regan marry before the death of my beloved wife Sarah that it is my will and desire that he have the use of that part of my land and plantation adjoining the lands and apart of the plantation of Col. Neill Regan from where my land joins his plantation to the beginning ditch which is now cut and runs through a part of my plantation and after the death of my beloved wife Sarah I give and bequeath to the said Eli Regan the whole of my plantation whereon I now reside containing of 385 acres by him to be freely possessed to the use and benefit of him and his heirs and assigned forever.

    5 Item - It is my will and desire that my son in-law John Bryan be released from the payment of debts and demands which I have against him for money paid by me for him to Doctors for medical aid for his wife and child and for the burial expenses of his wife Martha and all other claims or demands which I have against him to the amount of 50 dollars or more which is to be considered as his share of my estate.

    6 Item - I give and bequeath to my granddaughter Sarah Jane Byran the bed and furniture that was called hers since the death of her mother to be given to her at any time she may call for it after my decrease and by her to be freely possessed and enjoyed.

    7 Item - I give and bequeath to my son Ralph Regan my -tilt and sterling utensils that is in his possession free of all other claims whatsoever as his lawful property.

    8th Item - I give and bequeath to my two sons - Joseph and John Regan my -lite and sterling utensils that now is in the --ave of Amos Howell as their lawful property share and share alike to be used and possessed as they shalt see fit. Yet, I wish them to keep it themselves.

    9 Item - It is further my will and desire that after the death of my beloved wife that my executors shall take charge of all the negros that I here name them (to wit) Hannah, Jack, Neill, Pegg, Mary, Rachel, Isaac, Henry and Dugald with all their increase if any until that time with all the back land belonging to my estate with all the remaining stock of every kind household and kitchen furniture and plantation tools and all of such property as cannot be conveniently valued and divided they shall give sufficient notice as required by law -a b-edit at least six months and sell said property which cannot be divided without sale to the highest bidder and shall add the amount thereof to the valuation of the land, negros and stock of every kind and cause the same to be divided as follows - to wit - To my beloved daughters Elizabeth S. Byrant, Nancy Evans, Amelia Baker, Sarah Smith and Dorothy Thompson 100 dollars each to be paid them in negro property or otherwise out of my said estate.

    10 Item - To my granddaughters Sarah Jane Bryan, I give and bequeath 50 dollars to be her and her heirs to be paid her in money or any other property that will suit and the remainder of my property to be equally divided share and share alike between all of my children namely to my beloved sons Ralph Regan, John A. Regan, Joseph Regan, Daniel Regan, Eli Regan and to my beloved daughters Elizabeth S. Bryant, Nancy Evans, Amelia Baker, Sarah Smith and Dorothy Thompson to be freely each of them possessed and enjoyed theirs and assigns forever and should it so happen that at the division of my estate as aforesaid that it exceeds in value more than 300 dollars for each of my aforesaid five daughters viz Elizabeth S. Bryant, Nancy Evans, Amelia Baker, Sarah Smith, and Dorothy Thompson and more than 200 dollars for each of my last mentioned two sons in that case it is my will and desire that my son Robert A. Regan receive his proportionable part of the last remaining balance to be his and his heirs and assigns forever.

    11 Item - It is further my will and desire if Matthew Bagget pay to my executers 36 dollars balance due for the land that he lives on, on or before the first day of January, 1845. They are hereby authorized to make him a deed for 100 acres of land including the plantation whereon he now resides, in their own name and if not paid for that the said land to be as a part of my real estate and to be divided with my other back land as aforesaid among my heirs and if they receive said 36 dollars to be kept at interest until the whole estate is settled for after the death of my wife.

    12 Item - And I hereby constitute and ordain my beloved and trusty sons Joseph S. J. Regan and Eli T. Regan executors to this my Last Will and Testament in witness which of I have hereunto set my hand and seal this tenth day of April A.D. one thousand eight hundred and forty three. Jo Regan, Sr (seal) Signed, sealed, published and declared by the said Joseph Regan to be his Last Will and Testament in presence of -i-- Sdh Howell Neill Regan [Indv. #659].
  • Birth*: Joseph was born in 1769 at Bladen/Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Sarah Malloy circa 1794 at Robeson County, NC. Probably.
  • Marriage*: He married Sarah McLaughlin on 20 Oct 1834 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Joseph died on 11 Aug 1843 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Probate: Joseph's will was probated at Robeson County, NC, in Aug 1843.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Robeson County, NC. Regan Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Captain Ralph Regan b. c 1736, d. 1795
Mother: Darphe Millie? Thomas 'Dollie' b. c 1748, d. 1795

Family 1:

Sarah Malloy b. c 1774, d. c 1832

Children:

Ralph Regan , Sr.+ b. 27 Sep 1796, d. 17 Apr 1861
Elizabeth Spann Regan+ b. 27 Oct 1798, d. 12 Feb 1877
Robert Anderson Alexander? Regan , Sr.+ b. 11 Jun 1800, d. 15 Jun 1853
Martha Regan+ b. 14 Jun 1802, d. c 1832
Nancy Spann Regan+ b. 29 Jul 1804, d. 20 Sep 1874
Amelia Regan 'Millie'+ b. 6 Nov 1806, d. 19 Aug 1896
Sarah P. Regan+ b. 6 Oct 1808, d. 20 Jan 1883
John A. Regan b. 11 Jul 1810, d. 1847
Joseph Samuel Jenkins Regan+ b. 7 Aug 1812, d. 13 Dec 1883
Eli Terry Regan+ b. 5 Aug 1817, d. 5 Jul 1888
Daniel Asbury Regan+ b. Aug 1817, d. 1876
Andrew Regan b. 12 Jul 1820
Dorothy Regan 'Dolly'+ b. 12 Nov 1821, d. 1858

Family 2:

Sarah McLaughlin b. c 1784, d. c 1850

Samuel Regan or Riggans

M, #397, b. circa 1770, d. May 1819
Last Edited: 9 Jan 2016
  • Biography*: NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. Pages 39-40. 14 Aug. 1795. Samuel Regan is mentioned in his father's, Captain Ralph Regan, Will. Samuel Regan inherited 400 acres of land on the Wildcat Branch. See Captain Ralph Regan [Indv. #26].

    Samuel was of Beauford Co., SC then Pulaski Co., GA.
  • Birth*: Samuel was born circa 1770 at Bladen/Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Martha? ?? circa 1790 at Robeson County, NC. Probably.
  • Death*: Samuel died in May 1819 at Laurens County, GA. Pulaski County, GA?
  • Burial*: His body was buried at GA. Probably.

Parents:

Father: Captain Ralph Regan b. c 1736, d. 1795
Mother: Darphe Millie? Thomas 'Dollie' b. c 1748, d. 1795

Family:

Martha? ?? b. c 1770

Children:

Catherine Regan 'Catey' b. 28 May 1795
Elizabeth Regan b. c 1802
Charles H. Regan+ b. 11 Jan 1805, d. Jul 1886
Harriett Riggans+ b. 1808, d. Dec 1880
Daniel Regan b. 1809
Caroline Regan b. c 1815

Daniel Regan

M, #398, b. circa 1767, d. 19 September 1827
Last Edited: 16 Nov 2014
  • Biography*: 1790 census. Daniel is listed in the Fayette District, Robeson County, NC

    Daniel and Mary left NC shortly after 1794, and by 1800 he was living in Beaufort County, SC.

    14 AUG., 1795.
    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. Pages 39-40. 14 Aug. 1795. Daniel Regan is mentioned in his father's, Captain Ralph Regan, Will. Daniel Regan inherited his father's part of the Plantation possessed his grandmother Anne Regan See Captain Ralph Regan [Record #26].

    1800.
    1800 census. Daniel is listed in the 1800 Beaufort County, SC census. He moved there between 1794-1800 and remained in SC until circa 1804.

    By Dec. 1805, Daniel and Mary were in GA where he served as a grand juror.

    He lived in Laurens County, GA in 1807 and moved to Pulaski County, GA in 1808 or 1809.

    He was quite active in the affairs of the newly-created Pulaski County, GA, serving on numerous juries and performing other minor civic duties.
    In 1807, Daniel and Mary were living in Laurens County, GA, and were in Pulaski County, GA by 1808/1809.
    He was from Beauford Co., SC then Pulaski Co., GA.

    Will, Pulaski County, GA, page 92.
    State of Georgia.
    In the name of God, Amen.
    I, Daniel Regan, of said State and County of Pulaski considering the mortality of my body and being of perfect and sound mind and memory - Do hereby, declare the following to be my last will and testament to wit,
    I recommend my spirit to the God who gave it and my body to the dust from whence it was taken. As it respects the things of this world with which a kind providence hath blessed me, I request my disposed in manner and form following (viz)
    Item 1st - I request that my just debts and burial expenses be paid out of the cash or perishable property not here in after disposed of.
    Item 2nd - I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Mary Regan one half of all my lands lying in the County of Pulaski twenty second district, being number ninety one, ninety two, ? eighty nine containing in all five hundred six and one ? one forth acres, the half designed for her to embrace the upper part and contain two hundred and fifty three acres subject to her own proper use during her nature life.
    Item 3rd - I also give and bequeath to my beloved wife Mary Regan during her natural life two negroes Jim and Judith, also one half of all my livestock, also as much of my household and kitchen furniture as she thinks proper to keep - also her choice out of my hssess? also such of my plantation and farming tools ?implements as she may wish to keep.
    Item 4th - I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter Elizabeth Ann Regan her heirs and assigns forever, one feather bed and furniture, two cows and calves and ten dollars in cash.
    Item 5th - I will and request that all my property that is not herein given in special legacies be sold in the most advantageous terms (except my lands) and out of the proceeds of such sale that the sum of three hundred dollars be paid my Executors to each of my daughters following (viz) Emily Smith, Martha Tanner, Olive Brown and Charlotte Savage.
    Item 6th - I also give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Ann Regan a negro girl about three years old named Angeline to her, her heirs and assigns forever.
    Item 7th - I give unto my two sons Joseph and Elias Regan, the privilege of cultivating for their own use the lower half of my lands mentioned in the 2nd item hereof for and during the term of the natural life of my wife Mary Regan.
    Item 8th - I give and bequeath to my Joseph Regan's four eldest children my two lots in the town of Hartford?, Pulaski County, to be sold on the most advantageous terms and the money arising from said sale to be applied sole for their benefit.
    Item 9 - I give and bequeath to my two sons Joseph and Elias Regan after the death of my wife, Mary Regan, all my lands as above described to them their heirs and assigns forever.
    Item 10 - I request and appoint that after the death of my beloved wife, Mary Regan, all the property therein left her except the land be sold and equally divided amongst all my children or their heirs.
    And I do hereby revoke and nullify all other and do declare this to be my last will and testament and advise? and appoint that my wife Mary Regan and Joseph Regan and Green Brown, be my executors to carry into effect according to the true intent and meaning thereof, this my last will and testament.
    In testimony whereof I have hereto set my hand and affixed my seal this seventeenth day of May ... (next page - don't have.)
  • Birth*: Daniel was born circa 1767 at Bladen County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Mary Rozier circa 1789 at Bladen/Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence*: Daniel Regan lived in 1790 at Robeson County, NC; 1790 Census, listed as Daniel Regan, lived near parents.
  • Death*: Daniel died on 19 Sep 1827 at Pulaski County, GA.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Pulaski County, GA.

Parents:

Father: Captain Ralph Regan b. c 1736, d. 1795
Mother: Darphe Millie? Thomas 'Dollie' b. c 1748, d. 1795

Family:

Mary Rozier b. c 1770, d. 4 May 1846

Children:

Joseph Regan+ b. c 1790, d. 14 Dec 1839
Emillia Regan 'Emily'+ b. c 1795, d. c 1880
Elias Daniel Regan+ b. 1802, d. 15 Apr 1838
Olive Regan b. c 1802
Martha Regan b. c 1802, d. a 1860
Charlotte Regan+ b. c 1807, d. 1860
Mary Elizabeth Ann Regan or Riggins 'Elizabeth'+ b. Jul 1810, d. Sep 1854

Richard Regan

M, #399, b. circa 1777, d. circa 1810
Last Edited: 16 Nov 2014
  • Biography*: NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. Pages 39-40. 14 Aug. 1795. Richard Regan is mentioned in his father's, Captain Ralph Regan, Will. Richard Regan inherited his father's Plantation and the land adjoining it after his mother's death. See Captain Ralph Regan [Record #26].

    Richard was of South West, GA.

    No marriage.
  • Birth*: Richard was born circa 1777 at Bladen/Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Richard died circa 1810 at Robeson County, NC. Probably.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Robeson County, NC. Probably.

Parents:

Father: Captain Ralph Regan b. c 1736, d. 1795
Mother: Darphe Millie? Thomas 'Dollie' b. c 1748, d. 1795

Sarah P. Regan

F, #400, b. 16 April 1779, d. 4 October 1857
Gravestone
foot stone
Last Edited: 9 Jan 2016
  • Biography*: 14 AUG., 1795.
    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. Pages 39-40. 14 Aug. 1795. Sarah Regan is mentioned in her father's, Captain Ralph Regan, Will. Sarah Regan inherited some land with the amount to be specified at the estate division. See Captain Ralph Regan [Record #26].
  • Birth*: Sarah was born on 16 Apr 1779 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married Rev. Francis Parker on 5 Jan 1797 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married Josiah Singletary on 9 Jul 1833.
  • Death*: Sarah died on 4 Oct 1857 at Bladen County, NC, at age 78. Date Source: Gravestone.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Robeson County, NC. In an abandoned graveyard, rural road #1969, 4 miles from Tobermory, NC.

Parents:

Father: Captain Ralph Regan b. c 1736, d. 1795
Mother: Darphe Millie? Thomas 'Dollie' b. c 1748, d. 1795

Family 1:

Rev. Francis Parker b. c 1763, d. 1830

Children:

Mary Ann Maryann? Parker b. 6 Feb 1798, d. c 1817
Martha Parker+ b. 27 May 1799, d. c 1880
Ralph Regan Parker+ b. 24 Mar 1802, d. 8 Dec 1861
Ammila Emelia? Amelia? Emily? Thomas Parker+ b. 31 Mar 1804, d. 3 Jan 1862
?? Parker b. c 1806
Harriote Harriett? Harriette? Hale Parker+ b. 25 Sep 1809, d. 30 Mar 1883
Sarah Regan Parker+ b. 17 Aug 1812, d. 20 Jun 1849

Family 2:

Josiah Singletary b. 24 Oct 1763, d. 18 Sep 1843