The Children of Robert Leonard & Honor Pritchard
Robert Leonard & Kate York
The Thomas Leonard Bible has two entries for the birth of Robert: 14 Feb 1747 and 10 Oct 1760, along with a third date of 14 Feb 1777 with no name attached. As the earliest date is unlikely to be the birthday of either Robert Senior or Robert Junior, Francis West, among others, has concluded that there was a sibling named Robert who died young and that the Robert born in 1760 was named after this sibling. Was this earlier Robert the child of an earlier wife? Thomas Dunlap Leonard stated that Robert was the oldest child. The 1800 Census would indicate a birth year between 1755 and 1775. According to Bill Lindsey, the 1830 Census shows Robert to have been born 1760-1770. The likeliest birth date is thus 10 Oct 1760.
c. 1782: Robert married Kate York, supposedly in Maryland. Kate was described by Thomas Dunlap Leonard as being "of Maryland". Audrey Mathews, however, claims a marriage year of 1781 in SC and that the bride's name was Catherine.
1790 Census, Pendleton County, SC (96th Dist): Robert Lennard was enumerated with 1 white male over 16, 1 under; 1 female; 0 slaves.
1800 Census, Pendleton District, SC: 4 males under 10, 1 10-16, 1 26-45; 1 female under 10, 1 26-45; 0 slaves.
He and Kate reportedly moved to Lincoln County, TN in 1806, settling on "one of the prongs of Cane Creek". That area became Marshall County in 1836.
1820 Census, Lincoln County, TN: 2 males 10-16, 2 16-26, 1 26-45, 1 over 45; 1 female 10-16, 1 16-26, 1 over 45.
Robert and Kate are both buried in the family cemetery in Marshall County, TN.
Children of Robert M. and Kate York Leonard:
William Leonard (1793 - 1 Aug 1876; m. Sarah McBride 27 Mar 1817)
Honor Leonard (m. 1st Hays Blair c. 1817, m. 2nd William Mathews c. 1820)
Riley Leonard (c. 1802 - c. 1860; m. 1st Rachel Norwood, m. 2nd Elizabeth Mathews)
Thomas Lawan Leonard ( - 8 Sep 1857)
Thomas Leonard & Hannah Elizabeth James
15 Oct 1752: According to family tradition, Thomas was born in MD. Ann Gill claims a birth year of 1762.
2 Nov 1752: Hannah Elizabeth James was born in MD, the daughter of Griffith and Mary James. Jane Wallace Alford claimed a date of 2 May 1752. According to Thomas Dunlap Leonard, Hannah was "born and raised in Maryland", although her parents were from Wales. Family tradition claims that Hannah was a cousin of "Mad" Anthony Wayne whose family came from Chester County, PA. There certainly does seems to have been a connection. Joseph James witnessed a deed of Anthony Wayne, the general's grandfather, in Chester County in 1739.
6 Jan 1776: Thomas Leonard was serving in the 1st Militia Company, Frederick County, MD from the Elizabethtown District. But is this our Thomas Leonard?
c. 14 Feb 1777: Thomas and Hannah were married in MD. Alford provides a marriage year of c. 1782; Jackie Leonard claims c. 1785, with a birth date for oldest child Robert of 1789; but Thomas Dunlap Leonard was very definite in his claim of 14 Feb 1777 as Robertís actual birth date, in spite of eldest son Robert's birth date of 4 Feb 1777.
Thomas and Hannah reportedly lived in MD for several years after their marriage, then migrated with the rest of the family to SC, presumably after the Revolutionary War.
Thomas witnessed a deed between John Landers and [Hannah's brother-in-law] Samuel Deane on Big Generositee of the Savannah River in SC at an unknown date.
1790 Census, Pendleton County, SC (Ninety-Sixth District): Thomas Lennard was listed with 1 white male over 16, 6 under; 1 female; 0 slaves.
25 Jun 1792: He was a petit juror in Pendleton County through 29 Jun, along with Joab Mauldin. On 26 June Thomas served on the jury that found John Lauderdale guilty of larceny, sentencing him to 39 lashes. John Lauderdale was the father of Sarah Lauderdale, who married Thomas Leonard Junior. Sarahís mother was Millie Mauldin.
17 Jun 1794: Along with [father-in-law] Griffith James, Thomas Lenard witnessed a deed from Jacob Herring to Samuel Dean for 125 acres on Big Generostee. The conveyance was proved by Thomas on 26 Oct 1797.
7 May 1796: He sold 160 acres on Generositee Creek to James Long.
1800 Census, Pendleton District, SC: 2 males under 10, 5 10-16, 1 over 45; 1 female under 10, 1 over 45; 2 slaves.
6 Mar 1801: "Thomas Lineard of Pendleton" purchased 640 acres on both sides of Wollenoy Creek from James Kilgore of Greenville District for $1,000. Witnesses: Colin Campbell and James Coffey. It was proved by Colin 22 Feb 1802. Colin was Thomasí brother-in-law, the husband of Mary Ann Leonard.
1806: The family was thought to have moved to Lincoln County, TN that year, but they may actually have moved first to Bedford County as evidenced by the deed of 21 Sep 1809. Three of their children were already married at this time.
6 Jan 1808: Thomas sold 100 acres on Crow Creek in Pendleton to Samuel Copeland.
24 Oct 1808: He sold 506 acres in Pendleton to William Glenn.
21 Sep 1809: Thomas Leonard "of Bedford County, TN" purchased 640 acres "on the waters of Cane Creek, a north branch of the Elk River", in the Second District of Lincoln County, TN adjoining a survey in the name of the heirs of Joshua Lawrence from Anthony Foster of Davidson County for $510. It was witnessed by [sons] Gifford and Thomas Leonard, and proved on 23 Aug 1810. According to Jane Waller, this land was on the middle fork of Cane Creek. This area became part of Marshall County in 1836.
"It was Thomas and Hannah Leonard who established the 'Leonard Homestead'. The dwelling was a low, rambling structure with wide porches and was constructed of logs and clapboard. At the end of one of the walks is the Leonard Family Graveyard. It is on a small hill overlooking a lake". This homestead burned down about 1970, although photos do exist. The land is now in the possession of Tom Wilson, a descendant.
28 May 1810: Thomas Linard registered the purchase of 230 acres from Anthony Foster. The witnesses were Griffith and Thomas Leonard.
3 May 1811: He was appointed to a jury to view and mark off a road, "the nearest and best way from Fayetteville to the dividing ridge".
1810: Thomas Leonard appeared on the muster roll in Lincoln County, TN, but this is more likely to have been Thomas Junior. 
28 Aug 1811: The court ordered that Thomas Leonard Senior be overseer of the road "from Robert Leonard's to Gibson's Gap". Road hands included [sons] Hezekiah, Griffith, Samuel, John, and another unnamed Leonard. By 12 Dec 1814 Thomas had resigned, Stephen Harmon being appointed to take his place.
7 May 1814: A grand jury refused to indict Thomas for "tippling", ordering that prosecutor James Greer pay costs "on behalf of state".
9 Feb 1815: He served as a jury member finding John Porter guilty of hog stealing.
May 1815: Thomas Leonard is listed among persons owing notes to the George C. Witt estate. Thomas' note was due the third Monday of that May.
3 May 1815: He served on a civil jury.
4 May 1815: State of Tennessee versus Thomas Leonard in Lincoln for "keeping a tippling house". Thomas, "yeoman", pleaded not guilty and "for his trial put himself on the County". The jury found him guilty; fining him $1.00 and costs. This was not the first time for Thomas, but on 7 May 1814 the jury had refused to indict. On that same day Thomas served as juror in the case of the State of Tennessee versus Obadiah Hogg.
8 Sep 1818: Thomas Leonard, David Owen, and Elijah Thomas witnessed a deed from John Owens Senior to John Owens Junior for a tract on the west branch of Swan Creek, waters of the Elk River.
19 Oct 1819 - 23 Oct 1819: He served as both grand and petit juror.
1820 Census, Lincoln County, TN: 1 male 26-45, 1 over 45; 1 female over 45. The younger male must be the still unmarried Griffith.
26 Jan 1825: Along with George Whitaker, Thomas witnessed a bill of sale from Phillip Field to John Clayton for slave Riley, about 25.
Thomas owned a horse-mill with hand-bolting machine, wheat thresher, and cotton gin attached. He was also described as "yeoman", a farmer, and was fined on 5 May 1815 for keeping a "tippling house". Among the items listed in his will dated 9 Jul 1829 were "still tubs".
9 Jul 1829:
Will of Thomas Leonard
In the name of God, Amen, I, Thomas Leonard, of the County of Lincoln, State of Tennessee, do make, ordain and declare this instrument which is written to be my last will and testament, revoking all others. Imprimus All my debts of which there are but few and none of magnitude which are to be punctually and speedily paid, and the legacies herein after mentioned or bequeathed, are to be descharged as soon as circumstances will permit, and in the manner directed.
ITEM 1st To my beloved wife, I give and bequeath the use, interest, and profits with the future increase, if there should be any, one negro woman named Hannah and Moses her husband and Nancy (commonly called Nanny), also all my household furniture, belonging to her room and all the kitchen furniture to use and dispose of as she may think proper. Also my will and desire that my wife Hannah Leonard shall remain quietly in peaceable possession of the room commonly called hers during her natural life. After the death of my wife Hannah, to revert back to my son Griffith Leonard.
ITEM 2nd To my son Robert Leonard, I give four hundred dollars which money is to be made, if not in hand, out of my estate hereafter bequeathed to my son Griffith Leonard.
ITEM 3rd To my daughter Hannah Moore, wife of [William] Moore, fifty and one half acres of land, now in the possession of said man situated, lying and being in the county of Lincoln and State aforesaid, and bounded as follows, To wit: beginning at a white oak on north west corner, running thence east one hundred and eighty poles to a dogwood, and two bushes, a north east corner of my tract, thence south fifty poles, thence west and north to the beginning for compliment during her natural life. After her death my will and desire is that my grandson Thomas Delroose shall have the before mentioned and described tract, to his own proper use and benefit.
ITEM 4th To my son Griffith Leonard, I give and bequeath the balance of my land with the appurtenances thereunto belonging as per deed for two hundred and thirty acres after what has been before described for bequeathed to my daughter, Hannah Moore, as pr bound before described leaving as per deed, one hundred and seventy nine acres and one half be the same more of less, also all household furniture belonging to the balance of my house, and all my farming tools belonging to the plantation of every description, all the stock of hogs, horses, cattle and sheep, wagon and geer, still tubs and all other property belonging to me, that is not herein mentioned. If any then should be to his own use and benefit, or disposed.
ITEM 5th If any person being a legal heir, not herein mentioned, my will and desire is that my son Griffith pay him or them the sum of five dollars each and lastly, I nominate and appoint my son, Griffith Leonard my executor to this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal, this 9th day of July in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine.
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of Test.
State of Tennessee, Lincoln County Court April Term 1832.
The last will and testament of Thomas Leonard, dec'd, was produced In open court for probate and thereupon came Nancy Meeks and Parks Campbell two of the subscribing witnesses thereto who being duly sworn agreeably to law say they heard the said Those Leonard acknowledge the same to be his last will and testament and that he was at the time of signing, sealing, and publishing and declaring the same of sound mind and memory which is ordered to be so certified, whereupon came Griffith Leonard, the executor named in the will, and took the oath prescribed by law and entered into bond and so, this 16th April 1832. Given under my hand at office in Fayetteville.
Brice M.Garner Clk.
By Peter R. Garner, D.C.
8 Apr 1832: Thomas died in Lincoln County. He was buried in the family graveyard not far from the homestead. Leonard Cemetery is located 2Ĺ miles north of Petersburg, at Leonard Bluff, on Liberty Valley Road.
After the death of her husband, Hannah supposedly made her home with Griffith Leonard, although Frances West claims that the 80-90 year old female living in the George L. Leonard household in 1840 was Hannah. The 1840 female could very well have been Hannah. The house in which she lived probably hadn't changed, only the male head of household. The George L. Leonard of 1840 was probably George Lawan Leonard, son of Thomas' brother Samuel Leonard. Husband Thomas had left her three slaves, the household furniture, and "the room commonly called hers during her natural life".
3 Nov 1842: Hannah died and was buried in the family cemetery.
Children of Thomas and Hannah Elizabeth James:
Robert Leonard (14 Feb 1777 - 4 Aug 1844. MD; m. Rachel Dunlap 17 Mar 1807)
Thomas Leonard (c. 1781 - 1870; m. Sarah Lauderdale)
John Leonard ( - 14 Nov 1846; m. Hannah Fowler c. 1808)
Hezekiah Leonard (24 Jun 1784 - 27 Mar 1817)
Griffith James Leonard (25 Sep 1787 - 1 Sep 1864; m. Nancy Emmett Porter 7 Apr 1836)
Collin Campbell Leonard (c. 1791 - ; m. Jean Williams c. 1817)
Hannah Leonard (b. 1795 - 1887; m. William Dupriest Moore 1817)
Samuel William Leonard
Based upon the 1800 Census, his birth year could have been any time between 1755 and 1774; but since he was the head of a four person household by 1790, he must have been born before 1768, thus 1755-1768. Jackie Leonard claims a birth year c. 1753.
In the manuscript of Thomas Dunlap Leonard, this son of Robert Leonard is called "Samuel". According to Thomas, Samuel had sons named George and Samuel, a daughter named Elizabeth, and another daughter named "Belinda" who married Mr. Beal "of Giles County, TN". Yet there are no records for Samuel Leonard in Pendleton District, SC. Instead "William" is continually found, often associated with Honor Leonard and/or Collin Campbell. This SC William had sons named George, Samuel, a daughter named Elizabeth, and another daughter named "Malinda" who married Micajah Beal. (The Beals lived in Giles County, TN in 1819.) Samuel and William can only be one and the same individual.
Samuel William supposedly married a Miss Lawan. They named a son George Lawan Leonard and brother-in-law Robert M. Leonard named a son Thomas Lawan Leonard. Was there an earlier Lawan connection predating the move to SC? There are no "Lawans" indexed at Ancestry.com for the 1800, 1810, or 1820 Censuses. There was only one "Lawan" in 1850, an Irishman residing in New Orleans.
1790 Census, Pendleton County, SC (96th District): William Leonard was enumerated with 4 whites, 0 slaves.
27 Oct 1791: William Leonard witnessed deed from John Norwood to [brother-in-law] Colin Campbell on the south fork of the Saluda River in Pendleton. Honor Leonard was also a witness.
25 Jun 1792: William Leonard served as a petit juror, along with John Leatherdale.
24 Jan 1793: William Leonard was a petit juror in Pendleton.
17 Apr 1798: William Linnard was one of the buyers at estate sale of Abijih Davis in Pendleton.
1800 Census, Pendleton District, SC: 3 males under 10, 1 26-45; 1 female under 10, 1 26-45; 0 slaves. Daughter Elizabeth was already married and son George was an adult.
17 Jan 1807: He sold 160 acres to Alex McClusky.
4 Aug 1807: He purchased 400 acres on Rocky River from Mark Bird.
2 Mar 1811: He sold 270 acres on the Rocky River to [son] George Leonard.
12 Feb 1811: William signed his will with his mark. It was proved 29 Mar 1811. His five youngest children were listed: Elizabeth, Samuel, Mary Ann, Agness, and Honor Malinda. Executor: George Leonard. Witnesses: William Hillhouse, Tamison Barron and James Dobbins Junior.
2 Mar 1811: William purchased 330 acres from William Brock on the waters of Rocky River in Pendleton. Yet see the date of his will above. Perhaps he was at death's door only to recover - Or perhaps it was another William.
12 Feb 1811 - 29 Mar 1811: Samuel William supposedly died between these dates; yet his name does not appear on the power of attorney granted to James Ervin on 12 Sep 1800 but apparently does appear on the 2 Mar 1811 deed. If he was actually a child of Robert Leonard, why wouldn't he have been a party to the 1800 power of attorney?
Children of Samuel William Leonard:
George Lawan Leonard (11 Jan 1789 - 1 Oct 1854; m. 1st Susannah Calahan 23 Nov 1809, m. 2nd Mary Ann Gilbert 12 Aug 1826)
Elizabeth Leonard (m. _______ Robinson)
Honor Malinda Leonard (18 Jan 1801 - ; m. Micajah Beal c. 1817)
Mary Ann Leonard (m. Samuel Barron)
Mary Ann Leonard & Colin Campbell
5 May 1754: Mary Ann was born in Maryland. Jackie Leonard provides a middle name of Ann; Thomas Dunlap Leonard simply referred to her as "Aunt Campbell".
1 Aug 1754: Colin was born in Scotland.
27 Jul 1780: Mary and Colin were married in Washington County, MD, by Rev. George Mitchell. Colin "had fought with the British but refused to return to England at the close of the War."
1790 Census, Pendleton County, SC (96th District): Collen Campbell was enumerated with 1 male over 16, 2 females, 0 slaves.  Who is the other female? Is it Honor Leonard?
1800 Census, Pendleton District, SC: Colin Campbell with 1 male under 10, 1 over 45; 2 females over 45; 0 slaves. Who were the young male and the second female over 45? Once again, is the second female Honor Leonard?
6 Mar 1801: Thomas Lineard of Pendleton purchased 640 acres on both sides of Wollenoy Creek from James Kilgore of Greenville District for $1,000. Witnesses: Colin Campbell and James Coffey. The deed was proved by Colin 22 Feb 1802. Thomas was, of course, Mary Ann's brother.
Collin and Mary supposedly moved from SC to Lincoln County, TN with the Leonard family about 1806.
2 Nov 1808: A grant in the Second District on both sides of the Elk River was described as adjoining a 1,000 acre tract of George W. Campbell and also a tract of Collin Campbell. Now just who is George Washington Campbell? Could this be the very wealthy speculator from Nashville, so seemingly far away from home? After all, he later owned land as far away as Weakley County.
27 May 1811: Collin Campbell's entry is mentioned as adjoining a tract on the east waters of the west fork of Mulberry Creek, a northern branch of the Elk River. On the same date, another tract in the same area was described as adjoining "an entry in the name of Phillip Phillips and Michael Campbell and Thomas Hall and Collin Campbell's corner". And yet another Campbell.
31 Aug 1814: He sold 440 acres on the waters of the Elk River in Lincoln County to M. Albright.
1820 Census, Lincoln County, TN: 1 male over 45; 1 female over 45.
18 Jul 1821: Collin Campbell was described as an adjoining landowner to a tract on the south side of the Elk River, Campbell's "land being granted by the state of Tennessee".
16 Aug 1822: Cullin Campbell purchased two parcels on the waters of Cane Creek from Thomas Leonard, one of 20 acres and one of 135 acres. Witnesses: William D. Moore and Griffith Lenard. Griffith was the son of Thomas Leonard; William Moore was Thomas' son-in-law.
1 Mar 1827: He purchased 640 acres on the waters of West Mulberry from Joseph H. Bradford et al.
31 Dec 1830: He sold 20 acres on the headwaters of Cane Creek to [Mary Ann's nephew, son of Thomas] Griffith Leonard.
19 Sep 1830: Colin signed his will on the same date as the will of Thomas Leonard. It was proved on 20 Oct 1832. Executors: George L. Leonard and Joel Yowell. Witnesses: John Clark and William Dewoody. Included as heirs were William M. Leonard and George S. C. Leonard. According to Frances West, the heirs also included Mary Ann's niece Elizabeth Robertson. Colin's will was proved 20 Oct 1832.
27 May 1832: Collin died when thrown from a horse. On his tombstone in Robertson Fork Cemetery is the inscription: "Collin Campbell, Native of Scotland, 1 August 1754 - 27 May 1832".
As a widow Mary Ann lived with George Lawan Leonard, along with Elizabeth Robinson. After George moved to TX Mary Ann moved in with William and Hannah Moore near Petersburg. George and Elizabeth were both the children of [brother] Samuel William Leonard; Hannah Moore was the daughter of [brother] Thomas Leonard. It may be that William and Hannah Moore moved in with Hannah Leonard, rather than vice versa.
8 Sep 1844: Mary Ann died in Marshall [formerly Lincoln] County and was buried in the family graveyard. On her tombstone: "She rests from her labours and her works do follow her".
Colin and Mary Ann Leonard Campbell had no children, but Frances West claims that the Campbells raised four of Samuel William Leonard's children. Samuel Leonard supposedly died in SC in 1811, but there are no children enumerated in the Campbell household in the 1820 Census. George Lawan Leonard was already an adult when his father died. Perhaps all four children were simply out of the house by 1820.
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