Alcey (Elsie) PERKINS

HAIRSTON.org ID#798, b. 1766, d. 1814
Father*Peter PERKINS1 b. Jun 1739, d. 1813
Mother*Agnes WILSON d. bt 1801 - 1813
Birth*Alcey (Elsie) PERKINS was born in 1766.2,1 
She was the daughter of Peter PERKINS and Agnes WILSON.1 
Marriage*Alcey (Elsie) PERKINS married Peter HAIRSTON, son of Capt. Robert HAIRSTON and Ruth STOVALL, in 1782.2,1 
Residence*Alcey (Elsie) PERKINS lived on 11 April 1786 in Upper Saura Town, Stokes, North Carolina.1 
Census 1790Peter HAIRSTON was New Tag Males <16 1, 16+ 3, Females 3 , slaves 58. on 2 August 1790 in Stokes County, North Carolina.3
Census 1800Alcey (Elsie) PERKINS listed in the household of Peter HAIRSTON on 4 August 1800 in Salisbury, Stokes County, North Carolina; Males 26-44 1, Females 10-15 1 , 26-44 1, slaves 103.4
Census 1810Alcey (Elsie) PERKINS listed in the household of Peter HAIRSTON on 6 August 1810 in Sauratown District, Stokes County, North Carolina; Males 45+ 1, Females 45+ 1, slaves 130.5
Death*Alcey (Elsie) PERKINS died in 1814.2 
Burial*She was buried in Stokes County, North Carolina.6 

Family

Peter HAIRSTON b. 24 Feb 1752, d. 1 Dec 1832
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Sources (www.HAIRSTON.org)

  1. [S24] Hall, Wm. Kearney 1918-. Descendants of Nicholas Perkins of Virginia. 1957 Ann Arbor, Michigan.
    https://hdl.handle.net/2027/wu.89069618338, Hathi Trust Digital Library.
  2. [S22] Hairston, Elizabeth Seawell, The Hairstons and the Penns and Their Relations, Roanoke, Virginia 1940 https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=13164, Ancestry.com.
  3. [S1790] 1790 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration - Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.
  4. [S1800] 1800 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration - Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.
  5. [S1810] 1810 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration - Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.
  6. [S48] Find A Grave Website with Photo - only listings with photos of grave markers that are contemporary to the deceased individuals death are acceptable for genealogical proof.
Last Edited27 Jan 2022