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Subject: [NCROOTS] JOYNER, Thomas & CARSE, Faithy
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2010 22:49:02 -0400 (EDT)
Dear NC researchers,
I made a big typographical mistake in the year Thomas Joyner & Faithy
CARSE was to have been married. Am including the first query to clarify
this error & hopefully for those who may not have seen it before. The year of
their marriage is reported as being 1740, or possibly 1747/48 (not 1840) as
There are so many JOYNER's in the State Of North Carolina, please take
another look as they may have moved here later. They are related per our
DNA testing. Am also looking for their children, of whom I have ONE:
1. Isom JOYNER was born about 1748, Orangeburgh, SC. He died abt 1798 in SC
or probably Crawford Co, GA ,. He was the son of Thomas JOYNER and
Faithful CARSE. He married Elizabeth WESTCOTT abt 1768 in Orangeburg SC; d
probably in Crawford Co, GA.
Would appreciate hearing from any other JOYNER's in NC as well. Still
looking for parents of Amos JOYNER, b abt 1780-1790.
Thanks for your help in advance,
In a message dated 7/22/2010 4:55:27 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
Dear NC researchers.
Today I am looking for anyone who might be descended from Thomas &
Faithy CARSE, who marr in Orangeburg, SC, abt 1840. As you know these people
moved around quite a bit.
Would love to hear from anyone who has knowledge of this family. They
are related to my family but need to know about their children and where
they ended up living.
Thank you for your help,
1. THOMAS JOYNER, who married Faithy/Faith/Faithful CARSE in 1840 in
Orangeburg Co, SC.(b. abt 1725 as quoted below)
2. Isom JOYNER was born about 1748. He died about 1798. He was the son
of Thomas JOYNER and Faithful CARSE. He married Elizabeth WESTCOTT about
1768 in Orangeburg SC.
I am unsure if Thomas was b in 1720 in England, but more data points
to the fact he actually married Faith somewhere in SC in 1840. Amelia
Township, SC, or Orangeburgh, SC. Possibly Amelia Twp could have been the voting
district, or Orangeburg could have been cut from this Township.
You also see his son, Isom was b in 1748, and probably had older
siblings.One of Isom's younger son was also found.
192. Thomas JOYNER was born about 1720 in England. He died about 1762.
He married Faithful CARSE in 1740 in Amelia Township SC.
193. Faithful CARSE was born about 1725.
[Note: One of my findings was in the NC-SC Marriage Records on line, as
well as discovering one of their sons name, ISOM, on the JOINER/JOYNER DNA
Thank you for your helping me to find the rest of Thomas JOYNER's AND
Faithy CARSE'S children. Will be glad to exchange vitals with anyone who
happens to be related, or knows this family. Have gathered quite a number of
Winkie JOYNER (NC > FL