- 1842 - 23 July. From the will of William Cargile of Wilkes, NC. Two negro men, JACH and ELLICH, bequeathed to his sons Lewis and Jason Cargile, with the son keeping both slaves to pay the other son $200. CARGILE FAMILY OF WILKES COUNTY, NC.
- Lewis Cargile received 180 acres of land in the western (portion?) of Fishing Creek in Wilkes Co., NC. He moved to Jackson County, Alabama about 1819. The slave owners census 1850 shows him with 1 adult male age 35, 1 adult male age 25, 1 male age 13, 2 females (age 12 and 10). The slave owners census 1860 shows him with 1 male adult age 35, 1 adult male age 25.
- Jason Cargile received 142 acres of land lying on the waters of Roaring River in Wilkes Co., NC. A Jason Cargile can be found in Pike, Alabama in the slave owners census 1860 with 19 slaves, age ranging from 40-1, but this family is not yet (as of April 2012) tied into the Wilkes NC family.
Jach, slave of William Cargile's Timeline
July 23, 1842
- July 23, 1842
Wilkes, North Carolina, United States
- Two negro men, JACH and ELLICH, bequeathed to his sons Lewis and Jason Cargile