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Aaron Vick

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Northampton County, North Carolina, United States
Death: 1774 (28-29)
Anson, North Carolina, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Isaac Vick and Mary Vick
Husband of Unknown spouse of Aaron Vick
Father of Mary Davis; Simon Vick; John Vick and Moses Vick
Brother of Robert Vick; Jesse Vick; Mary Davis and Jacob Vick

Managed by: Paul Eugene Shaner
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About Aaron Vick

From Joseph Vick of Lower Parish, Isle of Wight, Virginia and His Descendants vol. 1.

pp. 236-237

75. AARON4 VICK (?Isaac3, William2, Josephl) was born about 1745, probably in North Carolina. He died after 1774, probably in Anson County, North Carolina.
Little is known about Aaron Vick. He appears several times in the deed records of Anson County, where circumstantial evidence links him to the family ofIsaac Vick [#23]: in 1772 Aaron proved two deeds between John and Thomas Coleman. On 11 March 1778, a Mary Vick witnessed a deed between John and Thomas Coleman. She may have been Aaron's wife and her maiden name may have been Coleman, or, she may have been Aaron's daughter.I This Coleman connection is significant because William Coleman served as witness when Isaac Vick granted power of attorney to James Terry in Anson County in 1778.2
Aaron appears again in Anson County records in June 1774, when he served as a chain carrier on a survey of land for Jeremiah Strother.3 Interestingly, the name Strother would appear among some of Aaron's apparent descendants. He does not appear in any surviving records after that date and probably died intestate in Anson County. Unfortunately, most of the early records of this county are lost.

There is no known information on Aaron's children or wife. It appears that he was the father ofseveral children, who settled in South Carolina and Georgia in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The name Aaron appears among some branches of his presumed family.

Children, speculative:

1. [?]MARy5, b. 1763-1765; d. after 1830 in Montgomery County, Georgia. She m. ARTHUR DAVIS,son of Christopher and Mary Davis of Anson County, North Carolina. Arthur, a veteran ofthe Revolutionary War, moved with his brother Lewis to Wash- ington County, Georgia in the 1790s and then to Montgomery County. He died there about 1830. Mary survived her husband and later purchased land in the Cherokee Land Lottery of Georgia. Mary lived near the family of Simon Vick [#176], whose son David lived in Montgomery County and married a member of the Davis family. The Moses Vick [#175] family lived in nearby Appling County. It is probable that these families were related. Children, surnamed DAVIS: 1. Stafford, b. 1786 (m. Penelope Lott);
2. James, b. 1787 (m. Elizabeth [ ]); 3. William, b. 1790 (m. [ ] Michel); 4. Jane, by 1794 (m. Henry Howard); 5. Arthur, b. 1797 (m. Charlotte Adams); 6. Daniel, b. 1801 (m. Delilah Posey); 7. Rhoda, b. 1805 (m. Joel Lott).4

2. [?]MOSES, b. ca. 1768; m. [ ].

3. [?]SIMON, b. ca. 1771; m. MARY SMITH.

4. [?]JOHN, b. ca. 1773; d. after 1828 as an indigent in Laurens
County, Georgia, apparently without children. In 1810 he was aged 26-45, living alone near Simon Vick [#176] in Darlington District, South Carolina. By July 1826 he had moved to Laurens County, Georgia where the county court paid him $25 for one year's care. The following year he was allowed $3 per month, and, on 7 July 1828, the court paid John G. Anderson $8.33 per month for John's care. On 5 September ofthe same year, the court agreed to pay the same to Simon Vick for John's care. There is no record of him after this date.s

Notes

I May Wilson McBee, Anson County, North Carolina Abstracts of Early Records [Greenwood, MS: May Wilson McBee Collection, 1950],77,82; Anson Co. Deed Book
7:135, Register of Deeds, Wadesboro, NC.

2 Anson Co. Deed Book K:552.
l McBee, cited above, 23.

4 Folks Huxford, Pioneers ofWiregrass Georgia, [Homerville, GA: The Author, 1948] 5: 100- 101.

5 John Vickhousehold, 1810 U.S. Census, Darlington Dist. SC, page 18A, line 15, National Archives micropublication M-252, roll 62; Laurens Co. Inferior Court Minutes, 1808-1828: 166; Ibid., 1828-1856:4, Georgia Department of Archives and History, Atlanta, GA.

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Aaron was born about 1745, probably in North Carolina. He passed away after 1774, probably in Anson County, North Carolina. Little is known about Aaron, but he appears several times in the deed records of Anson County, where circumstantial evidence links him to the Family of Isaac Vick.

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Aaron Vick's Timeline

1745
1745
Northampton County, North Carolina, United States
1763
1763
Anson County, North Carolina, Colonial Era US
1768
1768
1768
Northampton, Anson, North Carolina, United States, North Carolina, United States
1773
1773
Anson County, North Carolina, Colonial Era US
1774
1774
Age 29
Anson, North Carolina, United States