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    Daniel’s sons, Daniel, Isham, and John Meadows, were cut off into Bute County, in 1764, and into Warren County, in 1779. Daniel’s sons, James and William Meadows, remained in Granville County.
    When the 1762 tax list was taken in Granville County, James and William Meadows lived in Pryor’s District. John, Daniel, and Isham Meadows lived in Babtist District near the Halifax County, line.
    Children of Daniel Meadows:
+2. i. James2Meadows, born circa 1730, will made in 1812, filed May 1815, Granville County, North Carolina, married Ellenor Shearman.
+3. ii. John Meadows, will made 10 November 1773, Bute County, North Carolina, proved August Court 1774, Bute County, married Hannah ——.
+4. iii. Daniel Meadows
+5. iv. William Meadows
+6. v. Isham Meadows, born 16 February 1740, Bristol Parish, Prince George County, Virginia, died 4 April 1829, Harris County, Georgia, aged 89.
    2. James2Meadows (Daniel1), was born circa 1730. He made his will in 1812 and it was filed in May 1815 in Granville County, North Carolina.21 He married circa 1752, Ellenor Shearman, born circa 1734, died after 1812, daughter of John Shearman, Sr. and Catherine ——. John Shearman’s will was made 24 March 1784 and proved in May 1784, Granville County. Shearman’s will named wife, Catherine, and daughter, Ellenor Meadows.22
    James Meadows bought land just north of Tar River on Stony Creek (present day Shelton Creek) in Granville County, North Carolina, from John Shearman in 1757.

    21 Granville Co., N.C., Will Book 7, p. 508–509.
    22 Granville Co., N.C., Will Book 1, p. 402.