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Early Georgia Records.

Wilkes County tax list, 1794, Col. Bailey's reg., Capt. Wm. Spruce's Company:
Norcut Slavin, 1 white male, 271 A. of 2-quality lands, fishing creek, Franklin County.
from Early Tax Digests of Georgia, edited by Ruth Blair, Georgia Dept. of Archives, 1926.

Georgia Land Lottery of 1806, Wilkes County
Capt. James Edge's District
Slaven, Nancy wid. 1
Slaven, Nancy, trustee for orphans of Norket Slaven, dec'd. 1
from Early Records of Georgia, Vol. I, Wilkes County, abstracted and compiled by Grace Gillam Davidson, published 1933, Macon, Georgia.

Wilkes County Deed Book G.G, page 122: Peter Stubblefield to Norcut Slaven, Taylor, 1 acre where Slaven now lives. July 16, 1790. F. Sims, J.P., John Sims, test.
from Early Records of Georgia, Vol. II, Wilkes County, abstracted and compiled by Grace Gillam Davidson, published 1933, Macon, Georgia.

Family record of Mrs. Howard McCall listing descendants of John Adair of Laurens County, SC. John's son, John Fisher Adair, was married to Mary Radcliff Slaven, daughter of Norcut Slaven and wife Ann Holliday of Wilkes County, Georgia. from Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, Vol. III. Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, Maryland, 1969.

From Morgan County, Georgia Marriage Book 1808-1811, page 118: Polly Slaven to John F. Adair.