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38076
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The author gives the family and dates of children of Frederick and Fannie Davis. Surnames include: Fry, McCamly, Hardeman, Giles, Croom, Robertson, Oldham, Goodwin, Cannon, Cheatham, McGavock, Riggs, Thayer, Addison, Chapman, Elliston, Kennedy, Blackie, Gibson, Smith.
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38080
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History of the name and family group sheet of John Thomas Hewitt (1854-1922) and his wife, Virginia A. Gilbert (1864-1926)
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38087
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The author gives a detailed look at the Ordinary (Inn) in North Carolina and a list of rules for Ordinary keepers.
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38083
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Obituary and history of P.C. Creekmore, last Perquimans County Confederate Veteran Dies, 1933
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38086
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Transcription of the Will of William Duckenfield, Chowan Precinct, 1720
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38081
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Transcription of records. Also includes surnames: Trueblood, Fletcher.
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38082
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Obituary and history of P.C. Creekmore, last Perquimans County Confederate Veteran Dies, 1933
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38099
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Joseph Blount Skinner, a native of Perquimans County, NC, attended Princeton College, was censured by his father for extravagance and was brought home from school to work as a field hand. Afterward Joseph studied law and was admitted to the bar. He represented Perquimans County in the NC House of Commons in 1803, represented the Town of Edenton in Legislature in 1814 and 1815 and represented Chowan County in the NC Senate in 1833. In 1835, he represented Chowan County in the Convention.
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38097
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There were three orders of nobility in the Colony of Carolina by the Lord’s Proprietors. The Landgraves, the Caciques and the Palatines. The Palatines were not an order of Nobility, it was a single executive office, the supreme head of the government and higher than the nobility. There is a list of Palatines and Landgraves and their year of succession.