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32625
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A Swift Creek, Craven County Tax List from 1786; the year that it was cut off into Pitt County…being that portion of Pitt County from Ayden to Grifton.
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31785
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1795 Pitt County Diary This 1795-96 diary was written by Gen. Samuel Simpson (1765-1830) son of Col. John Simpson and Elizabeth Hardee. It was found in a garret in his later residence at Fort Barnwell, Craven Co., NC and presented to the North Carolina Archives in 1880’s. There are several deaths and marriages mentioned: Jan. 1795—John Moye Esq. died in Greenville; Jan. 28, 1795---George Falconer died; Jan. 28, 1795---Samuel Dudley died; Feb. 1, 1795---Robert Dixon died; July 2, 1795---Polly Moore married to James Brooks; Dec. 17, 1795---Sally Simpson married to Joseph Brickell; Jan. 3, 1796---John Barbers funeral; Jan. 3, 1796---Mrs. Walter Dixon’s funeral preached by Parson Blount.
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32973
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Josiah Griffin vs. Reuben Speir Samuel Ralston vs. Jacob A. Blackwell.
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31959
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Ichabod Moore (1773-1857) son of William and Millicent Moore; md. Elizabeth Jones, dau. of James and Martha Jones.
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31814
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In Dec. 1879, Henry Keel, aged about seventeen, son of Mrs. William Staton, was accidently killed by his younger brother.
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33104
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Mentions: William D. Jones and wife; Robert E. Turnage and wife; Lydia Joyner; Eleanor Ruff.
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33219
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Mentions: William D. Jones and wife Dicea; Robert E. Turnage and wife Celia; Lydia Joyner; and Eleanor Ruff.
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33515
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Simeon Cason, b. on Aug. 25, 1823 in GA, son of Hillary Cason and Mary Smith, of NC. Hillary Cason was born on Apr. 3, 1779; m. 1803 to Mary Smith and had thirteen children.
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32248
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This is a feature article on Mrs. Lydia Nelson Coburn, b. 1871, dau. of John and Agnes Nelson; md. John William Hedley Coburn.
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33913
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This gives a list of property of Caleb Wallace sold by Pitt County Sheriff, Abraham Tyson.
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33510
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Abraham Tyson’s children were: Sarah Tyson (m. Jacob Joyner); Tempy Tyson; Bowen Tyson; Dicey Tyson (m. Amos Wilson); Joab Tyson; Honor Tyson; Polly Tyson; Elizabeth Tyson. Also included is family information found in “The Memoirs of William Calhoun Love,” 1872….Abraham Tyson (m. Honor Hart) and had children: Honor Tyson (m. William Calhoun Love); Temperance (Tempy) Tyson (m. ___Jordan); Bowen Tyson; Sarah (Sally) Tyson (m. ____Hart); Jacob Tyson (Joab?); Polly Tyson (m. ____Boulton); Elizabeth Tyson (m. ____Forbes). Sarah Tyson (m. Jacob Joyner) and had dau. Delphina Joyner.
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