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34050
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Moses Tyson died intestate without a Will, leaving Noah Tyson as administrator of his estate. Moses Tyson’s heirs (children0 were: Jonathan Mears and wife Tamer; Enoch Tyson; William Beddard and wife Mary; Zacheriah Allen and wife Rachel; Joshua Patrick and wife Timna; James Mears and wife Naomi; Moses Tyson; Easter Nelson; and Noah Tyson.
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34048
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On July 25, 1839, Churchill Perkins accidently killed John Cherry. On July 24, 1839, Mr. Harrell, from Roanoke, stabbed and cut John King, whose life is despaired of.
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34053
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This informative Court Notice gives relationships of the children of Job and Delitha Tyson; the children of John Tyson the elder; children of Jehu Tyson; children of Jacob Tyson.
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34073
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On May 3, 1848, Walter Dunn, Jr., of Lenoir Co., NC, and Phila A. Williams, of Greene Co., NC, sold 439 acres of land in Pitt County to Benjamin F. Hazelton, of Pitt County, being 2/5ths of a plantation whereon our father died in Pitt County and Walter Dunn’s grandfather, John Hazelton died. John Hazelton died leaving five heirs: Pinkney Hazelton, Benjamin F. Hazelton, Christopher C. Hazelton, Phila A. Williams and Walter Dunn, Jr. (his grandson).
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