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34092
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Names wife Susanah; his sons: John Thomas Moore, James Moore, William Moore, Amon Moore, Charles Moore; his daughters: Susanah Moore, Priscilla Moore, Zeloty Moore, Absley Moore, Artheny Moore, Visli Victoria Moore. Also mentions buying interest in Woody Moore’s estate.
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34091
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Names wife Elizabeth, daughter of John Laughinghouse; his sons: Josiah Nelson and James G. Nelson; daughters: Emily Herring, Talitha Smith, Susanna Spain, Serena Hardee. Also mentions Henry Nelson.
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34094
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Division of slaves among children: Michel Joyner dec’d.; Alfred Moore dec’d.;, Gideon Allen and wife Woody Ann; , John Moore, Sally Ann Moore, Susan Joyner, Allen J. Smith and wife Delitha, Elizabeth Bird dec’d.;, Willie Williams and wife Priscilla. The heirs of Michel Joyner, dec’d. were: Willie Cobb and wife Elizabeth, Abraham Joyner, Howel Joyner, Edwin Pridgen and wife Emily, Blaney Joyner, Aaron Joyner, Mary Joyner, Lydia Joyner, John Parker and wife Sally, Susan Cobb. The heirs of Elizabeth Bird, dec’d. were: Benjamin Joyner and wife Sally Jane, Arnold Baldree and wife Delitha, Robert Bird, Isaac Weatherington and wife Penelope, Alfred Bird, William Bird, Louisa Bird, Serena Taylor. The heirs of Alfred Moore dec’d. were: Mary T. Moore and Alfred Moore.
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34098
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On Dec. 8, 1760, John Moye, of Duplin Co., NC, sold land on north side of the Tar River to Robert Flake
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34099
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Died on Mar. 25, 1930 at Grifton, NC, Arthur Harris, age 46, who stood seven feet three inches tall and weighed 390 pounds.
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34108
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On Oct. 6, 1814, Reading Pumphrey and wife Lidia sold to Moses Harris 80 acres being Lot No. 1 set apart to John Briley and Lidia Pumphrey , by right of their mother, Rachel Briley, who was heir of John Barber, dec’d.
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34106
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The heirs of Lewis Cannon, dec’d., of New Bern, NC, were: Edward Sturdivant and wife Argent; Hardee Johnston abd wife Caty; Allen Cannon dec’d.; John Cannon, Esqr., Henry Smith and wife Sary; John Jenkins and wife Griza.
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34101
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On Aug. 23, 1808, Jesse Shivers, for love and affection gave to Son, Jesse Shivers, Jr., land on the north side of Tar River and north of Great Swamp.
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34104
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The heirs of Thomas Tyson dec’d. were: Jesse Randolph and wife Rachel; Louisa Tyson; Washington Tyson; James Parker and wife Sally; Margaret Tyson.
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