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The Old Brick House, located in Pasquotank County three miles from Elizabeth City, is one of the oldest buildings in the state. It was built sometime between 1725 and 1750 and will soon be restored to its original appearance.
About Robert Murden and the Old Brick House, near Elizabeth City, NC. A transcript of the Will of Robert Murden, of Pasquotank Co., NC, 1759 is given.
This is a copy of reminiscences written by Abigail Brothers Stanley about 1930 about her early life and family in Pasquotank County, NC. She reminiscences about her parents ancestry, the Old Brick House, and relatives that went to other States. She also talks about her early home, the coming of the Civil War and how life was during the Reconstruction.
This is a copy of reminiscences written by Abigail Brothers Stanley about 1930 about her early life and family in Pasquotank County, NC. She talks of the ancestry of the Brothers and Bray family, living in the famous Old Brick House, remembering family flower and medicinal gardens and about life and food after the Civil War.