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31797
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In Sept. 1898, Fane Tucker, a negro pauper woman, died aged 117 years of age. She was one year older than her mistress, Mrs. Sara Tucker, who died in 1873, aged ninety-one. Lem Teel, Fane’s brother who is in the poor house, is about 100 years old.
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32850
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The following is a transcription of two districts, Capt. Charles Roache’s Company and Capt. Allen’s Company, in the area of Swift Creek and Contentnea Creek that later became a part of Pitt County.
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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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31744
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This tax list of a single district is from the Simpson/Black Jack area of Pitt County.
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31757
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This census gives Pitt County as the place of birth for George Davenport, William O. House, Richard Carson, and James Hathaway.
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