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37199
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Small biography of Dr. William James Lumsden (1846-1914) a well known doctor in Pasquotank Co., NC.
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37198
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Hobbsville, Gates Co., NC, was named for David W. Hobbs, first station master for the Suffolk and Carolina Railroad in that area.
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37197
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Generational lineage from Thomas Forehand and Juda Asbill.
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37229
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This article gives rambling thoughts on shipping trade, court punishment, slavery, and town of Plymouth and a water spout in the Albemarle Sound.
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37231
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Three generations of the family of Aaron Sanders (abt. 1789-1879) of Perquimans/Pasquotank Co., North Carolina to Clinton Co., IN.
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37230
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An article about J. T. Winslow, age 70, remembering an invasion in Perquimans Co., NC of Union troops in December 1864.
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37232
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Small notes on William Padget of Chowan Co., NC, who had three known sons: William Jr., Edward and Samuel Padget.
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37233
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Information on the family of Exum Bell Winslow (b. 1823) of Perquimans Co., NC.
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37226
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List of Confederate Soldiers at Unveiling of Confederate Monument at Elizabeth City, NC, May 10, 1911.
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37228
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Small article on the early history of the town of Oriental, NC.
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37220
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Article about the Hettrick Brothers from 1954. They came from Pennsylvania after the Civil War with Dutch nets to improve fishing, used the nets to kill blackbirds, had a sawmill, and had a bakery in Edenton, NC.
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37217
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Article by David Stick about the Revolution in the northeastern region of North Carolina.
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37218
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A small history of Bethany United Methodist Church, located about four miles north of Belvidere, NC, Perquimans Co., NC.
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37219
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These are notes from various selected deeds from 1764-1765.