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37911
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Death notices in newspapers that include: W. G. Banks 1842; Miles Cartwright 1825; George W. Ferebee, Esq. 1837; Dr. T. P. Hinton 1842; Mrs. Ann L. Maign 1822; Gen. James Nelson McPherson 1838; Albert G. Proctor, Esq. 1842; Isaiah Rogerson 1830; Joseph B. Skinner 1842; Ezekiel Trotman 1825; George W. Taylor, Esq. 1837; Dr. Jefferson Tabb 1855; Addison White 1842; Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson 1823; Mason Culpepper 1826; Thomas H. Harris 1807; Malachi S. Lewis 1833; Dau. of Willie McPherson, Esq. 1839; Enoch Sawyer, Esq. 1827; Burwell B. Barber 1836; Willie McPherson 1835; Mrs. Margaret G. Grandy 1851; Samuel D. Land 1851; Mrs. Mary S. Gregory 1852; Josiah Nash 1852; Mrs. Cordelia Pritchard 1852; Hon. Lemuel Sawyer 1852.
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37910
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Transcription of the records. Other surnames include: Lowe, Godfrey, Lister, Perry, Lyden, Weeks
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37913
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Detailed history of the early expeditions and settlement in Carolina.
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37912
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History of the Cape Henry Light, Chesapeake Bay, back to 1789.
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37916
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Tamsen Donner, a native of Massachusetts, came to Elizabeth City, NC in 1824 to teach botany at the Elizabeth City Academy. In 1829, she married Tully Dozier, of Camden Co., NC. She lost her husband and children to fever and she moved to Springfield, IL to care for her brothers children. While there she continued to teach botany and in 1839 remarried to George Donner. They had several children and in 1846 they set out on the overland trail to California. The Donner party got caught up in the snow in the Sierra Mountains. Tamsen Donner would not leave her sick husband, but managed to get all of the children to safety at Sutter’s Fort, California. She was apparently eaten by the others survivors.
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37922
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Moses Grandy, was a slave boatman, who carried out shingles from the Great Dismal Swamp; had a series of bad owners; finally worked out his freedom and lived as a free-black; lived in New England; went to sea; slave laws kept him from Elizabeth City, NC; Moses bought his family and tried to buy other enslaved relatives; and about lives of slave watermen.
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37921
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History of the church and name lists from the Church School Roll in 1909-1910
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37918
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Births, marriages and deaths taken from ’The Historical & Genealogical Register.
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37919
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Groups of medal of honor winners for Lifesaving rescues from shipwrecks from 1884 to 1931.
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37914
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Early history of the Gordon family in Virginia and Gates County, NC.
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37917
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George Isaac Hughes, New Bern’s only surviving Confederate Veteran, has Daughter at age 96
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37915
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Letter from Gen. Isaac Gregory to Governor Richard Caswell, 1777.
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37920
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List of Marriage Bonds of Chowan County, NC from 1844 to 1846.
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37924
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Marriages from newspapers include: George Beatty to Ann Elizabeth Overman 1829; Thomas E. Baxter to Lovey Bray 1836; Jesse Doxey to Mrs. Cynthia Etheridge 1835; Thomas C. Ferebee to Judith Mackey 1829; Abner H. Grandy to Meriam Forbes 1820; Rev. Edward Hardy to Mrs. Lydia Bray 1819; Jesse Lee to Judith Nash 1839; Dr. Gideon C. Marchant to Elizabeth H. Ferebee 1819; Davidson Morris to Sarah Jones 1836; Wilson G. Nash to Sarah Ballentine 1836; Jesse White to Mary White 1835.