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37999
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The author gives the family and dates of children of Frederick and Fannie Davis, of Pasquotank County, NC to Tennessee. Surnames include: Gleaves, Horton, Woodfolk, Mayson, Nevins, Fall, Malone, Magruder, Eve, Rhodes, Dunn, Trabue, Friend, Dunn.
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37997
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A date history of the church and a list of the founding members.
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37998
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Transcription of the Will of Frederick Jones, Chowan County, NC, 1722
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38007
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When permanent settlers appeared in Albemarle region, Charles II of England instructed Gov. Berkeley of Virginia to appoint a governor for the new colony. Berkeley appointed William Drummond. Drummond’s term of office ended in 1667 and he returned to Virginia.
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38012
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A history of the Wade’s Point Lighthouse (1859-1955) and a small article naming Joseph Mercer as the last keeper of Wade’s Point Lighthouse.
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38013
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Transcription of the records. Other surnames include: Wilson, Harrison, Dozier, Gregory, Spencer, Bell, Bray, Godfrey, Brown, Guard, Whaley, Randolph.
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38009
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List of Marriage Bonds of Perquimans County, NC (1775-1778)
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38014
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List of Marriage Bonds of Bertie County, NC 1755-1770
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38008
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Transcription of the proposal from 1798.
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38006
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A small portion of the Camden County Tax List 1782
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38010
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Abstracts of selected Wills of Gates County, NC
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38017
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Transcription of 1725 document found in taken from ’The Historical & Genealogical Register.
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38019
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Article about H. H. Brimley hunting in Currituck County and the poem, ‘The Waterfowl of Currituck.’