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38789
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The author discusses the life and ancestry of William Boswell (1756-1834) of Perquimans Co., NC.
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38788
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The author gives deeds for the Dempsey Casey house, built in 1824 in Hertford, Perquimans Co., NC.
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38786
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The author discusses her families of Relfe, Casey, Madren, Jackson of Pasquotank Co., NC.
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38792
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Nixonton is the oldest town in Pasquotank County, NC being incorporated in 1758. It was built on land purchased from Zacariah Nixon and once served as the county seat.
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38796
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The author gives Francis Davis and Frederick Davis as heirs of Job Bright, Revolutionary War Soldier, Camden County, 1819 and David and Peggy Richardson as heirs to John Beasley, Revolutionary War Soldier, Camden County, 1819.
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38797
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The author gives an early history of William Deanes and Rachael Taylor Deanes of Chowan County
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38795
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The author gives abstracts of the oaths of allegiance for citizenship of John Whitstone and Lewis Rosenthal in Camden County, NC.
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38799
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The author gives estate record abstracts for the name Casey/Casse in Pasquotank County, NC.
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38791
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The author discusses the two Dempsey Casey’s; one in Pasquotank County and the other in Currituck County.
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38794
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The author gives estate record abstracts for the name Sawyer in Currituck County, NC.
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38806
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The author lists places to look such as county records, county Wills, land deeds, Court records, Perquimans County register of births, marriages, deaths brands and flesh marks, Quaker records, and lower Virginia records.
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38801
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The author discusses small cemeteries being moved and many can be found in a record group ‘ Camden County Disinterment/Reinterment Permits 1978-1979,’ in the NC State Archives.
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38804
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The author gives abstracts of the Estate Records with the first name missing on the record.
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38807
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The author gives a dated list of plats purchased in the cemetery.