Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Carolina Trees & Branches Vol. 23 Issue No. 3, July 2014
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Joseph Winslow, merchant, mariner and landowner, appeared in Perquimans County, NC after 1643. He was a Quaker, a leader in the Culpepper Rebellion, and operated ships out of North Carolina, Virginia and Maryland.
The author was looking for the ancestors, parents and children of Charles Wilson Whitehurst, of Camden Co., NC.
The author talks of finding the brick remains of Elmwood, a legendary brick manor home of the Swann and Pool families on the Pasquotank River. He also gives a history of Solomon Pool (1787-1832) and his family.
The author gives research on the ancestors of Robert Raper (b. 1757) and his wife, Nancy (Weeks) Raper (b. 1761). Other surnames discussed are the Stafford, Wright, Stanton, and Cox.
The author continues the saga of William and Rachel Taylor Deans family in the Civil War.