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39054
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Beaufort County Deed Book 1, page 1, entry 1…..Aug. 10, 1700---John Buntin and Ellis his wife sold to Capt. Nicholas Thomas Jones their interest in 640 acres on west side of Town Creek and north side of Pamteco River, according to an entry of Capt. Richard Smith, for 35 pds.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 4 Issue No. 1, June 1988, p1-2
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39055
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An early history of the formation of the town. Gives a Town Lot Map.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 4 Issue No. 1, June 1988, p2-6, map
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39063
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E. Allen, in Pungo, Pantego Township, Jan. 13, 1900; John Brown, June 23, 1846; Allen Buck, of Chocowinity, Apr. 8, 1890; John Cherry, Jan. 7/9, 1858; Annis Von Eberstein, Sept. 23, 1891; Simon Edwards, Jan. 20, 1876; M. M. Gray, Jan. 14, 1885; John H. Hammond, of Town of Washington, July 29, 1884; Henry Hooker, of Washington, N. C., July 30, 1894; Kelly Lilley, Sept. 17, 1881; Josephus/Joseph Lindsay, June 21, 1890; Sarah Ann Satchwell, Nov. 1, 1850; Nellie Simpson, of South Creek, Sept. 25, 1883; William J. Tyer, Nov. 28, 1885; Stephen West, Oct. 25, 1887; Wiley Woolard, Mar. 3, 1890.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 4 Issue No. 1, June 1988, p12-14
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39064
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The location of graves of John Gray Blount, Major Reading Blount; Col. Thomas Bonner, Capt. John Bonner, Col. James Bonner, Capt. Charles Crawford, Anderson Ellerson, Sr., Lt. Caleb Foreman, Capt. Nathan Keais, Col. John Patten, Joseph Guilford, Israel Harding, Corpl. Benjamin Ross, Robert Tripp.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 4 Issue No. 1, June 1988, p15-16
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39062
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This deposition is found in the Colonial Records (Second series) Vol. VII, Records of the Executive Council 1664-1734.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 4 Issue No. 1, June 1988, p10-12
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39056
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Peter Calia obtained a license to keep an Ordinary at Bathtown. Bond signed by Michael Cotanch and Peter Calia.
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39071
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Thomas Anderson, Apr. 10, 1902; John T. Downs, Apr. 16, 1917; Larance Goran, Nov. 27, 1906; George E. Snell, Apr. 28, 1902; T. D. Aldridge. Sr., of South Creek, Mar. 15, 1915; Warner Bailey, of Belhaven, Jan. 20, 1908; Churchill C. Carter, Apr. 2, 1913; Sallie Ann Munro, of Washington, NC, May 20, 1903; Grover E. Sawyer, Sept. 14, 1917; Cornelius B. Austin, Apr. 14, 1910; Margret L. Wilkerson, Oct. 3, 1912; James G/T/ Satterthwaite, Mar. 28, 1919.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 4 Issue No. 2, December 1988, p23-24
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39070
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These include business advertisements, land sales, election returns, religious notices, port entries, political notices, etc. Marriage Notices: Gen. William Augustus Blount-Ann B. Little, dau. of John, 1834; Baily Bateman-Miss Allen, dau. of Jesse, 1834; John Windley-Elizabeth Green, 1834; John Frizzel-Marthan Nelson, Pitt Co., 1839; Lafayette Dupree-Disha Newton, Pitt Co., 1839. Death notices: Died Mrs. Hassell, widow, age 56, 1834; Died Uel Able, age 46, 1834.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 4 Issue No. 2, December 1988, p19-22
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39068
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From an article written inside Beaufort County Deed Book 8, after page 134, begins again at page 125---a dedication to and by Joseph B. Hinton. ……”Secretary to the Town, Clerk to the Vestry, Judge Advocate, Paymaster, Surgeons Mate and Lieutenant in the Second Brigade of Militia of North Carolina.” Joseph B. Hinton, born Sept. 28, 1788 near Washington, NC.
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39072
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Found in Beaufort County Will Book C, pp. 191-192. (Includes: McAlpine, Whedbee) Mentions the American Colonization Society for transporting Free Negroes to Liberia.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 4 Issue No. 2, December 1988, p25-26
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39073
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She complains that she married in 1839 to Lorensy D. Windley and he has been habitually intoxicated and ill-treated her. She with her children left him in 1844.
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39069
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Hyde County Deed Book 15, p. 224…….. Mary E. Harris, wife of J. H. Harris, of Washington, NC, was age 21 on Oct. 13, 1879.
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39066
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Married on Aug. 28, 1901, in Yeatesville, NC, J. J. Cox, of Leechville, NC to Miss Leila Jones.
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