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History of the Smallwood Family; Past and Present History of Aurora, NC; Facts About Bath, NC; List of other articles written by Robert Tripp Bonner that appeared in the Washington Progress.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 14 Issue No. 1, June 1998, p45-49
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Will of William Outlaw, Nov. 4, 1850 (includes: Dudley, Rogerson(; Will of John Selby, Jan. 10, 1851; Will of Louisa/Eliza Baynor, Feb. 1, 1858 (includes: Little); Will of Sally L. Jordan, Dec. 25, 1859 (includes: Beasley, Campbell, Oden); Will of James T. Clark, May 1862; Will of William Mayo, July 26, 1860 (includes: Harrell, Carrow, Angel, Bright, Hodges); Will of William Sneideker, Apr. 28, 1864.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 14 Issue No. 1, June 1998, p35-44
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The local hangings include: Aaron Bonner, 1875; N. P. Overton and Noah Taylor, 1877; Benjamin Whitfield, 1879. The execution of Hatton Perry for rape in May 1898 was the first legal execution in Beaufort County since the Civil War.
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Ye Old Bath Town--The Washington Progress Jan. 20, 1916 William Bryan of the Craven County, Brigadier General in the American Revolution--The Washington Progress Sept. 7 and Sept. 14, 1916 About Robert Tripp--The Washington Progress Nov. 9, 1916
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