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12 results for Pitt County Genealogical Quarterly Vol. II Issue No. 1, February 1995
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31747
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Various articles on J. B. Smith, A. A. Smith, Theophilus Barnhill, J. R. Barnhill, Mrs. Charles McGlohorn; Green B. Letchworth, Mrs. Allen Crawford, J. H. P. Bryan, W. I. Whitehurst, Ben Frank Crawford, George Crawford, David L. Crawford, Calvin Crawford, G. T. Tyson, Biggs Cox, Joel Harrington, Jutry Jenny Hart, Barrom Hart, Philip Smith, Reading White, William Norville, Willie Belcher, Benjamin Phillips, William R. Dupree, Nasby R. Mills, Odell, Mills, Emerson Mills, Mills, Romia A. Mills, John Cherry, Dempsey Eason, Sherwood H. Broom, Henry Brewer, Bell, J. N. Bell, Burt Paramore, Dick Peebles. One article talks of the Cox family with all “Z” names.
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31753
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Willoughby Bible (1761-1844) (Includes Foreman) Jacob Moore Bible (1764-1877) (Includes Phillips, Tyson, Smith, Lilly, Burnette,) Edward Stokes Bible (1846-1978) (Includes Elliott, Moore, Campbell, Baker, Harrington,) G. T. Stokes Bible (1871-1989) (Includes Campbell, Edwards, Hardee, Laughinghouse, Paul, Morris, Haddock, Mills, Roberson) Gwaltney Bible (1850-1929) (Includes Dudley, Jones, Cannon) Dupree Family Bible (1851-1948)
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31755
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John Allen, age 104 in 1876, was born on Oct. 9, 1771 at sea when his parents were coming from England to America. He left his home near Greenville, NC and walked for a year to Huntington, WV.
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31750
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The marriage license dated Jan. 28, 1830 for John Moore and Nancy James was discovered.
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31752
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Article about N. L. Gray being badly wounded by his son, “Bud” Gray in 1908.
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31756
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Martha Galloway died Oct. 7, 1850 in the 69th year of her age. She was a widow and mother of a large concourse of children.
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31757
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This census gives Pitt County as the place of birth for George Davenport, William O. House, Richard Carson, and James Hathaway.
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31754
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In the Civil War, five brothers from Martin County, J. L. Corey, J. E. Corey, Harmon Corey, Joseph Corey, and J. J. H. Corey. They were still alive in 1898.
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31751
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The Revolutionary War Pension record of William Hardee (1756-1827) married Nancy Stocks.
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31758
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Surnames include: Nobles, James, Brown, Jarvis, Minton, Brooks, Godley, Hardy, Johnston, Johnson, Meeks, Buck, Sutton, Haddock, Causey, Bell, Lancaster, Bright, Evans, Anderson, Corbit, Hudson, Elks, Kittrell, McGlauhorn, Adams, Mills, Moore, Brooks, Adams, Little, Churchwell, Hancock, Hardee, Mills, Burney, Briley, Rollins, Jenkins, Nelson, Sutton, Smith, Cary, Simmons, Phillips, Hardee, Pugh, Scott, Brinson, Marsh, Allen, Herring, Skinner, Holland, English, Sermon, Cunningham, Hill, Stocks, Heard, Glover, Gabriel, Moyer, Wilder.
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31759
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Miss Nancy Wallace, aged 87, died in April 1900. She came from a long-lived family; her sister Miss Sallie Wallace died at age 85 and her brother Billie Wallace, died at over age 90.
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