NCPI Workmark
Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.

Search Results


14 results for Pitt County Genealogical Quarterly Vol. II Issue No. 2, May 1995
Currently viewing results 1 - 14
PAGE OF 1
Record #:
31764
Author(s):
Abstract:
The following are abstracts from the NC Supreme Court Cases, located in the search room at the NC Archives. Case #5888 Fred Johnson vs David Chapman; 1853 Craven County [Information on the Frederick Johnson family; Stephen Chapman, Frederick Chapman; Robert Godley; Benjamin Godley, Hilan Godley; Argent Adams; Hannah Smith] #525 Alice Hamilton, exctrx. of F. Hamilton vs. James Shepperd; 1818 Wayne County [Information on the Oliver Smith (d. 1807) family; Nancy Sheppard] #301 Bentley vs. Forbes; (no date) Pitt County [Information on Tapley Bentley (d. 1796) family; Whitney Nichols; Benjamin Forbes; Benjamin Barrow; Honour Barrow; Robert R. Gwaltney; William Rountree] #2233 Church Chapman vs. Jonathan Van Pelt; 1835 Craven County [Information on the family of Jonathan Van Pelt; Benjamin Gwaltney] ] Depositions with ages of: Charles J. Rountree, William Murphy, Henry Smith, Nancy Stocks, Rebecca Stocks, John Stokes, James Stokes, Stephen Smith, Moses Arnold, James Hanrahan, Abram Herrington. #7844 Fred Bryan vs. Sarah Manning; 1859 Martin County [Information on Hillary Whitehurst family; Fred J. Bryan]
Subject(s):
Record #:
31765
Author(s):
Abstract:
Mrs. J. F. H. Bryan Bible (1838-1932) (Includes Barnhill, Whitehurst, Eubanks, Manning) Asa O’Neal Bible (1787-1877) (Includes Sawyer) James H. Harris Bible and Family Records (1811-1991) (Includes Smith, Braxton, Hardee, Cherry, McLawhorn, Forbes, Hargett, Wood, Haskins, Nobles, Stox, Stokes, Worthington, Branch, Allen, Dail, Manning, Huggins) Amos James Evans Bible (1912-1975) (Includes Sermons, Bissette, Ashby, Beatty, Patrick, Hardee, Tyson, Clark) Richard Cannon Bible (1886-1929) (Includes Stokes, Worthington) Adams-Dixon Bible (scrap) (1816-1841) (Includes Woodall)
Subject(s):
Record #:
31761
Author(s):
Abstract:
Mrs. Turner Pollard, an elderly lady, visited Greenville for the first time since the Civil War to purchase her burial dress.
Subject(s):
Record #:
31763
Author(s):
Abstract:
Robert S. Quinerly moved over the Neuse River to Ft. Barnwell to take charge of a farm he purchased there.
Subject(s):
Record #:
31760
Author(s):
Abstract:
The following lists of Pitt County Wills and Administrations are from 1761-1768 and 1779-1781 and were found in the NC Secretary of State Papers, NC State Archives, file SS# 884.
Subject(s):
Record #:
31766
Author(s):
Abstract:
E. L. McGowan of St. Stephens, SC, a native of Pitt Co., is home visiting in Jan. 1889.
Subject(s):
Record #:
31770
Author(s):
Abstract:
Various death notices of Pitt Countians taken from selected newspapers on microfilm in the NC Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University. Foreman Adams 1895; Ritter Adams 1895; Mrs. Catherine Albritton 1888; Mrs. Louisa Allen 1882; Mrs. Mary Ann Andrews 1884; Benjamin Bell 1839; Mrs. Lydia Bell 1834; James Blow 1836; R. Blow 1881; Benjamin Briley 1853; Benjamin Briley 1889; Shadrach Cannon 1815; T. R. Cherry 1890; Howell Cobb 1815; Abram Cox 1897; Thomas R. Crawford 1871; John Elks 1900; Urias Elks 1852; Amos Evans 1888; Calvin Evans 1883; Ivy Fleming 1890; Ivey Foreman 1832; Joseph Gainer 1882; James Galloway 1895; Major William Gay 1900; John Harrington 1882; Eli Howell 1831; Mrs. Fannie Jackson 1890; Bythel James 1902; Mrs. Brittannia Jenkins 1845; Cornelius Kinsaul 1897; Mrs. Selphia Kinsaul 1888; John Laughinghouse 1831; Rev. Nathaniel Lockhart 1836; Thomas McLawhorn 1882; Miss Elizabeth Nelson 1910; Nathaniel Nobles 1868; Richard Powell 1826; Samuel Ralston 1829; Willis Randolph 1834; Edmund Ricks 1836; Polly Ann Rogers 1897; Mrs. Nancy Rollins 1885; William Alfred Ross 1897; Gen. Samuel Simpson 1836; Joab Smith 1878; Mrs. Noah Speir 1892; Mrs. Jannett Stewart 1852; Mrs. Louisa Taft 1886; Caleb Tripp 1893; Mrs. Caleb Tripp 1908; William Tugwell 1882; Rebecca Warren 1890; James Whitehurst 1897; Shade Wooten 1891; Harriet Yellowley 1890.
Subject(s):
Record #:
31773
Author(s):
Abstract:
Surnames include: Harris, Nobles, Little, Briley, Knight, Caton, Pipkin, Basden, Hill, Smith, Davenport, Hancock, Jones, Galloway, Richards, English, Sermon, Noble, Chapman, Hester, Pugh, Cannon, Dawley, Moore, Andrews, Wallace, Baldree, Langley, Wells, Mooring, Cade, Waters, Joyner, Tyson, Cobb, Bell, Phillips, Flanagan, Hanks, Wacaster, Tripp, Dail, Turnage, Jackson, Sermon, Frizzle, Erwin, Butts, Meeks, Cox, Nichols, Briley, Sutton, Haddock, Pate, Woolard, Bishop, Hodges, Clark, Galloway, Davis, Teel, James, Parker, Daniel, Smith, Hemby, Joyner, Moore, Cherry, Weaver, Whitehurst, Toler, Daw, Rowe, Edwards, Tuten, Gatlin, Tingle.
Subject(s):
Record #:
31769
Author(s):
Abstract:
John E. C. Godley, who claimed to be 104 years old on June 6, 1902. He claimed to be a veteran of the War of 1812-15, the Seminole War in Florida, the Mexican War and the Civil War. He had been married twice and had five children. He was a root and herb doctor who made wonderful soap.
Record #:
31771
Author(s):
Abstract:
Matthew Hart, aged 77 in 1903, was a veteran of the Civil War and engaged in 17 battles. He tied a red string around his arm after each battle and after he was captured the Yankees honored him for his gallantry.
Subject(s):
Record #:
31767
Author(s):
Abstract:
Three sisters, Miss Chrissie Carson, Miss Bedie Carson and Mrs. Theophilus Carson die at Mrs. M. A. James home in Bethel township in 1896.
Subject(s):
Record #:
31768
Author(s):
Abstract:
T. M. G. Ross of Chicod township died in Aug. 1896. He was a Confederate soldier who lost one of his arms on the battlefield.
Subject(s):
Record #:
31772
Author(s):
Abstract:
In 1889, Rev. R. W. Stancill of Troy, NY, a native of Pitt County, was brought his family South to spend a few weeks with relatives.
Subject(s):