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9 results for Pitt County Genealogical Quarterly Vol. II Issue No. 3, August 1995
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31774
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Will of Taplie Bentley, 1796; Will of Benjamin Barrow, 1807 (includes Forbes); Will of Simon Burney, 1829 (includes Wilson, Kilpatrick, Smith, Wooten); Will of James Brooks, 1806 (includes Wilson, Tucker, Bond); Will of Jacob Moore, 1820 (includes Staton, Phelps); Will of Dinah Whitehurst, 1847 (includes Barnhill, Hathaway); Will of Jeremiah McGlohon, 1819 (includes Turnage).
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31775
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In July 1884, C. C. Kirkman, the bee raiser, came to Greenville, NC with one pound blocks of honey, which he had taken from his patent hives.
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31780
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Surnames include: Bailey, Townsend, Bryan, Manning, Johnson, Moore, Barnhill, Whitehurst, Haddock, Nobles, Harris, Chance, Wilson, Pilkington, Brooks, Hardee, Nelson, Barrington, Gaskins, Jones, Barrington, Serman, Peed, Stringer, Durant, Pugh, Kilpatrick, Coward, Albritton, Pope, Lang, Rodgers, Warren, Darden, Stephenson, Williams, Riddick, Linkfield, Croom, Phillips, Cannon, Bryan, Maxie, Myers, Willcutt, Amason, Cobb, Gilliam, Martin, Norman, Cunningham, Henderson, Swindle, Roberts, Riley, Kemp, Kuykendall, Berry, Drake, Hancock, Blount, Powell, Wallace, Shivers, Rountree, Powell, Patrick, Carr, Kennedy, Speight, Harper, Eason, Sheppard, Murphrey, Baker, Wainright, Turnage, House, Barfield, Bowen, Spruill, Davenport, Clarke, Cherry, Perry, Forbes, Shannon, Johnson, Wooten, Murphy, Rigney, Council, Hardy, Taylor, Nobles, James.
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31781
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In Sept. 1910, W. E. Whitmore of Scotland Neck was visiting family in Greenville. He was a Confederate veteran and during the Civil War was stationed near Red Banks Church, where two of his comrades were killed and one captured when on picket duty in attempting to prevent an advance of Federal troops on Greenville. He and R. R. Cotton were in the same company.
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31776
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Lee Bible (1853-1940) (Includes Little, Moore, Haddock); J. S. Moore Bible (1824-1949) (Includes Tucker, Mumford, Godley, Mayo); William Holloway Bible (1757-1850) (includes Griffin, Swain, Parrish, Edmondson, Hendry, Alderman, Albritton, Summerlin, Sowell, Smith, Kimbrell, Malden, Selph, Adams); Noah Allen Buck (1846-1888) (Includes Cox, Wynn, Elks); James Campbell Record (1775-1790); Elias J. Blount Bible (1852-1886) (Includes Williams).
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31778
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Abraham Smith died in 1818 in Pitt County leaving a Will and children: Levi Cox and wife Sarah; Lewis Smith and wife Mary; Samuel W. Jones and wife Jemima; Elizabeth Smith, John Wingate and wife Frances; James Smith; and William Smith.
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31779
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Obituaries for Mrs. Isabella Moore 1906; J. P. Manning 1901; G. S. Johnson 1908; Louis B. Cox 1902; R. A. Willoughby 1910; Mrs. J. T. Smith 1910; Mrs. J. C. C. Jenkins 1910; Alfred James 1908; Mrs. M. A. Hoyt 1889; William Robert Horne 1910; Jesse Cox 1871.
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31782
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In 1888, D. T. House, who had left Pitt County nine years before and settled in Texas, has moved back to Pitt County.
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31777
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Mr. Joe Brooks and nephew, of Memphis, TN, were visiting Greenville, NC in 1895. He was born in Greenville in 1819.
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