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25 results for Pitt County Genealogical Quarterly Vol. VII Issue No. 3, August 2000
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32105
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This narrative talks about the people and houses on Grimmersburg Road (Route 91) from Farmville to Lang’s Crossroads. People mentioned include R. L. Davis, O. L. Joyner, Jacob Joyner, D. C. Joyner, Mr. Tripp, Charles Joyner, J. W. Moye, Dexter Jones, Jesse Smith, R. L. Smith, Alfred Moore, Earl Williams, Hepburn Burnette, B. S. Smith, William Joyner, Johnnie Joyner, R. L. Joyner, M. L. Moye, Bill Flanagan, A. J. Moye, Mrs. Dupree, Robert Turnage, L. A. Fulford, Matthew Carr, Aaron Turnage, Jr., A. P. Turnage, Hines, Prayther Hines, Gen. L. D. Tyson, Carrie Speight, Jesse Baker.
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32101
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Letter about John and Luke Bentley, 1846; Letter about Drury Grimmer, Richard Reeves, 1849; Letter about Charles Fleming, 1845; Letter about John Kennedy, 1849; Letter about Edward Flanagan, 1850; Letter about William McElroy, 1851; Letter about Charles Butler, Penelope Tant, 1850; Letter about Joseph Parker, Jemima Hemby, 1848.
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32108
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In May 1904, Jeremiah Wethington/Worthington, age 78, stated he had nearly 100 children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. He had twelve great grandchildren in the Curtis Corey family alone.
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32103
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On June 7, 1900 near Vanceboro, NC, John Manning was shot and supposedly killed by his nephew, Nile Manning, and his son, John Manning, Jr. John Manning, Sr. was believed to recover from the shooting. John Manning, Jr. escaped jail several times.
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32107
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This history of the Nelson, Whichard, Blount, Carson family of the Bethel, NC community was written in 1956 by Davis L. McWhorter.
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32106
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On Dec. 12, 1813, James Flanagan, age 26, deserted his army station in New Bern, NC.
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32102
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In 1894, Walter Carman, helped conduct a newspaper in Statesville, NC.
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32117
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John Jones was supposedly murdered by poison and his Will and estate were disputed. There are depositions given by : Abraham Hardee, Reuben Everett, Zelotas Collins, Jacob Briley, Frankey Harris, Tabitha Cherry, Richard Moye, Solomon Patrick, Olive Savage, Jacob Harris, Sarah Asbell, William Baldwyn, Charles Barber, Jesse Moore. Other names include Zelotas Collins, Mary/Polly Jones, Mrs. Benjamin Rogers, Allen Atkinson, John Gorman)
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32114
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These are a collection of articles concerning house fires in Pitt and Edgecombe Counties. Names include Mc. G. Bullock (1893); Benjamin Belcher (1895); R. J. W. Carson (1894); W. H. Harrington, Jr. (1911); Baltimore plantation (1900); Yankee Hall (1890); Quinn Cox (1909); Benjamin T. Eagles (1899); L. B. Mewborn (1900); J. S. Brown (1910); John Nichols (1911); Allie Joyner (1910); D. Webb McGlohon (1910).
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32111
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Will of John Allen, 1794, Craven Co., NC (includes Anderson, Rumley, Worsley, Manker, Phillips, Fillingam); Will of Frederick Mobly, 1858, Pitt Co., NC; Will of Mary E. Cannon, 1858, Pitt Co., NC (includes, Churchill, Blount, Hanrahan); Will of Martha May, 1850, Pitt Co., NC (includes Beardsley, Holliday, Moye); Will of Arthur Tripp, 1857, Pitt Co., NC.
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32110
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In March 1904, Mrs. Susan Cox, left Winterville to live with her son in Lincoln Co., NC. She had given him up to the Oxford Orphan Home and had not seen him in 25 years. He had grown up, married and amassed a snug amount of property.
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32113
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Death notice for William P. Bryan, age 58, d. Mar. 23, 1943, son of Benjamin Bryan and Sallie Smith. He married Eula Elizabeth Satterfield.
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32115
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On Aug. 2, 1895, Noah Chapman, a colored man, stowed away and hitched a ride under a train and was killed near Littlefield, Pitt County .
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32109
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In 1899, T. C. Manning, a native of the Bethel community, who had married in Florida, was running a hotel in Goldsboro, NC.
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