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22 results for Pitt County Genealogical Quarterly Vol. XIX Issue No. 4, November 2012
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33454
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John Anderson, b. ca. 1760, d. after March 1833; served as a Major in the Revolution. Mentions other Revolutionary War soldiers: William Spain, John Hodges, Benjamin Hodges, Henry Barnhill.
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33458
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John Lavender Buck (1830-1903); m.1) Frances Miller; m.2) Laura Adaline Boyd; m.3) Maria Elizabeth Miller.
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33456
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The following are selected entries from the Book of Rights, 1741-1750, found in the NC Secretary of State Records. Selected names are from the counties of Beaufort, Craven, Edgecombe, Tyrrell, Hyde, Bertie, and Onslow.
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33455
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Died on July 25, 1899 at his home near Old Sparta, James T. Dupree, age 48, of acute-gastritus.
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33457
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Advertisement for $350 reward for a large list of Greene County, NC deserters.
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33474
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Petition for sale of land for partition---William Hall Haddock and wife Talitha E.; W. A. Spain; Mary E. Spain; James B. Cherry and T. R. Cherry, Plaintiffs versus Sidney H. Spain, executor of Charles H. Spain; James A. Brown and wife Mary M.; Robert A. Brown; James H. Brown; William A. Wilkerson; James H. Williford and wife Mary G.; W. G. Little, guardian for Emily Spain and Jane Spain, William A. Brown and Henry H. Brown, Defendants.
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33481
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Mrs. Elizabeth Brown Driver, b. Oct. 3, 1801 in Pitt Co., NC, d. Aug. 2, 1889 in Pitt Co., NC, dau. of Benjamin and Elizabeth Brown. She moved to Alabama in 1835 and married there in 1840 to John C. Driver. She moved back to Pitt County in 1867.
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33475
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Samuel Moore, b. Aug. 30, 1772, d. Jan. 16, 1847, son of William and Millicent Moore; md. Lidea Rasberry, b. 1779, d. Apr. 4, 1838. They had 13 children.
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33479
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List of Brandy Distillers in Pitt County, Edgecombe County and Wilson County.
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33500
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Benjamin F. Wooten died in 1865 in Pitt County leaving six brothers and sisters: George W. Wooten, William Wooten, Margaret Wooten Ward, Ella Wooten Jones and two other brothers unnamed. The list of heirs include Needham Ward; Pleasant Bowden; Samuel McKenzie; Mary Gillespie; Sarah Ross; Josiah Jones, John S. Barton and other Wooten nieces and nephews.
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33504
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A description of Beaver Dam Township, Pitt County in 1826 and in 1882, written by Jesse Smith (1813-1885). It mentions Archibald Adams and Benjamin Briley. It talks about population, agriculture, amusements, fighting, and courtship.
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33502
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The heirs of Benjamin W. Turnage were: Robert E. Turnage, Moses Turnage, Joseph L. Ballard and wife Seleta; Sherrod Tyson and wife Jane; Richard L. Tyson and wife Margaret; Henry Joyner and wife Allie; and Martha King.
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