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28 results for Pitt County Genealogical Quarterly Vol. XXI Issue No. 3, August 2014
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33660
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On Dec. 31, 1869, in Greenville, NC, Edward Hoel was shot and killed by Arthur Dennis.
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33658
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James Hubbard, of Martin Co., NC, died at West Point, NY in Revolution. Mentions Amos Thomas and John Hogard, of Bertie Co., NC, Revolutionary War soldiers.
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33659
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On Dec. 11, 1756, David Hathaway of Beaufort Co., NC gave to his son, Thomas Hathaway, a fourth part of land on Conetoe Creek.
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33678
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On Dec. 31, 1869, in Greenville, NC, Edward Hoel was shot and killed by Arthur Dennis.
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33682
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An advertisement for no trespassing on John Norcott’s 4000 acres at Spier’s Neck on Tranter’s Creek and the Tar River.
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33686
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Her children named were Edward Thomas Salter, John Salter and Elizabeth Silby (Selby)
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33681
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On Mar. 14, 1758, Francis Rountree of Beaufort County sold to Caleb Spivey land on the east side of Tranters Creek, beside where Caleb Spivey lives.
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33679
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On Aug. 30, 1757, William Mitchell gave to his daughter, Mary Cannon, wife of Henry Cannon, the plantation he lives on.
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33683
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On March 1, 1758, William Cason gave property to his children: Henry Cason, Hillary Cason, and Elizabeth (Betty) Cason.
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33696
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Article by Jesse Lillington Jackson (1874-1969) about school houses and churches. He mentions McCoy Tripp, John Tripp, Reddin Tripp, Elias Braxton, Carrie Reeves, Jule Whichard, Heber Jackson, Elder Fred McGlohon, Herbert Ellis, George Ellis, Lottie Ellis, Felix Braxton.
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33691
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His land divided among Adams Corbett, Washington Corbett, Amos Corbett, Priscilla Corbett, Jackson Corbett, Edward Edwards and wife Susan, and Celia Corbett.
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