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24 results for Pitt County Genealogical Quarterly Vol. XXI Issue No. 4, November 2014
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33703
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John Wilson, b. in 1756 in Craven County, NC (later Pitt County); moved to Wayne Co., NC one year after the Revolution and stayed there seven years; then moved to Sampson County, NC and lived there three years; and then moved to Cumberland Co., NC. He was a resident of Cumberland Co., NC in 1832.
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33704
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On Feb. 7, 1758, Francis Rountree of Beaufort Co., NC sold to Jesse Rountree 170 acres on the east side of Tranters Creek, beside plantation of Jesse Rountree.
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33708
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Charles Vines died leaving widow, Sophia (who remarried Richard Johnston) and children: John Vines, Anna Letitia Vines, Charles Vines and Fanny Ann Vines (dec’d). Other heirs were: James Johnston and Artisia his wife, Robert Bell, and Highland Bland and wife Sally.
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33707
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On July 19, 1822, Lewis Hatton, John Hatton, Richard Baldree and wife Dicey, Jacob Moore and wife Jane, Sintha Hatton, and Reuben Hatton gave a slave to their mother, Fanny Hatton.
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33710
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The estate divided among Samuel Simpson, James Easton, Joseph Brickell, and Lawrence O’Bryan.
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33709
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Mentions: John Speir, Benjamin Brown, Henry Ellis, Anthony Kinnin, William Baldwyn.
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33712
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On Jan. 22, 1896, at the Pitt County Court House, William Braxton and Fily Hardy were married.
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33713
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Mentions wife Chrischana; brother Moses Turnage; brother Amos Turnage; nephew Thomas T. Turnage; nephew Thomas Hooker, Jr.; nephew Travis Hooker; neice Louisa Joyner, brother Elias Turnage; nephew William Franklin Hooker; sister Clara Askew; Lewis Turnage.
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33715
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Simon Keel dec’d had a Will and bequeathed to his wife Penelope and to heirs: Margaret Keel (m. Reuben Kinsaul); Tempy Keel (m. B. Keel); Nancy Keel (m. Martin Moore); Mary Ann Keel, and John W. Keel. Martin Moore and wife Nancy had two daughters: Patience Moore (m. O. P. Humber) and ____ Moore (m. Lemuel McGowan).
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33721
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Mancel Flake died leaving sons: Amsley Flake, John C. Flake; daughters: Lydia Ewell, Tempy Flake, Martha Teel; grandson: John L. Teel.
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33716
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In Jan. 1896, Charlie Brown and his former slave, Amos Brown, were both in the Pitt County Home.
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