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59 results for Pitt County Genealogical Quarterly Vol. XXIV Issue No. 1-2, Feb.-May 2017
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34027
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On June 2, 1760, Alexander Ross of the borough of Norfolk, VA sold to Peter Rives of Sussex Co., VA land on the north side of the Tar River, granted to Walter Kelly by Patent dated Nov. 17, 1738; then conveyed to Benjamin Forbes. The Court took Forbes property for debt and on Apr. 11, 1754 Thomas Williams, the Sheriff of Beaufort County, sold the land to Alexander Ross.
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34033
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On Sept. 8, 1768, Harry Smith and wife Frances, of Craven Co., NC, sold to William Murphey, of Craven Co., NC, two tracts. One tract being granted to Charles Smith on Nov. 27, 1762. The other tract being a Patent to John Durham, who deeded it to William Charlton, Jr., who deeded it to Charles Smith, and then fell to his son, Harry Smith. Witnessed by William Blount, George Smith, Abraham Smith.
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34035
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On Oct. 26, 1772, Mary Dawson , of Craven Co., sold l150 acres to Thomas Delamar, of Craven Co., land on which Delamar now lives; being land granted William Mitchell by Patent dated Dec. 6, 1720, which fell by heirship to his daughter, Mary Dawson.
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34037
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On Sept. 27, 1773, Willoughby Adams, of Craven Co., sold to William Adams, of Craven Co., part of two tracts, part of Willoughby Adams Patent of 157 and Patent of 1760 on Clayroot Swamp.
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34034
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On Oct 25, 1771, James Spivey, of Craven Co., sold 170 acres at the fork of Great Contentnea Creek and Little Contentnea Creek to Abel Dail, of Craven Co.
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34036
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Died in April 1908 in Greene Co., NC, Isaac Waters, age 92 years, 3 months and 15 days. 120 of his children and grandchildren attended his funeral.
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34044
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The canal built in Indian Well Swamp cut by John A. Smith and Dennis C. Smith, was the diving line between Swift Creek and Chicod Townships.
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34045
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On June 9, 1777, Edward Gatlin of NC sold land to Hardy Gatlin, of Craven Co., part of a tract granted to John Blount by Patent dated Dec. 16, 1735 on Swift Creek. Mentions Joseph Worsley’s house.
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