3 edition of To the electors of the counties of Johnson, Wayne, Greene, Lenoir, Jones, Craven, & Carteret found in the catalog.
To the electors of the counties of Johnson, Wayne, Greene, Lenoir, Jones, Craven, & Carteret
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According to what I have, Manassa was the son of John Sabiston and Sarah Owens. However, I don't have much on Manassa, as he apparently moved to Craven County shortly after he married Zilphia. This is what I have: Descendants of David Sabiston Generation No. 1 1. DAVID1 SABISTON was born , and died J in Beaufort, Carteret County. Carteret County more of the south shore of the Neuse River. The boundary with Craven County was slightly adjusted again on 18 Feb Carteret County Historical Sites and Events Site /Event Description Adams Creek (, ) Adams Creek rises in central Carteret County and flows north into Craven County and the Neuse River. For a.
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Get this from a library. To the electors of the counties of Johnson, Wayne, Greene, Lenoir, Jones, Craven, & Carteret. [Jesse Slocumb]. To the electors of the counties of Johnson [i.e. Johnston], Wayne, Greene, Lenoir, Jones, Craven, & Carteret.: Fellow citizens.
At the general election in August, you will be called on to select some individual to represent you in the next Congress of the United States. Population schedules of the second census of the United States,North Carolina [microform] by United States.
Bureau of the Census; United States. National Archives and. Book/Printed Material To the voters of the third Congressional district, composed of the Counties of Carteret, Craven, Jones, Onslow, Duplin, Wayne, Johnston and Sampson.
Fellow-Citizens: I am a Jones for your suffrages, at the election to be held on the first W. Carteret County is a county located in the U.S. state of North of the census, the population Its county seat is Beaufort.
The county was created in as Carteret Precinct and gained county status in It was named for Sir George Carteret, one of the 17th century English Lords Proprietor, or for his descendant and heir John Carteret, 2nd Earl for: Sir George Carteret.
20 Aug. –20 Dec. Jesse Slocumb, congressman, was born near the site of the future town of Dudley in southern Wayne County, the son of Ezekiel and Mary (Polly) Hooks received a modest education locally and began farming, but inat the time of his marriage to Hannah G.
Green, daughter of Colonel Joseph Green of Wayne County, he was described as a merchant in Wilmington. SOURCES OF FREE E-BOOKS Craven-Pamlico-Carteret Regional Library: Overdrive - CPC Regional Library's new eBook and audiobook service.
Check out our. You will find the families of Whitfields, McCoys, Taylors, Fonvilles, etc. in the early Craven Co, NC area later becoming Lenoir, Jones, Dobbs and Wayne Co's, NC. You will also find the Pearce's in Duplin in the mid 18th century finding their way into New Hanover (later Pender Co, NC) in the early to mid 19th century when they met up with.
John Carteret, 2nd Earl Granville, 7th Seigneur of Sark, KG, PC (/ k ɑːr t ə ˈ r ɛ t /; 22 April – 2 January ), commonly known by his earlier title Lord Carteret, was a British statesman and Lord President of the Council from to ; he worked extremely closely with the Prime Minister of the country, Spencer Compton, Earl of Wilmington, in order to manage the various Monarch: George II, George III.
The Joseph Roberts family may have resided near the mouth of Whiteoak River, which was the border between Onslow Co, NC, Carteret Co, NC and Craven County all coming together at that area. This part of Craven County was cut off to form Jones County inso perhaps this family lived in what later became Jones County.
John Bell: Craven, Greene, Lenoir, Wayne counties William Brawley: Mecklenburg County *William Brisson: Bladen, Johnson, Sampson counties Mark Brody: Anson, Union counties Dana Bumgardner: Gaston George Cleveland: Onslow County Debra Conrad: Forsyth County Ted Davis: New Hanover County Jimmy Dixon; Duplin, Wayne counties Nelson Dollar: Wake County.
I would like to correspond with anyone who might have information about the Watsons of Craven, Lenoir and Jones Counties of North Carolina. I’m a descendant of Eli J. COX of Craven/Lenoir County border area, and he had three, possibly four wives over the course of his life.
I descend from his last wife, Nancy Catherine WATSON. Carteret County, North Carolina, was formed from Craven County inalthough the deeds for the Carteret precinct of Craven County begin inthe starting point for this work publication from noted genealogist John Anderson Brayton. : John Anderson Brayton.
Carteret County was formed in from Craven County: Table of Contents: Bibles: Biographies: Cemeteries: Census: Churches: County Records: Court: Deeds: History: Marriages: Military: Newspapers: Obituaries: Post Cards: Tax Lists: To contribute records about your ancestors Click Here: Return to the NCGenWeb Archives Table of Contents.
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Court House Square Beaufort, NC Ph: ; Helpful Links. Departments; Careers; Staff Directory; Employee E-Mail. Shop Carteret Community College Apparel, Textbooks, Merchandise and Gifts at the Bookstore. Flat-Rate Shipping. Descendants of Captain John Nelson, Atlantic Baldwin Barnwell Beaufort Benjamin Bern Betty Biloxi bor n born on 17 born on 22 Carawan Caroline Carteret Catherine Cemetery Craven daughter David DAVIS died on 14 died on 25 DUNCAN Elisha NELSON Elizabeth BISHOP Descendants of Captain John Nelson, Author: Carteret.
The following counties adjoin and form the boundaries of Carteret County: Craven, Hyde, Jones, Onslow & Pamlico. Below are the counties that are near Straits. For each of these counties, we show a sample of those communities that are closest to Straits. Counties included in this region: Carteret, Greene, Jones, Lenoir, Martin, Onslow, Pitt Vision Statement All August all early educators and school age professionals working with or on behalf of children ages birth through twelve in our region will have access to professional development opportunities that.
Coree Indians. A tribe, possibly Algonquian, formerly occupying the peninsulas of Neuse river, in Carteret and Craven counties, North Carolina. They had been greatly reduced in a war with another tribe beforeand were described by Archdale as having been a bloody and barbarous people.
Lawson refers to them as Coranine Indians, but in .Carteret County, located in the Coastal Plain region of eastern North Carolina, was formed in from Craven County and was named for Lord Proprietor John Carteret.
It is a largely coastal county that incorporates the southern end of the Outer Banks, including Cape inhabitants of Carteret County included the Hatteras, Core, Neuse, and Tuscarora Indians, followed by French.From Pitt County Deed Book AA, p Ransom B. CAMPBELL & others to John FORNES.
This indenture made the eighth day of June one thousand eight-hundred and eleven between Ransom B. CAMPBELL and Emanuel EDWARDS, Elizabeth EDWARDS and John FORNES, Jr. of Craven County and State of North Carolina of the one part, John FORNES Senior of the County and state above .