2 edition of descendants of James Greene of Anson County, North Carolina found in the catalog.
descendants of James Greene of Anson County, North Carolina
|Statement||by Allen Thomas.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.G8 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||548 p. :|
|Number of Pages||548|
|LC Control Number||00106558|
DENNIS5 MCCLENDON (JOHN4, DENNIS3, DENNIS MACKLENDON /2, JOHN MACKLENDON /1) was born in Perquimans County, North Carolina, and died in Anson County, North Carolina. He married MARY INGRAM Bet. - in North Carolina, daughter of ISHAM INGRAM and MARTHA TURNER. About History of Anson County, North Carolina, Anson County, which at its formation in encompassed all of central and western North Carolina and portions of South Carolina, is the parent of the North Carolina counties of Mecklenburg, Montgomery, Richmond, Rowan, and Union. To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed the entire object, paste this HTML in website To link to this page, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this page, paste this HTML in website.
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Genre/Form: Genealogy: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thomas, Allen. Descendants of James Greene of Anson County, North Carolina.
Fernandina Beach, FL (P. The descendants of Pinkney and Harriet Mauney of Lincoln County, North Carolina / Catalog Record Only "The African-American descendants of Valentine Mauney, an early settler of Lincoln County, NC, through his great-great-grandson Pinkney Mauney." Includes.
The 4th Descendants of James Greene of Anson County Carolina Provincial Congress met in Halifax on April 4, where a selected committee consisting of Cornelius Harnett of Wilmington, Thomas Burke of Orange County, Allen Jones of Northampton County, Thomas Jones of Chowan County, Abner Nash of New Bern, John Kinchen of Orange County, Samuel Johnston of Edenton and James Green Children: Col.
Joseph Green, Fernifold Green, Eleanor George, Thomas Green, John Green. Get this from a library. The Moore families of Anson and Union counties, North Carolina, [i.e. [Nancy Jane Moore Austin; Mary Lois Moore Yandle] -- James Moore, Sr. ( ) owned land in Anson Co., N.C.
in He was the father of five children: John (), Moses (b), William (), James R. (), Robert R. "Chowan County, North Carolina County Court Minutes; Book I, and Book II, & " Weynette Parks Haun, Durham NC, CWM "Chowan County, North Carolina Marriage Records " Frances T.
Ingmire, Iberian, Athens, GA CWM. ABT in of Anson Co.,North Carolina d. BEF in of Anson Co.,North Carolina From book Descendants of Gideon Greene: page 11 GIDEON GREENE "During the Revolution we are proud of the fact there entered a man in the service of the Colonists cause by the name of Gideon Greene.
Records are found in the Anson Co deed and patent books and are abstracted in Brent H. Holcomb's Anson County, North Carolina, Deed Abstracts, Another source is in Vol (May ), "Anson County, NC, Quit Rent Lists, ," North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal, which gives the record of lands in Anson Co which were.
Surry County, November 8,George Sims was a witness at Court in a suit against John Lane. Order Bookpg. The suit was dismissed. Surry County, J —George Sims had a suit in Court: “At a Court held at Southwark for the County of Surry June ye 20th: File Size: 1MB. Descendants of Henry Dixon (Source: ) Anson County, North Carolina Relatives Douglas and Clemons Ancestry Biography of Robert Spain Duke (Source: Internet Archive) Duncan in Anson North Carolina book.
NC (Source: Duncan Research Files) The Eason Family from North Carolina to Tennessee (Source: Genealogy Trails History Group). Anson County, North Carolina: Heads of Families. Source: Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the year - North Carolina.
Publ. Transcribed by Linda Natale) Name of Head of Family: Free white males of 16 +, including heads of families. Greene County, NC Vital Records.
Where can find Greene County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records. Greene County vital records can be found at the North Carolina Department of Health which has copies of birth records after and death records aftercopies of marriage since Jan and a Divorce records since There is a fee for each copy requested.
Benjamin Clark appears in the deed records of Anson County, North Carolina on several occasions, and these records establish his family relationship with William and David Clark, and also with his maternal grandfather, Thomas Arrington and also with Francis Clark. On August 6,the following indenture was made, and recorded in October This page is a list of the European colonists and/or immigrants who came to America, who have ancestry that can be traced to the Emperor Charlemagne.
(For a worldwide list, see Project Charlemagne.) A Robert Abel (c), Dannett Abney (/bet/), Daniel Adams (), President John Quincy Adams (), Lt. Col. John Allyn (c), Elizabeth Alsop (. Federal census records for North Carolina began in The enumeration is missing for Caswell, Granville, and Orange counties; the is missing the counties descendants of James Greene of Anson County Craven, Greene, New Hanover, and Wake, (though the information has been substituted in most publications with tax lists); and the is complete except for Currituck, Franklin, Martin, Montgomery, Randolph and Wake counties.
Descendants of Brittian Lindsey Green Generation No. 1 AN LINDSEY2 GREEN(JESSIE BARNETT1 #1) was born Bet. - in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and died He married TEMPERANCE DEMPSEY STOGNER She was born in Rock Hole Creek, Montgomery County, North Carolina(now Stanly Co.), and died in Stanly County, North Carolina.
Anson County Heritage (North Carolina) Hardcover – by Unknown (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, "Please retry" — — Author: Unknown. Mary Dabbs (Joseph1) was born in and died in in Anson County, North Carolina. Mary married Patrick Henry Boggan in in Wake County [Anson County], North Carolina.
87 Patrick was born circa in Ireland and died in He first married an Elizabeth _?_. Descendants of James & William Lockridge - Pioneer Brothers of Early Augusta County, VA: Walters, Robert & Harriett: R5: Descendants of James Greene of Anson County, North Carolina: Thomas, Allen: R1: Descendants of James Isaac Frachiseur: Frachiseur, David: Q6: Descendants of John D.
Arnold: Arnold, Bill & Jackie: Q1: Descendants of Joshua and. (Most of the LOVE family left North Carolina and moved farther West, and many of them appear on the records of Knox county, Tennessee. JAMES LOVE, son of Col. Robert Love, married a Miss Coman of Raleigh, North Carolina and their descendants still reside.
Anson County, NC: deed: Anson County, North Carolina: Abstracts of Early Records, p. Lambert Hopkins executed deed to Daniel Bankston: 07 Bankston, Daniel: 12 Jul Daniel Bankston [#] Anson County, NC: road crew: Anson County Court Minutes p.
(Thanks to Rev. Cynthia Forde for copy.). Free African Americans of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Delaware. present. - free online book.
[Board] McCarty, Leah. The Boards: From Bedford County, Virginia to Breckinridge and Meade Counties of Kentucky. McCarty, [Board] Obert, Isabelle Board. GENEALOGY BOOK-LIST Walker of Pitt County, Wells of Duplin County, Wester of Edgecombe County.
North Carolina-South Carolina Bible Records. Bibles - pages. By Jeannette Holland Austin. of Charlotte County, Overton of Hanover County, Parker of Charles City, Nansemond, Isle of Wight counties, Peake of James City County, Peek of.
North Carolina} Duplin County} 18 Feb William MOBLEY, estimated birth 's died in North Carolinamarried Lucy Allen 3/1/ in Johnston Co. North Carolina. Edward MOBLEY was the bondsman. Lucy ALLEN, born 6/23/ married William Blake in Wake Co.
North Carolina after the death of husband William MOBLEY. WAKE CO. Click on a person's name, below, to go to that person's genealogy page. Birth: AboutAnson County, North Carolina Death: AboutAnson County, North Carolina Father: James Pickett Mother: Hannah Reynolds Partner: Elizabeth Raiford Marriage: Anson County, North Carolina Child: James Pickett Born: 1 JuneAnson County, North Carolina ⇒.
Anson County, North Carolina Genealogy and History. Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy. Welcome to North Carolina Genealogy Trails. Our goal is to help you track your ancestors through time by transcribing genealogical and historical data and placing it online for the free use of all researchers.
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Descendants of Benjamin Jones Contributed by John Norvill Jones. Generation No. B ENJAMIN 2 J ONES (J OHN 1) was born Abt. in Hanover/New Kent County, Virginia?, and died Abt. May in Bute County, North Carolina married J OHANNAH P ERRY 2 Unknown, daughter of P ERRY and U was born Abt.
in Virginia?, and died Abt. in Warren County, NC. Walton from the James and Many Descendants: American Origin, James River Locale, Colony of Virginia, Those of Isle of Wight County, Those of York County, Those of King and Queen County, Those of Surry County.
Edenton, North Carolina: n.p., Lewis D. LILES b: 8 FEB in Pee Dee, Anson Co., North Carolina d: 26 JUL James C. LILES b: 12 MAR in Pee Dee, Anson Co., North Carolina John H. LILES b: 1 MAR in Pee Dee, Anson Co., North Carolina d: 18 SEP Caswell S.
LILES b: 10 APR in. John 1 will was made on 17 Feb /4 and proved on 26 Jul in Beaufort Co. DEED RECORDS: "James Hogg to John Adams, all right title and interest in my entry on Old Town Creek, near Thomas Point's land, 4 Apr w/ Thomas Pointe, Levi Gruenwhitt" (Notes taken by Larry Cates from Beauford Co.
NC Deed Book 1, page 18); "Thomas Harding to John Adams, 1/2 acre lot in. James and Clark ADAIR were named executor and executrix, and Clark ADAIR witnessed the will, along with William BAIRFIELD. The will, made on 19 September and proved by the witnesses in the Johnston County March Courtwas recorded in the Secretary of the Province's Will Book 7, pages andnow in the North Carolina Archives.
The first third of the volume traces politics in the county, with important chapters devoted to Anson's fiercely independent Regulator movement preceding the American Revolution.
The middle portion of the volume covers Anson's social history: education, religion, agriculture and industry, social and cultural life, etc. Genealogists will undoubtedly be most interested in the final third of the.
* 24 OctAnson Co., North Carolina, Deed Book K, pg Stephen Jackson, blacksmith, sold to William Blewett for pounds acres-- * 23 Jan Anson Co., North Carolina Deed Book C2 Page - Slave Bill: Stephen Jackson to Ann Hendrick, both of Anson County, North Carolina, for L40, Negro girl Silva, age four or five.
Anson County NC Probate Records. USA (1,) > North Carolina (55,) > Anson County () > Anson County Probate Records (17). USA (1,) > North Carolina (55,) > North Carolina Probate Records (1,) > Anson County Probate Records (17). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level.
Statewide collections are found on the North Carolina Probate Records page. North Carolina only took one census spanning the yearsbut there is not a return for Anson County.
May Wilson McBee, in her book Anson County, North Carolina, Abstracts of Early Records, abstracted the petitions of Anson County residents to the North Carolina General Assembly for the years These petitions are a fairly good. Thomas Gillespie (Decem – Decem ) was a large plantation owner in mid-to-late 18th-century North Carolina and served as commissary of the Rowan County Regiment in the North Carolina militia during the American spent his early life in Augusta County, Virginia before migrating to Anson County, North Carolina in aboutwhere he lived most of his life on Died: Decem (aged 78), plantation on.
–ca. James Robert Adair, author, planter, and Indian trader, eldest son of Thomas Adair, was born in County Antrim, Ireland. With his father and three brothers he came to the colonies insettling first in Pennsylvania near the present town of Chester.
history and origin The Allen and Allan surname derives from aluinn, meaning fair or handsome. It also derives from the Gaelic and Breton personal name of the pre-Christian era Ailin which loosely translates as Little rock, although it may also mean harmony.
The Allan surname spelled with an "a" is generally considered to be associated with Scottish clans, including Clan Donald, Clan Grant.
Finally, in the southern part of Bladen County was combined with part of Brunswick County to form Columbus County. Bladen County is considered the "mother county" of North Carolina because of the counties in North Carolina, 55 of them at one point belonged to Bladen County. It is also the fourth largest county in North Carolina.
Tryon County Land Records. Land Survey, FileGrant Date:Grantee: James Logan, Watershed: Fishing Cr., Chainbearers: George Gill, Samuel Porter. (Philbeck, Tryon County, North Carolina, Index to Land Surveys) Deed Book 1, p 23 OctJohn Standford of Tryon Co., to Essex Capshaw of same, son of Francis Capshaw decd, and Elizabeth his now relict, for natural love.
Anson County is a member of the regional Centralina Council of Governments. As of the Census, Anson County is located entirely in North Carolina's 9th congressional district, which is currently represented by Republican Dan for: George Anson, Baron Anson.Union County and the Old Waxhaw Settlement by Robert Ney McNeely The territory lying between the Rocky River and the Catawba and which now comprises Union County, North Carolina, was, prior to the coming of the white settlers, inhabited by a tribe of Indians called the “Waxhaws,” from whom the Waxhaw Settlement took its name.InJames first appeared in the records of Anson County, North Carolina, in a land grant and a survey there.
The family was clearly living in Anson County bywhen James received a Granville grant for the acres on Kerr Creek (also known as James .