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  Ninth Generation
Benjamin SKINNER Junior was born in 1771 in Lenoir County, North Carolina.
Nathan SKINNER was born in 1773 in North Carolina.
Susannah SKINNER was born in 1777 in North Carolina.
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 Johnston County, North Carolina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Johnston County is a county located in the state of North Carolina.
Johnston County is a member of the regional Triangle J Council of Governments.
In the county the population is spread out with 26.10% under the age of 18, 8.10% from 18 to 24, 34.20% from 25 to 44, 21.70% from 45 to 64, and 9.80% who are 65 years of age or older.
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 North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
This major battle, the largest ever fought in North Carolina, was the only significant attempt to defeat the large Union army of Gen. William T. Sherman during its march through the Carolinas in the spring of 1865.
North Carolina's Fourth Provincial Congress met in Halifax in the spring of 1776.
The North Carolina State Capitol, completed in 1840, is one of the finest and best-preserved examples of a major civic building in the Greek Revival style of architecture.
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 The Jimmie Holland Family of North Carolina
Wayne County was taken from Dobbs County in 1779 and in 1791 Dobbs County was abolished.
Curtis Holland was born in 1801 in North Carolina; died in Johnston County, North Carolina, in 1876.
His gravesite is located near the intersection of North Carolina state roads 1333 and 1337 on the west size of North Carolina Highway 581, referred to here as the Elisha Holland II Cemetery.
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 Lucas-Family.org - George Williams of Isle of Wight County, Virginia & Descendants
Robert moved to Dobbs County, North Carolina where he served in the 1771-1774 Militia and was listed on the tax roles.
He served in the Duplin County Militia during the Revolutionary War and has been awarded a number by the Sons of the American Revolution.
George Robert Williams, son of Blaney Williams and Mary Jane Draughon was born 1838 in Sampson County, North Carolina.
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 North Carolina County Development
North Carolina's county records, in custody of the North Carolina State Archives, are generally the most valuable for genealogical research.
Because the original and microfilmed records are arranged by county rather than by category or surname, researchers must know which county to investigate for each event in an ancestor's life (the county as it was then, not as it is now).
If the county name is underlined or highlighted, clicking on it will link to a short history of the county and a state map that shows the county's location.
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 dobbs-1
Chesley Dobbs was a native of Culpepper County, Virginia, being born there in 1749.
Sallie was a native of North Carolina, and a member of the well know southern Morgans.
Webmaster Note: The Dobbs Family is NOT on the 1800 census, apparently having left before the federal census was taken.
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 North Carolina History and Fiction Digital Library - Duplin County. Twelve North Carolina Counties in 1810-1811. North ...
In 1779, he was in command of an expedition of North Carolina militia sent to the aid of General Lincoln in Georgia.
McAden returned to North Carolina in 1759, and became the resident minister of the congregations in Duplin and New Hanover counties.
Francis Oliver was a delegate from Duplin County in the Convention of 1788.
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29 Jun 1974, in Sunflower County, Mississippi, Johney Mackey Posey{\pard\plain \v\f0\fs24 {\xe {Posey\:Johney Mackey}}}.
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 James Frederick Croom, Senior, Croom Genealogy & North Carolina Family Site
Abel settled between 1740 and 1741 along the Neuse River in an area of Craven County that soon became Johnston County in 1750 and Dobbs County in 1757.
Dobbs Co, NC, records show a John CROOM as a property owner adjoining a 129 acre patent granted to a Jesse CROOM in Dec 1768.
Prior to the war, Roger "King" MOORE and his brother Maurice came north leading the SC militia to help in fighting the Indians in the Tuscarawas War, thus introducing a number of young men in the militia to eastern North Carolina.
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 III.b4. Ephraim Pettypool[5] (of William[1] , William[2] , William[3] , Stephen[4] ) married Ursula Avent
Ephraim moved to Dobbs County, North Carolina between 1765-1769 (3) as indicated in deed indices of Johnston, Dobbs and Lenoir Counties.
Ephraim and Ursula's land on Beaver Pond Creek, Northampton County, North Carolina, was the same creek on which the Richard and Ann Pettypool Massey family lived on the Virginia side in Brunswick County.
___ foresaid and county of Pitt plantor for and in consideration
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 Manuscripts Dept, UNC at Chapel Hill
The Cameron family of Orange and Durham Counties and Raleigh, North Carolina, was among the state's largest landowners and slaveholders during the antebellum period.
Most of the correspondence is from friends and supporters in Durham and Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and nearly all of the clippings pertain to the activities of the Frasier sons at Chapel Hill and in later years.
Scrapbooks of clippings from North Carolina newspapers relating to the public life and interests of Hodges while he was lieutenant governor and governor of North Carolina.
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 Croom Family Genealogy -- Missing! Wanted!
A study of the Croom families of North Carolina and their descendants in many parts of the country indicates that the Christian name Major was very popular in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Elizabeth was born before 1730 in Goochland County, VA and died 29 Jun 1784 in Dobbs Co., NC.
The 1850 Census for New Hanover County indicates that Timothy was born in 1800.
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 Grantham Family
) was born 1722 in Dobbs County, North Carolina, and died 1782 in Wayne County, North Carolina.
was born 1727 in Dobbs County, North Carolina, and died 1787 in Wilkes County, Georgia.
She was born May 20, 1824 in Chester County, South Carolina, and died August 24, 1893 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.
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 Lucas-Family.org - John Lucas of Dobbs County, North Carolina & Descendants
He applied for a land grant in 1779 that was granted by Governor Alexander Martin in 1782.
The land grant of 200 acres was located in Dobbs County but was registered in Wayne County in 1782.
Wayne County was formed from Dobbs County in 1779.
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 III.b3. Abraham Pettypool[5] (of William[1] , William[2] , William[3] , ?Stephen[4] )
Elias Bergereon was the son of Jacques and Judith Peletan Bergeron of New York and Northampton County, North Carolina.
Since Ephraim Pettypool, Abraham Sr's brother, was in Fairfield County, Camden District, it is likely that Abraham of Fairfield was the son of Ephraim Pettypool of Dobbs County, North Carolina and Camden District, Fairfield County, South Carolina, and not the son of Abraham Senior of Camden District, Clarendon-Sumter Counties, South Carolina.
Pitt County, North Carolina, Tax Lists, 1762 and 1763, transcribed by Roger Kammerer (kammerer@hotmail.com) ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/pitt/census/ptax1763.txt USGENWEB NOTICE: In keeping with our policy of providing free information on the Internet, data may be used by non- commercial entities, as long as this message remains on all copied material.
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 Pender County North Carolina Genealogy
It is in the southeastern section of the State and is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean and New Hanover, Brunswick, Columbus, Bladen, Sampson, Duplin and Onslow counties.
The county commissioners were ordered to hold their first meeting at Rocky Point.
In 1877 an act was passed repealing that section of the law relative to the town, and another law was enacted whereby the qualified voters were to vote on the question of moving the county seat to South Washington or any other place which the majority of the voters designated.
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 Bergeron, Elie\Elias/
(North Carolina State Library, Raleigh) From 1761 to 1785 Elias Bergeron is listed 13 times as a witness in the deeds of Pitt County, North Carolina.
Cites in 1769: Bargamon, Elias Dobbs County [directly under listing is] Bargamon, Elisha, son of Elias, Dobbs County.
This listing was based on the North Carolina system for granting land which was based on the number of people in the household.
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 Reaves Remembered
In 1769 William REAVES and an unknown Timothy REAVES paid the County Poll tax in Dobbs County North Carolina.
While in Wayne County they were neighbors and friends of my wife's Lee family in Johnson County, North Carolina.
Migrating from North Carolina to Arkansas the Reaves settled in Alabama and Georgia.
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 Genealogy Resources on the Internet - WWW/North Carolina
CATAWBA-WEST (Catawba, Lincoln, Gaston, Cleveland, Burke, and the North Carolina area of the former Tryon county)
NCSandhills (Sandhills region; counties of Montgomery, Harnett, Lee, Cumberland, Robeson, Moore, Scotland, Hoke, Richmond, and Sampson)
WARof1812-NC (participation of North Carolina in the War of 1812)
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 Robert Hart
Prior to coming to North Carolina, Titus Carr and Moses Hart were neighbors in Nansemond Co., Virginia.
II, Index and Abstracts of Deeds of Record of Pitt County, North Carolina by Judith DuPree Ellison, 1986.
(The Dobbs County, North Carolina, deeds are from: State of NC Entries of Claims for Lands Within the County of Dobbs 1778-1790, by Wm.
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 Paul Hartsfield (born about 1757)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
26 July 1777 - Dobbs County, North Carolina - List of Drafts in Capt. Kennedy's Company, part of 113 men from Dobbs County to be drafted and send to Wilmington.
1780 - Dobbs County, North Carolina - Provision Tax, Capt. Kennedy's District.
1781 - Dobbs County, North Carolina - Dobbs County Militia for 12 months beginning in 1781, Paul Hartsfield, age 23
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 lostdove   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
1733 in Northampton County North Carolina, and died Abt.
1745 in Bertie County North Carolina or Virginia, and died Aft.
1759 in Wayne County North Carolina, and died March 30, 1854 in Farrsville Newton County Texas.
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 OLD DOBBERS
Old Dobbers goal is to document the history and genealogy of the people who lived in Greene and Lenoir Co. before, during, and after it was known as Dobbs County, North Carolina.
Primary Source Documents, submitted by "Dobber" researchers, can be found in the Dobbs, Lenoir or Greene USGenWeb NC Archives.
There are not enough ways to say thank you to Patty for her labor of love which still benefit those of us who have ancestors in the area called Dobbs County.
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 AllRefer.com - Iredell County , North Carolina (NC) - (county) - Facts and Information
Duke Power State Park in SW on L. Norman.
Capital city or county seat is shown by the symbol
Columbia Gazetteer of North America Copyright © 2000, Columbia University Press.
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 The Murphrey Family History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Branches of that family later migrated to North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi, and Texas.
Particular emphasis has been placed on descendants of Captain John Murphrey who moved from Virginia to Dobbs County, North Carolina circa 1747.
There is a charge; however, I will fund tests for two separate individuals with the last name of Murphrey who have proven lines back to Captain John (Jack) Murphrey of Dobbs County, North Carolina or back to William Murphrey (Murfrey) of Isle of Wight, Virginia.
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 Handbook of Texas Online: CLARK, BENJAMIN
Benjamin Clark, pioneer Red River County settler, was born in Dobbs County, North Carolina, in 1758.
He fought in the American Revolution and by 1799 had settled in Tennessee.
He died in Clarksville in 1838 and was buried in Clarksville Cemetery.
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 The B'man Family Home Page -- B'man History -- Jeremiah and Ruth (Barrow) Beaman
He married Ruth Barrow in 1786 in Dobbs County, North Carolina.
Ruth Barrow was born 19 Jun 1768 Virginia and died 19 July 1845 in Greene County, North Carolina.
NOTE: Greene County was formed from Dobbs County in 1799.
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 Epiphroditus HANKS/?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Name: William HANKS, III Born: 1770 at: Dobbs County, North Carolina Married: ABT.
1800 at: Died: 1833 at: Shelby County, Texas Spouses: Sophie REAMS
Name: Stephen HANKS Born: 15 APR 1786 at: LeNoir County, North Carolina Married: 1814 at: Died: SEP 1853 at: Harris County, Georgia Spouses: Elizabeth CORBETT
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 Dobbs County, North Carolina Genealogy Links - geneology
Dobbs County, North Carolina Genealogy Links - geneology
Researching the History and Genealogy of Lenoir and Greene/Glasgow aka Dobbs County, North Carolina
The Tombstone Transcription Project - cemeteries for Dobbs Co. NC
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