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Colonial Bertie County North Carolina Deed Book Vol. V 1744-1753 John Ivy, Jonathan Standley, Thomas Slatter (Slaughter?), John Herring, Jun., John Herring, Abraham Herring, Thomas Pierce, Samuel Herring page 275 (G, 12 cont.) of William Cathcart “the XV day of Jany MDCCXL”. Wit: Robert Woobank(?), Nicholas Massenburg, John Ivy, Bed. Davenport. N.C. Court September~22, l747…Read More
Records of Estates Bertie County, North Carolina Vol. II 1734-1788 page 13 (73) JOHN BLACKMON Account of sale 1737 by Theophilus Williams. Buyers: Henry Baker Arthur Blackmon John Blackmon John Jemigan Robert Butler Henry Everard John Page Benjamin Brister John Hinnand John Lett Thomas Buntin Paul Pender Thomas Busby Thomas Page William Everard John Carrel]…Read More
Bertie Deeds 1753-1757 Vol. VI Deed Book H page 335 H,9 JOHN HILL, Sheriff of Bertie TO ROBERT PEEL of Northampton County August 14, 1753. 20pds. fo r * A. Land adj. John Jones, Edward Howard on ES Ahoskey Swamp. Being the same land Theophilus Pugh bought of Robert Rogers on March 14, 1739. Wit:…Read More
Colonial Bertie County North Carolina Volume III 1725 page 122 Find this page E210 John Herring, Jun. & wife Rebecca to John How April 7, 1737. 100 pds. for 150 A. On NES Cassay River. Part of a tract patented by Thomas Jones and purchased by John Herring, Jun of John Jones, son of Thomas…Read More
Kinfolks of Johnston County Vol.. II Deed Bk. Q-2 114, 18 June 1833 Robert Peacock of Houston Co GA, Atty, for John Peacock & w Unity Artur Brasell & w Patience & Sarah Powell of WashCo GA to Zachariah Col for $105., 59 3/5 Pearce and father Philip Pearce known as our mothers part, WS…Read More
Jamestown 1544-1699 George Pearce (Percy), Thomas Pierce, Captain William Pierce, Chapter III – John Rolfe, Pocahontas, and “that chopping herbe of Hell,” Tobacco John Rolfe, Pocahontas, and Tobacco page 35 – … When the first settlers moored overnight at Kecoughtan before entering the James River, George Percy tells us that an Indian who had a “garden of…Read More
Colonial Bertie County North Carolina Volume VI Abstract of Deed Book H 1753-1757 Robert Peel, James Fletcher p336 H,25 John Hill, Sheriff of Bertie to Thomas Barker August 14, 1753. 53 pds for 180 A. Land sold to John Jamesdon and by Jameson sold to Theophilus Pugh August 19, 1741. On Roanoke River adj. James…Read More
page 136 (p.182) 12 May 1718 … John Williams of Albermarle County in North Carolina to Ralph Vickers of Newport Parish in Isle of Wight County … 200 acres adjoining land formerly William williams’ (being half of a patent for 400 ares granted George Pierce on 23 Apr 1681 who shold it to John Williams and Thomas Williams on…Read More
The Principal Navigation Voyages Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation Volume VIII page 441-442 The English Voyages The names of all men, women and children, which safely arrived in Virginia, and remained to inhabite there. 1587. Anno regni Reginae Elizabethae. 29. Ambrose Viccars Women Elizabeth Viccars Boyes and Children Ambrose Viccars Click here…Read More
Settlers Along the Shores of Virginia’s York River The next year on February 24, 1676, William Thompson patented 150 acrres in Petsoe (Petsworth) Parish, Gloucester County, adjoining … on the east side of the Rappahannock Path, …Mr. Tho. Viccars Map of Rappahannock and timeline of Rappahannock on document Click here for PDF document Source: compiled…Read More