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From N.C. State Archives Colonial Court Records Taxes & Accounts CCR 190 Tax Lists — Currituck County  In obedience to An Act of Assembly made and Rattefied ye 6th Day of Novembr. anno Dom 1714 Impowering and Commanding us ye Comissioners To Take a Trew Accont of ye Estates of ye Inhabitances of Corotuck…Read More
page 63nephew John Vickers shall hold & enjoy my Plantation which I am now going to cleare with soe much land as he shall have occasion to make use of (he making no wast of ye Timber but which shall be for his necessary use about ye Plantation) Untill ye first of January which shall…Read More
P130-131 William Ballance of Norfolk County . . . Original Willdated 3 Mch. 1733/2proved 18 May 1733. . . unto my Son William Ballance my new dwelling plantation with all the land belonging to it . . . . . . unto my Son Moses Ballance that plantation and land that I bought of henry…Read More
Page 66-67p.357 Jan: ? 1715/16. Charles Overman & wife Ann to Ephraim Overman our Brother, 9# .C, all our right etc. to this Patent & land mentioned in it …Wit: Jno. Falconer, Richard LearyCharles Overmanckd. in Court at House of ElizabethJno. Macky attorney of Ann OvermanFrench in Perquimans on ye 10 Jan: 1715/16. Richd. Leary…Read More
p251 Fellows, Robert Book 15 page 49422 Apr 1763 190 acres So. Side Nawhuntey swamp joining the swamp side at mouth of Henry Easterlings just above Davis old field (Wayne) p252 Fellows, Robert Bk 17 page 1523 Dec 1763 150 acres no side Neuse River and on so side of Little River joining Geo. Journagan…Read More
page 37 (p205) 22 May 1732 … Martha Sellway of the lower parish to Thomas Green of the same … 100 acres adjoining Ralph Vickers (being land willed said Marth Sellway by her father, John Sellway)Wit. Richard Sellway, William Ashburn and William DensonRec: 24 Oct 1732 Martha (X) Sellway Page 37 (p219) 14 April 1730…Read More
The Iveys who were living in Virginia decided to move yet further South. So they left for Easter North Carolina, and later on, into the yet deeper Southland. It is certain that some of the widespread family were established in Coastal N.C. in the early 1700’s. Robert Ivey II (born 1720) by means of crown…Read More