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Wayne County, N.C. Record of Deeds, Book 2, 1784-1785

By Administrator | Jan 19, 2020 | Comments Off on Wayne County, N.C. Record of Deeds, Book 2, 1784-1785

320 31 May 1784 Samuel Pike to son Nathan Pike for natural affection – 100 acres on the south side of Naughhunty Swamp, being part of a tract of land granted to Vaun Hillborn, 21 Decd 1763. /s/ Samuel Pike; Anne (X) PikeWit: William Richard; Morning (X) Powell Jan Co. 1785 322. 19 May 1784…

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Cobb Chronicles

By Administrator | Jan 19, 2020 | Comments Off on Cobb Chronicles

John NewbernPenelope CobbStephen CObbWm Sasser Sasser, William 15 13 6Sasser, Joseph 1 5 6Sasser, Abel 6 10 4Sasser, Arthur 1 12 6Sasser, Stephen 8 14 8 Barnes, James L 3 7Aycock, Thomas 0 19 6

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Heritage of Wayne County Appendix – Miscellaneous Information Wayne County

By Administrator | Jan 18, 2020 | Comments Off on Heritage of Wayne County Appendix – Miscellaneous Information Wayne County

p. 525 DobbsRepresentativesJesse Cobb 1777-1779William Fellows 1778 WayneGeneral AssemblySenatorsRichard McKenne 1791-1798Richard Croom 1800-1801Richard McKinne 1804-1806DistrictBenjamin Aycock 22 1863-1866Benjamin F. Aycock 10(9) 1889-1893Benjamin F. Aycock 9 1901Benjamin F. Aycock 9 1907-1908Henry B. Ivey 8 1929 RepresentativesStephen Cobb 1780Richard McKinne 1782-1783Richard McKinne 1786-1787p.526Richard McKinne 1790Arthur Barden 1824-25John W. Sasser 1828-1832 p. 527 3. Captain Thomas Williams’ CompanyThomas…

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The Planters of the Commonwealth

By Administrator | Jan 14, 2020 | Comments Off on The Planters of the Commonwealth

A Study of the Emigrants and Emigration in Colonial Times: to which are added Lists of Passengers to Boston and to the Bay Colony; the Ships which brought them; their English Homes, and the Places of their Settlement in Massachusetts 1620-1640 by Charles Edward Banks Butler Center Little Rock, Arkansas F67.819 1961 Passengers and Ships…

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Ipswich Quarterly Court

By Administrator | Jan 9, 2020 | Comments Off on Ipswich Quarterly Court

p226 Edmund Nicholson, for being disguised with drink. Wit Joseph Dollver and Mr. Francis Johnson p256 Elizabeth Nicholson was appointed administratrix of the estate of her late husband, Edmond Nicholson, deceased. An inventory was brought in, amounting to 150li, and debts, 54li. 4s, which were allowed. Court ordered the estate to be divided as follows:…

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Salem Quarterly Court Records

By Administrator | Jan 9, 2020 | Comments Off on Salem Quarterly Court Records

page 408 Christopher Nicholas page 408 Then Christopher Nicholson pulled down the fence, of which deponent was an eye witness, to his great trouble, for he was fain to watch early and late, to the loss of said Devereux two butts, two hogsheads, half or three-quarters of a barrel of oil, besides other materials, as…

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Records and Files of Quarterly Courts of Essex, Massachusetts

By Administrator | Jan 9, 2020 | Comments Off on Records and Files of Quarterly Courts of Essex, Massachusetts

Volume 2 page 59 Joseph Redknap “Joseph Redknap is allowed to draw beare at ye Spring betweene Salem & Lynn during the pleasure of the Court.” Click here for pdf document Volume 2 page 407 Christopher Nicholson p 407 John Devorix v. Cristopher Nicholson. Trespass.  For pulling down the fence of said Devorix and laying…

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The Essex Antiquarian

By Administrator | Jan 6, 2020 | Comments Off on The Essex Antiquarian

page 29 Goodman Joseph Redknape for not suffering a child of his to be baptized. His wife to see it done next Lord’s day. If her husband object ye constable of Lynn to take him to Boston to the prison. Wit: g: m: Evans. The governor asked, “What is the reason you will not have…

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Phelps Family of America p1571-1575

By Administrator | Jan 2, 2020 | Comments Off on Phelps Family of America p1571-1575

p15722. Nicholas Phelps would appear to have emigrated to New England with his brother, Hentry Phelps, in ship Hercules in 1634. Colonial Records, Mass. Colony, say that Nicholas Fellips made Freeman 13 March 1640. (The name is pselled variously, Fellips, Phellipes, Phellips and Phelps in different records). He m. Hannah Bassett or (Bashet) in 1652,…

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Quakers and Baptists in Colonial Massachusetts by Carla Gardina Pestana (Ohio State University)

By Administrator | Jan 1, 2020 | Comments Off on Quakers and Baptists in Colonial Massachusetts by Carla Gardina Pestana (Ohio State University)

Click here for pdf document. On 26 June 1658, thirty people gathered at the house of Nicholas and Hannah Phelps in the less densely populated region of western Salem called the “woods”… Recognizing the gathering as a radical departure from established practice, the alarmed authorities forcibly brought the meeting to a close. The magistrated, “informed…

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