1800 Census William Stanley; 2 male 0-10; 2 male 10-16; 2 male 16-26; 1 male 26-45; 1 female 10-16; 1 female + 45. 1830 Census William Stanley; 2 male 0-5; 1 male 5-10; 1 male 10-15; 1 male 40-50; 1 female 0-5; 1 female 5-10; 2 female 10-15, 1 female 30-40. Also listed Elijah and…

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Submitted by Grandma Barb and Adapted from Grandma Smith’s Recipe. I have many memories of Hawaiian Haystacks when lots of people came for dinner. It was one of my favorite meals. Great for family parties where everyone brings the toppings! I created the coconut dressing instead of mushroom soup.

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Page 77 Aug 25 1734 m (see page 76 for year of baptism)  Nathan of Joseph Phelps  Elizabeth Page 79 July 11, 1736 f (see year on page 78) Elizabeth of Joseph Phelps Elizabeth    Page 163 At a Church Meeting Sept. 7, 1686   These 9 were admitted to Church Fellowship: Robert Follet and Persis…

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page 168 Pharaba Sasser page 209 Division of the lands of Pharaba Sasser, deceased, by commissioners between Rhoderick Ssser and James Tart Sasser agreeable to her last Will and Testament and also the lands of John Sasser, deceased, among his lawful heirs.  The Pharaba Sasser land was divided between Rhoderick Sasser and James Tart Sasser…

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Page 68   Samuel Pike of Pasquotank, April 5, 1719, wife, Jean Pike, son Samuel, daughter, Susannah, son Benjamin, daughter Ann, son John, wife: Executrix Page 126 James Perisho died in the month of March in the year 1678; his wife was Hannah and they had son James Perisho born in 1676 and daughter Ellener born…

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Deed Book 4 – October Court 1787 – July Court 1790 Page 121 Peelle, Herring, Uzzell, Standley, Ivey, Fellow, Sasser #753 (p1) Wit: Jesse Peelle#754 (p3) John Herring of Dobbs Co., N.C. . . . James Herring, Thomas Uzzell#755 (p5) . . . adjoining Standley.  Wit: William Standly, John Ivey#756 (p7) John Fellow of Wayne Co., planter, deed to Solomon Pope of same, planter, Aug.…

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