Colony of North Carolina Abstracts of Land Patents Vol. 1

Thomas Cox 23 Feb 1754

561 pg. 95 THOMAS COX  23 February 1754 -- 400 acres in Anson county on the S. side of Broad river on Carn creek about one and one half Miles Below Joseph Holloingsworths Survey

558 ... joining Patrick Stanley

page 44 - William Stanley

623 pg 104  WILLIAM STANLEY  23 February 1754  120 acres in Johnston County on the N. side of Neuse river, joining JOHN HERRING near the Sapponey Landing and the sd. river

627 pg 105 SIMON HERRING  23 February1754  200 acres in Johnston County on the N. side of Neuse river, joining the river and Bear creek down to the mouth

642 pg 107  JOHN HERRING  23 February 1754  250 acres in New Hanover County on the West Side of Black river, joining the sd. river

page 205 Herring, Cox

2930 pg 244 JOSEPH HERRING and JACOB HERRING  24 November 1744 - 300 acres in Craven County on the N. side of Neuse river and on the Lower side (of) upper Boage Swamp, joining Great branch and the Main swamp

2933 pg. 244 CHARLES COX  20 April 1745 - 400 acres in New Hanover County on the East side of the N. E. Branch of Capefear river, joining a small branch, Joseph Hutchinson, a hollow, flat branch, and a Great Swamp.

pagae 256 - William Standley, Thomas Cox

3722 pg. 411 WILLIAM STANDLEY  1 October 1751 - 625 acres in Johnston County on the N. side of Neuse river and on the E. side of Boge Marsh, joining Caids Corner, Higgins line, Wiggins corner, JOHN HERRING, the sd. Marsh, and sd. STANDLEY

3727 pg. 4121  THOMAS COX, JUNIOR  2 April 1751 - 300 acres in Johnston County on the S. side of Neuse river, joining WM. BURK and the river

page 263 - William Standley

3821 pg. 433 Stephen Cade  6 April 1750 - 200 acres in Johnston County on the N. side of Neuse river and the East side of Walnut creek, joining WILLIAM STANDLEY and Bear Harbour Pocoson

3822 pg. 433 STEPHEN CADE 6 April 1750 - 133 acres in JOhnston County upon Bear creek Marsh, joining JOHN HERRING, the land whereon Christopher Harrison now lives, and the marsh

page 369 Cox

5202 pg 230 THOMAS COX  23 May 1757 - 192 acres in Johnston County on the S. side of Neuce RIver and the W. side of Falling Creek, joining his former corner near the creek and Richard Cogdell

3193 pg 227 Benjamin Cox  23 May 1757 ...

page 447 Jacob Herring

6357 pg. 459 JACOB HERRING   13 November 1762 - 90 acres in Dobbs County on the North side of Neuse RIver and on the N side of reedy Branch, joining his Own line