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Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Latter Day Saints church at Nahunta for Mrs. ALma Aycock Harper, 53, who died Sunday at her home on route 2, Pikeville. Elder Skanky was in charge. Interment was in the family cemetery at Nahunta.Survivors are her husband, Walter W. Harper, five daughters, Mrs. Theron Smith, Miss…Read More
William Ivey was a Miller and a farmer. The mill and amybe the farm had come down from his parents, Warren Harper and Edith Ann Herring. His son Grisson said his father received a blow to the head which caused him to have dementia. He said when his siter Hilda was a small child, his…Read More
Bladen County Deeds Cover GR 929.3 N8blC192b v1Read More
20 August 1822 Stephen Cobb Febray 27th 1822 – August rec’d by Stephen Cobb the 20 day 1822 … $30 16 December 1819 Nathan Pike … we or Either of us promis to pay Peter Peacock the Just & full sum of one Hundred dollars for value receivd as … our hands & seals this…Read More
page 46 Ordered. That John Hutchings and James Ivy Gentlemen Aldermen … page 50 1737James Ivy, Gent. Alderman page 54 Mr. Josiah Smith is unanimously Chosen Alderman of this Borough in the Room of Capt. James Ivy, who is removed out of this Borough, and having taken the usual Oaths to the Government … Mr.…Read More
305. 7th Janry 1750 John Stanley 150 acres Johnston On the North Side of Neuse River Beginning on John Herrings line near the Sapony Landing runing down for the Compliment [Lenoir?] 313 29 March 1751 Isham Hatcher 150 acres Johnston upon the South Side of Great Cautentnea beginning at a Hicory on Mill Run [Greene}…Read More
Sasser Names GR 929.3 N8wayH859wRead More