Boylan"s North-Carolina almanack, for the year of our Lord 1811 ...

Publisher: Printed by William Boylan in Raleigh [N.C.]

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Statementby P. Brooks
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 19617
ContributionsBrooks, P.
The Physical Object
Pagination[48]+ p
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16907681M

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James Medley abt North Carolina - aft managed by Kenneth Kent last edited 27 May Luther Leonard Medley 19 Dec Dallas Co, Missouri USA - 03 Nov managed by Don Slucher last edited 22 May Matthew M. Brown received a B.A. in history from the University of Virginia, and a J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

He began work on North Carolina Troops inworking under the series' long-time editor Weymouth T. Jordan. Michael W. Coffey received a Ph.D. in history from the University of Southern Mississippi.5/5(1).

I will close with a few facts in regard to customs and conditions at that period. Surplus horses were taken to South Carolina and other southern states; cattle to Cincinnati and hogs to Virginia or North Carolina.

Farmers got 2 or 3 dollars per hundred for their hogs on foot and three to four dollars for cattle. North Carolina: Heads of Families. Halifax District (Source: Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States taken in the year by Dept of Commerce & Labor.

Publ Transcribed by Mamre Wilson) Name of Head of Family: Free White Male 10yrs +. The Historic Boylan Apartments embody the history, charm and character of Downtown Raleigh.

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Nancy had 9 siblings: Mary Falkner, Harriet Falkner and 7 other siblings. Nancy lived in. Isaac Lee was the son of Capt. William Lee and his 1st wife, Susannah Chaffings.

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Jones (Lee), Isaac James Lee, Hazy Ann Hagler (Lee), John H. Lee, William Preuit Lee. He paid taxes in Chester County, Pennsylvania Last year Brinsley was listed as a taxpayer in Chester County, PA. - Awarded Granville Land Grant in North Carolina for acres in the Mud Lick area near the Rocky River in Orange County, North Carolina on Ap - Brinsley and his son James signed the Petition Children: Thomas Barnes, Reuben Barnes, Brinsley Barnes, Jr., Solomon Barnes, I, Mary Elizabeth Carter.

Mary was born circain North Carolina, United States. They had 10 children: Lucy D Dunn, Henry Washington Dunn and 8 other children. Godfrey Dunn Tennessee Godfrey Dunn in United States Federal Census.

Godfrey Dunn was born circaat birth place, Tennessee. Limited to copies, of which this is number A historical account of the introduction and development of printing in North Carolina in the eighteenth-century. Some pages unopened. Paper wrappers torn and creased near edges, with three small holes on the back cover and adhesive marks near the spine.

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ROBINSON, a captured colored servant, taking the oath of allegiance, dressed in a Rebel General's uniform, before General Thomas.

This was but one of the Union soldiers' jokes played on us. The name likely derives from Solomon Ogden of Onslow County, who owned land in the vicinity before the Revolutionary War. (Inbrothers Solomon and Jonathan Ogden received a grant from King George II for another tract of land which eventually became Landfall and Airlie Gardens, among other things.) Richard Ogden later owned land there.

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William Todd was born??. and died He married Katherine in North Carolina. Children of William Todd and Katherine: 1. John Todd, b. in SC; d. J in Putnam, GA 2. William Todd, b. abt. in Bertie Co., North Carolina.

Realizing, as I do, the injunction of the Lord Jesus, when he said, in Matthew VII, "Therefore, all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye so to them, for this is the law and the prophets" my deliberations have been many and constant that God would take out of my heart all the spirit of retaliation or revenge.

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THE JOURNEYS OF JAMES NEEDHAM AND GABRIEL ARTHUR IN AND THROUGH THE PIEDMONT AND MOUNTAINS OF NORTH CAROLINA TO ESTABLISH TRADE WITH THE CHEROKEE. Contained in a letter from Abraham Wood to John Richards, Aug Original Letter HTML version Adobe Acrobat version. Edited Letter HTML version Adobe Acrobat version.

Mary S. Knight b F. Lord CHILDREN of Mary and John included: Charles F. Lord b George Knight 5, Elizabeth Hascomb, d/o John & Mary (Brook) Hanscomb. In he was living in Kittery with a family of one son under 16 years of age and six females. He later removed to Bowdoin, where he died Margaret ELDER could not have been the daughter of Samuel ELDER who died in Sevier Co., TN.

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Laccie and Ray did a excellent job with this book. Any one researching Jonathan Blevins family line or any of the branches must have this book on their shelf. Is this book complete with all names and life stories. - NO.

But, it is a great resource for growing the family tree.5/5(1). Born at sea on his father's whaling ship inCaptain Abram Jones Slocum learned the seafaring life in New Bedford, Massachusetts, as part of the last generation of iron men aboard commercial wooden sailing ships in the Atlantic.

His voyages often took him around Cape Hatteras to Georgetown, South Carolina, to load lumber bound for northern cities. He sailed in all seasons, through storms. Owen Cravey of Bertie District, North Carolina and his descendants, departed this life on ___day of september a.d.

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