The following for Dr. Francis R. VINCENT appeared in the October 17, 1849 issue of the Raleigh Register newspaper.
DIED – At Slocumb’s creek, in this county, on the 25th ult., Benjamin, son of Amos ROWE, Esq., in the 8th year of his age.
Source: Newbern Sentinel, 2 Sep 1820, pg. 3.
DIED — In this town, on Monday night last, at twelve o’clock, Mrs. Mary PARKER, aged 65; and on Tuesday morning, at five o’clock, her husband, Mr. Green PARKER, aged 76. They lived together as man and wife 42 years, died within five hours of each other, and were both buried in the same coffin.
Source: New Bern Sentinel, 27 Apr 1822, pg. 3
Recently added to the Internet Archive is the 1920 publication “Christoph von Graffenried’s account of the founding of New Bern.” The book is more than 450 pages long and is in German, French and English. If you’re interested in better understanding the historical context, this may be something to peruse.
DIED – In Newbern, in the 13th year of her age, Miss Caroline M. BLACKLEDGE, daughter of William S. BLACKLEDGE, Esq.
Source: Raleigh Register, 22 Mar 1844.
FamilySearch.org has an online database of estate records from across the state that span 1663-1979. Thanks to a collaboration between the NC Genealogical Society (NCGS), the NC State Archives, and volunteer indexers, the database is being made available online at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1911121.
Use the index below to browse those records specific to Craven County. Each name in the document below is a hyperlink to the record on the FamilySearch.org website.
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The following death notice for George LANE, infant son of Hardy B. LANE, appeared in the July 13, 1841 issue of the Raleigh Register newspaper.