Queries

Please feel free to enter a query for your family lines in Pasquotank County. If your lines are not in this county, please do not enter a query here. The family in question must have lived in Pasquotank County or had some event in their lives take place there.

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27 comments

  • Linda Proby Fairweather on October 22, 2014 at 3:31 pm said:

    Hello, I’m looking for information about my ancestors, WILLIAM PROBY married to SARAH HOWARD PROBY living in Passquotank in the early 1700s. Would like to know if he immigrated from England. Thanks for any help, Linda

  • Linda (Noland) Layman on October 15, 2014 at 3:53 pm said:

    I am researching RHODES (several spelling), RAPER, ROWE, DUFFY, and WEEKS who lived in early Pasquotank and Persimmon Counties. My ancestor CORNELIUS RHODES was born in what is now Camden Co., about 1754; need to know his parents.

  • Chris Poyner on September 2, 2014 at 3:33 pm said:

    I’m seeking any records pertaining to HANCE (born about 1825) (sometimes spelled HANC, HANE, HANA, HANSE) POYNER (sometimes spelled POINER, POYNTER). He appears to be a Captain sailing out of Elizabeth City. He was married twice (MARY A. PERRY and MARINDA EVERETT) He only appears on the 1850 and 1860 census and appears to have passed between 1877-1880. I’m seeking information about his parents specifically. Any nugget of information would be greatly appreciated!

  • Kathleen Hunter on April 3, 2014 at 1:16 pm said:

    TWO ZACHARIAH JACKSONS’S – One died 1806 and one died 1801

    1. Looking for the parents of (or any info on) ZACHARIAH JACKSON, Pasquotank County. Will dated 1802; probated in 1806. Wife Miriam. I believe his son, MAXEY JACKSON, may be my ancestor.

    2. FYI: Years ago I sent off for the above ZACHARIAH JACKSON’S WILL and PROBATE records. After fishing through about 100 pages, I finally realized that ANOTHER ZACHARIAH JACKSON’S PROBATE records were mixed in. This ZACHARIAH JACKSON SEEMS TO HAVE Died without a will in 1801. His administrator was JOSEPH BANKS. It seems that this ZACHARIAH JACKSON was an administrator of JAMES JACKSON’s estate. WINIFRED JACKSON is mentioned in connection with JAMES JACKSON but the relationship is not stated. HEIRS OF ZACHARIAH JACKSON is constantly repeated but they are not named. Don’t know if these two Z. JACKSONS’ estate records are still mixed together on Family Search.org as I haven’t had time to check.
    I will work on an ABSTRACT for this Z. JACKSON (d 1801) but feel free to email me in the meantime if you have any questions re: this ZACHARIAH JACKSON or if you have any questions or info about ZACHARIAH JACKSON (d 1806). The will of ZJ who died in 1806 is already on this website.

  • Teresa Burnham Harris on February 24, 2014 at 8:54 am said:

    Looking for parents/siblings of a FREDERICK BURNHAM b abt 1780 in NC. He is in Duplin Co. later and abt 1808 moved with others to western Kentucky. Believe he may have married ELIZABETH STANLEY of Duplin Co. He may have been in Pasquotank earlier. Some believe FREDERICK is the son of a WILLIAM and ANN BURNHAM. Thanks!

  • Irene Barker on February 11, 2014 at 2:54 pm said:

    Hello. I’m searching my WOODLEY Ancestry. I have a ANDREW WOODLEY b 1717 married to ANN BARCLIFT b 1725 in Perquimans North Carolina. She was also married to a JAMES WOODLEY, WILLIAM WOODLEY and a MOSES STONE.The places I’m most interested in are Perquimans North Carolina and Pasquotank North Carolina During the time of the Revolutionary War. My main interest is the WOODLEY name.
    Irene Barker
    irenebarker@sasktel.net

  • Kathleen Hunter on January 22, 2014 at 7:46 pm said:

    Looking for information on the ZACHARIAH JACKSON whose will of 1802 is posted on this site. I am almost sure that the MAXEY JACKSON listed as his son is my ancestor, but I can’t find the “proof positive”. My Maxey died about 1844. (The Maxey/Maximillian son of ARTHUR JACKSON does not quite fit). Does anyone else descend from Zachariah or the RIGGS family or have information on either?

    Kathleen

  • Everett Soots on December 22, 2013 at 5:04 pm said:

    Looking for any information on BLESSINGALE WOOD and ELIZABETH PAGE. Any help would be greatly appricated. Thank you for any help. BLESSINGDALE b 1802, ELIZABETH b 1895. Everett Soots

  • Mary Stokes on October 28, 2013 at 9:06 am said:

    There’s a possibility of a link between my SYLVESTER lineage and those living as slaves in the residence of SYMONS. I would appreciate any information about the SYLVESTER family. Because they were mulatto, it’s nearly impossible to find records about them.
    Thank you.

  • Diona Eaton-Goins on September 4, 2013 at 1:10 pm said:

    I am looking for the family of ELBERT and DELLA BARROW-SPRUILL. They were married in Pasquotank County sometime in the early 1900’s. I wanted to seee if I could locate DELLA BARROW-Spruill. Her mother married a WHITE and she had 3 half-brothers. I know of 1 brother (RICHARD WHITE). For ELBERT SPRUILL I know that his family may have moved to Pasquotank County from Caswell County, NC.

  • William Relfe on October 29, 2009 at 4:13 pm said:

    I am attempting to do some research on my linage and have traced things back to ENOCH RELFE, who was the Clerk of the Court in Pasquotank, NC. He was born 1750 and died in 1797. Family records suggest his grandfather was THOMAS RELFE, who once owned Enfield Farm (location of Culpeper’s Rebellion). However, I have been unable to confirm that and would be most grateful if you can offer any help in tracing our family history back beyond ENOCH RELFE.

    William Relfe

  • Sibyl Bundy on October 13, 2009 at 11:02 pm said:

    I am searching for information on JEHU JOHN BUNDY 1748-1798 of Pasquotank NC where he was disowned March 16, 1785. I have reason to believe he is the Father of THOMAS W. BUNDY. I would appreciate any information on him you may be able to send me.

    Email directly at: Sibyl Bundy

  • Scott Gregory on September 9, 2009 at 8:37 pm said:

    I am trying to trace my family tree. I have run into a dead end with my Great Great Great Grandfather, his name was ELIJAH HALL born 1804 in Pasquotank, North Carolina. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Email directly at: Scott Gregory

  • Patricia Wilson Norris on November 12, 2008 at 4:04 pm said:

    I am still looking for ISAAC BENJAMIN WILSON’S [c1833- D.6-1-1880 [parents ] ISAAC was married to REBECCA HUBBARD born abt 1846,dau of MARTIN HUBBARD and SARAH. SARAH was probably a SPENCE. Also who reared his son CHARLES MARTIN WILSON [8-28-1878-6-24-1968 ] This ISAAC WILSON has been extremely hard to trace. He lived in the Old Tray area when my grandfather JOHN WILLIAM WILSON was young.

    Patricia Wilson Norris

  • Shelly on May 29, 2008 at 5:16 pm said:

    A number of us have traced our family lines back to one ancestor, GOSHEN CLARK, in Pasquotank County. His birth or immigration date may be around 1768 and he is said to have come possibly from Goshen Scotland or England and have been a sailor along the eastern seaboard. He may have also had a brother named CORNELIUS. We have GOSHEN’s children, and have even found him in early censuses. Birth, death, marriage information, even a christian name would be wonderful. He seems to have been in or around Elizabeth City.

    Shelly

  • Bill Tuttle on November 27, 2007 at 6:09 am said:

    In an exchange with another TUTTLE researcher from NC, he told me there were TUTTLE families in the tidewater counties, Pasquotank, Jones etc, that favored the Benjamin name.

    Email directly at: Bill Tuttle

    • Donna Turner on November 5, 2014 at 12:44 pm said:

      Yes, I found a TUTTLE in Pasquotank County, NC, who was named WILLIAM BEN TUTTLE, born around 1800. He is a direct ancestor of mine.

      On ancestry.com, I found that my DNA matched with TUTTLE descendants from New Haven, CT.

  • Bob Sikes on October 2, 2007 at 8:35 pm said:

    I am researching a JOHN SIKES/SYKES (born 1733-Died 1826).
    I am hunting any info that he may have moved to Bryan County, Ga.
    Before his death and had a son, Edward (born 1774 in Bladen, NC)

    Email directly at: Bob Sikes

    Posted October 2, 2007

  • Kim Sawyer on September 2, 2007 at 5:35 pm said:

    I am looking for information on GILBERT SAWYER born 1818 in NC he was married to MARIAM LEARY, I am searching for GILBERTS Parents names, If you would have any ideas, I would appreciate it. I have a death certificate of one of their children DEMPSEY MONROE SAWYER that lists his mothers maiden name as SPENCE, that would mean MARIAM wasnt his mother. Help these SAWYERS are tricky little suckers.

    Email directly at: Kim Sawyer

  • Bobby Davis on September 2, 2007 at 9:34 am said:

    I’m a decendent of DEVOTION DAVIS b.1727 parents THOMAS DAVIS b.Abt. 1686 & ANN PENDELTON b.abt 1689 Pasquotonk. THOMAS’ Father came from the Chowen Precinct THOMAS DAVIS b.abt 1656 wife BLU ? THOMAS and two brother listed on the Chowen Tax Records 1712. This is about all I know; a Doctor who had been studying the Natives of that region told me once, that since I had such a large forehead that I might be Lumbee. What do you know about this? I also remember my Father stored roots of all type in case of hard times they were very good.

    Email directly at: Bobby Davis

    • Louise Branch on November 29, 2007 at 7:53 pm said:

      Bobby, I have THOMAS DAVIS as living in Pasquotank County and being the son of SAMUEL DAVIS also of Pasquotank. The Lumbee Indians were not from Chowan County, they were from the Robeson County area, which is quite a ways from Chowan County.

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