A Brief History of the 27th NC at Sharpsburg taken from a manuscript by H.Z.Bogue III. On September 28, 1861 by the direction of the governor, ten companies of militia were organized at New Bern into a military organization officially designated
Company F Roster 27th Regiment N.C. Troops (Infantry) North Carolina Troops 1861-1865 A Roster, Volume VII Compiled by Weymouth T. Jordan, Jr. This company, known as the “Perquimans Beauregards” was raised in Perquimans County and enlisted at Hertford in Perquimans
Source: Year Book – Volume 4 – Pasquotank Historical Society – Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Compiled and Edited by Edna M. Shannonhouse (1983).
Source: Year Book – Volume 4 – Pasquotank Historical Society – Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Compiled and Edited by Edna M. Shannonhouse (1983). NOTES: Adam S. Davis was the son of Sanford Davis and his wife, Ann “Nancy” Smithson of Pasquotank
Source: Year Book – Volume 2 – Pasquotank Historical Society – Elizabeth City, N.C. Edited by John Elliott Wood (1958).
The earliest emigrant by the name of Wood, was John, who came from London to Isle of Wight Co, in “Bonadventure” Jan 1634, age 26. He married in said Co, Margaret — & had, according to the Quaker Reg of
In “Paule” of London, July 16, 1635, Kathren Wilson, age 28, and children: Robert, age 6—Richard, age 5. (Hotten.) William Edwards, Clerk of Surry Co Va, was grt (with Rice Davis) 1080a in sd county, for trans’ among others, Robert
It would not be a bad statement to say that every county in the State had its family of Williams, at some stage of its history. This county had two families by that name, the older descendants of Lewis Williams