Henry C. Godfrey’s place of burial Private Henry C. Godfrey Contributed by Susan C. Griffin
Perquimans Deaths in Different Counties (Truebloods born in Perquimans County) By Gordon Trueblood Name Date of Birth Date of Death County of Death Lucille Hurdle Trueblood Apr. 15, 1900 Dec. 05, 1980 Chowan Paul Jerome Trueblood Sept. 18, 1944 Jan. 22,
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
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
John Godfrey in Norfolk Co Va, conveyed “2 black sows, and one Colt” unto Richard Conquest, for 1216 lbs of Tob,” Jan 25, 1646. Matthew Godfrey with consent of wife Dinah, deeded land in Norfolk Co, June 18, 1724, naming
The Evan family is of ancient Welsh descent, tracing back to the Roman invasion, and are mentioned in Roman History. Tradition has it that they were originally of Roman extraction, through some intermarriage with a Roman soldier. Mr. Rowland E.
William Barclift had grt for land in Perq 150a on Little River, adj John Godfrey. July 23, 1694. Bartlett, William (s of William, & Elizabeth) & Ann Duren (d of George, & Ann) were m Oct 6, 1698. issue: 1
Samuel WINSLOW 5th month 1852 Perquimans Co. N.C. MARRIAGES Samuel WINSLOW and Martha Ann WHITE were married on the 13 day of the 5th month 1858 Joshua Calvin WINSLOW and Martha Delphina WINSLOW were married 1/25/1882 (cousins) Nathan Elisha WINSLOW