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
Thomas White was a subject in the colony at Jamestown, 1609. (Browns Genesis to America.) James White in Va same date, at same place. Henry White of York Co Va, had a son Henry, who moved to Isle of Wight.
Rev. Thomas Gordon appears in Perq as “Minister of gospell” officiating at the marriage of William Titterton, & Margaret Hall, Sept 23, 1679. Berkeley Par Reg is authority for the fact that he came to Perq from Accomac Co Va,
Among subjects at Jamestown 1609, can be found the name of Edward Fleetwood Gent. (Brown Genesis to America.) Also listed among “adventurers to America” 1620, Sir William Fleetwood, and Edward Fleetwood Esq. Francis Fleetwood was granted land in Lower Norfolk
John Elliott, son of Bennett of Nasing Essex England, bapt 1604, arrived in America 1631, and settled in New England. Jacob Elliott, brother of Rev John Elliott the Apostle, who died before 28, 2mo 1651, at which time his will
Wm Arnold of Dorset Co England, was bapt June 24, 1587. He “sett sayle from Dartmouth, in Old England, the first of May, & arrived in New England, June 24, 1635.” Settled at Hingham, Mass, & became one of the
State of North Carolina Perquimans County Inquisition indented, taken on the land of Mr. Wm. Smith, on the field usually known as the old Israel Smith place, on the West side of Goodwins Mill Pond, about one mile South of