Will of Mary Ann (Martin) Pearson 16 July 1780 Proved in April Court, 1781 North Carolina In Perquimons Countey In the name of god
Gwen Boyer Bjorkman, “John Sanders of Nansemond County, Virginia” The Quaker Yeomen 14 (Jan 1988) pp.10; 15 (Apr 1988), pp. 8-9; 15. THE SANDERS FAMILY by Gwen Boyer Bjorkman, 4425-132nd Ave. S.E., Bellevue, WA 98006, in correction of an article
Perquimans County Deeds—Trueblood Grantees from 1600s to 1870 1. John Trueblood from Phineas Nixon, 1790 deed for 64 1/2 ac. Book I, #899. (Phineas Nixon was from Randolph County and John Trueblood was from Pasquotank County. The 64 1/2 ac. was purchased
Source: Year Book – Volume 4 – Pasquotank Historical Society – Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Compiled and Edited by Edna M. Shannonhouse (1983).
Source: Year Book – Volume 2 – Pasquotank Historical Society – Elizabeth City, N.C. Edited by John Elliott Wood (1958).
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.
Peter Pearson, who came to Va from Cumberland, England, about 1701, presented a letter from Friends at Pardshow Cragg, said county, to the Mo Meeting in Isle of Wight Co Va, setting forth the fact that “Peter Pearson the bearer
John McMullen born in Dublin, Ireland, 1740, came to Virginia in 1760, where he lived until the fall of 1797, when he migrated with part of his family to Elbert Co Georgia. He had a large family, ten sons and
Edward Mayo Sr was a resident of Perq Precinct 1684. He is found proving right for himself, son Edward Jr, and dau’s Sarah, Ann, & Elizabeth Mayo, John Nixon, Em Nixon, and Anne Nixon (their daughter) and three negroes. (Col
Not a great deal is known about this family, before coming to N. C. The Virginia records do not yield anything of importance about them, and the Quaker Rec in Nansemond Co, are silent on the subject. They came probably