QUAKER COMMUNITIES IN ALBEMARLE From The Hill Family of Chowan County North Carolina By Anne L. McCarthy The land configurations of Albemarle made the area attractive and accessible. Laced with small streams, creeks, and deep rivers, the easy access by water
Perquimans Deaths in Different Counties (Truebloods born in Perquimans County) Courtesy of 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
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
27th REGIMENT N.C. 27th INFANTRY REGIMENT Singletary’s Infantry Battalion (until September 28, 1861) ORGANIZATION: Organized for 12 months in the field on September 28, 1861. Reorganized for the war on April 24, 1862. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia on April 9,
WILLIAM A. WILSON (1830-1891) Confederate Veteran Perquimans County, NC by Robert E. Stokley William A. Wilson was born near Winfall in Perquimans County, NC about 1830. Family information lists his middle name as “Addison” but no verification of this has
Will of ELIZA JORDAN Recorded -Book F Page 522 Perquimans County, NC I, Eliza Jordan, being advanced in years and infirm in body, but of a sound and disposing mind, do make this my last will & testamenton this the
The will of CHRISTOPHER WILSON written 5 December 1823 probated during the February Term of Court 1824, Perquimans County, NC Book F, Page 65 *********** State of North Carolina Perquimans County Know ye by these presents that I Christopher Wilson being
Source: Year Book – Volume 2 – Pasquotank Historical Society – Elizabeth City, N.C. Edited by John Elliott Wood (1958).
Source: Year Book – Volume 3 – Pasquotank Historical Society – Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Compiled and Edited by Lou N. Overman and Edna M. Shannonhouse (1975).
GRANBERY Samuel Granbery was living in Nansemond Co Va, before —, 11mo, 1706, at which time he attended a convivial party, at the house of one Gresson Cofield, in sd county, where he was “assaulted by John Ewans, who had