Source: Grandfather’s Tales of North Carolina History by Richard Benbury Creecy (1901)
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
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
Abraham Sanders Deed Abstracts–Perquimans County Book B, No. 85: James Thigpen, Jun. for £50 pd. by Abraham Sanders, assigns Right to Land. April 10, 1721. Test’ Samuel Philips, Rich’d Leary. No. 159: Abraham Sanders of Perq. for £60 pd
JOHN SANDERS will 25 September 1775; proved April Court 1777 Perquimans County, North Carolina In the name of God Amen, I John Sanders of Perquimans County in the Province of North Carolina (Joiner) calling to mind the uncertainty of Time
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
Will of ABRAHAM SANDERS 1751 I Abraham Sanders of the province of North Carolina and County of Perquimans being throug Mercy in Reasonable health of body and in perfect Serene Mind and Memory but calling to Mind the uncertainty of this
Source: Year Book – Volume 4 – Pasquotank Historical Society – Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Compiled and Edited by Edna M. Shannonhouse (1983).