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So far, no one working on this, to my knowledge, has been able to get any of these Canadys back to the next earlier generation. CANADAY Thomas Canaday, Revolutionary War Soldier, born Aug 20, 1763 in Carteret County, North Carolina, died Feb 5, 1851 in Duplin County, North Carolina. We have copies of the marriage bonds, so we know the women are correctly given as wives. In the census of 1790, in the Straits area, a Caleb Piner has two males over 16 and three females. A footnote to add to the confusion..Alonzo's death certificate (1955), his parents are listed as Whitfield Piner and Phyllis Proctor. [email protected], Great Dismal Swamp Canal I am doing some research on a family who was very involved in going up and down the Great Dismal Swamp Canal(s) to and from Norfolk, Virginia and Carteret County, North Carolina circa the late 1800's and early 1900's.
It is certainly conceivable that Thomas, Edward, Cornelius, and/or some of the others were brothers. In the 1880 census, he is listed with Fiby Ann Smith as wife and Alonzo (age 7, b1873) as grandson. There was a James and a Thomas Piner in Carteret County in 1779 and a John Piner in 1884, all from the Newport River area. I am trying to find out anything that I can about this family and any other ancestors in this line. Mary Fulford Moore TAYLOR Would like to know if anyone has any family history or information about the Taylor family who lived there in the early 1900's and whose descendents are still there.
Adamas and Abigail Nickerson Adams in 1860 (in Beaufort on Ann St.) He may have married Julia S. Descendants of this family migrated from Franklin and Wake Counties, NC, to Carter and Johnson Counties, Tennessee between 17. Mike De Loach I am searching for any information on Daniel Ball (b. His parents were James and Catherine Ball- both of Fairfax Co, VA. Randy Hall BARRINGTON Interested in tracing pre-Revolutionary Barringtons in NC. Particularly interested in anyone named John Chadwick who may have served in Revolution as an ensign of NC militia and fought in Battle of Guilford Courthouse. Please contact me if you are researching this name also or have any info. As I have been unsuccessfully seeking birth records and parentage for a Stephen Piner born 1800/01 supposedly in VA and these two women were born around the time of his birth, I thought there might be a connection. Stephen has been elusive and apparently "untrackable" so far. Revae Leppanen Am looking for information about one Wilson F. Piver POWELL John and Fielder Powell--1731 etc William a son died 1747/8 found another will for a William Powell from what we can gather he was more than likely a British subject or soldier. We are at a crossroad between these two sets of Powell's. Or, does anyone know (or their ancestors mention) Captain Maltby Taylor of Sea Level, North Carolina in conjuction with the Great Dismal Swamp Canal? I'll be happy to do any SPECIFIC lookups or grave/cemetary tramping for any one in Virginia Beach (Old Princess Anne County) or Norfolk in exchange for this information. Box 2556, Norfolk, VA 23501-2556 TOLSON, OGLESBY, BELL, PORTER, WEST Am searching for information on my Tolson and Oglesby family lines in Carteret County NC. Sidney's parents were Thomas Oglesby and Lydia West.
Sandra Phelps I am seeking information concerning the Arendel/Arendell/Arrendellfamily of North Carolina. Ed Hallman (My wife's webpage) (Thomaston-Upson County Archives) CHADWICK I would be interested in any information on the Chadwick family of Carteret county, where they came from, earliest arrival, property owned, profession, service in militia, etc. Chadwick CHAPMAN Looking for any Chapman history in Cartaret County between the years 1731-1800. Whittington's first wife, Rhoda(y) bca1822, was sister to Sabra Wade bca1811, and Drucilla Wade bca1809. bca1804, and Elijah Piner bca1806, who were sons of Josephus Piner, Sr. Records show a Nancy Piner born 1792 and a Sarah Piner born 1802. Hope I am right my sister ended up with my Grantor/Grantee List. Does anyone have any lists of really neat books that can elaborate in the history of those canals? 1835, Sidney married for a 3rd time to a John Porter, 4 Sept 1851, she died in 1856 (per her will).
A hand written data note states data found on p.64, item 42 in Cateret County.
Also a handwritten note states that in Letters of Demization and Acts of Naturalization for alien on England and Ireland, 1701-1800, that on June 24, 1703, a Benjamine and Mustavo Barroneau are listed.
With all the Bells in Carteret County, I'm almost sure that my Abner ties in somewhere. Walter Fuller Seeking information on the family of John and Hannah Bishop who came to Craven County from Perquimans County. Quakers, the family belonged to the Core Sound Monthly Meeting which was in Carteret County, but had meeting places in Craven County. COM FENDERSON I am trying to create a family tree or trees of Fendersons. Verbal history is that two families of free black Fendersons in NC helped a marooned slave ship, and were in turn kidnapped and sold into slavery. I have information on 1200 others, some born in late 1700s, and am willing to share. Robert son of William Wesley Moore and Julia Ann Piner. Colette Hicks MOREHEAD My great grandfather, James Turner Morehead III, was born in Morehead City in 1868. If you have any information on this family I would surely and greatly appreciated and there were other in the family. I descend through Archibald and Joyce's daughter Sarah who married Isaac Taylor. His parents were George Washington Weeks II, and Ella Mason. Raymond WILLIS, BISHOP Looking for information on Elijah Willis, b.1780/1790 in Carteret Co. Regiment (Roberts) during the War of 1812, along with 24 other Willis men. Both families moved to the Marengo/Sumter County, Alabama area in early 1800's. By the way, Maggie Yates was not a Yates by birth; rumor has it she was some sort of servant girl who came by ship to Beaufort and was taken in by the Yates family. Any information on her possible origin would be most welcome. Abigail Edwards and they had a least one daughter, Elizabeth. His father was Samuel Phillips and his mother was Elizabeth Carr Brooks Phillips. 1812 Lupton, Carteret County, NC married William Gaskill b.1812 Lupton, Carteret County, NC and m. Would like any information either on William's side or Rebbecca Stryon's side. Dennis L Eyberg STYRON/STIRON/STIRIN/STYRING/STIREING I am a descendent of George Styring who received a land grant in Carteret County in 1744. I have been told her family was from Carteret County. Kathie Bogue BRYANT I am looking for the following relatives: Sidney Bryant (b. Bucks were in that area since the Civil War because there are Buck gravestones dating to that era. He was listed in the 1754 "runaway list" of Cecil County Maryland. [email protected], GASKILL Seeking information on Rebbecca Stryon b. Children - Mary Elizabeth, Elijah, Elizabeth and Winnie Gaskill. Be precise: the more search criteria you complete, the greater your chances are of being contacted by singles who share the same interests as you. Register free for Match and browse thousands of profiles of other single Londoners. By providing such optional information, you confirm your intention and, consequently, expressly consent to, and take sole responsibility for, the processing of this mentioned “sensitive” data by us and our group companies, and their service providers located within and outside of the European Union.
His daughter, but probably sister or cousin, married Isaac Edmondson and moved to Edgefield Dist., Sc, and finally to Georgia. I have typed document that in 1746 Elizabeth Barrono (sp? His two children Berney and Sara moved to Beaufort. Alice Bruce RUMLEY I'am looking for information on the Rumley family bible, Ann Rumley of Beaufort had it at one time, but she maybe dead now.