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OLD NEW HANOVER GENEALOGY SOCIETY
P.O. BOX 2536
WILMINGTON,NC28402-2356
Officers:
James T. Edwards, President, Home: 9 10-397-0228
E-mail: j [email protected],ec.rr.com
Carolyn Corbett, Secretary, Home: 9 10-270-448 1
E-mail: [email protected]
Kay Berg, Treasurer, Home: 9 10-763-1899
E-mail: [email protected],bellsouth.net
Carole Weiss, Past President, Home: 9 10-350-0376
E-mail: cweiss~ec.rr.com
John Butler, Book Department, Home: 9 10-371-3594
E-mail: jwbnc [email protected]
J.D. Causey, Board Member-at-large, Home: 910-763-2708
Peter Ambler, Webmaster at www.onhg;s.org
Ann Hewlett Hutteman, Editor of Clarendon Courier, Home: 762-4647
Beverly Tetterton, Editor of Clarendon Courier, NC Room, NH Library
E-mail: [email protected]
Joseph Sheppard, NC Room, NH Library, 9 10-341-4394
*NEW ONHGS WEB SITE: www.onhgs.org
Objectives: To collect, preserve, and disseminate knowledge and information with reference to genealogical and
related historical, biographical and heraldic data; to encourage and promote interest in genealogical research, to
adhere to principles of accuracy and thoroughness in research; to champion ethical standards and to discourage and
oppose incompetent and disrespectful practices of researchers; to foster careful publications; to encourage and
provide scholarly training for all in interested in these endeavors.
Membership: The membership of the Society is open to all individuals and organizations interested in genealogy
upon payment of dues, renewable each January. Dues are: Individual and Institutional: $15.00; Family: $20.00; Life:
$225.00. Mail dues to ONHGS Secretary at the above address. Members are encouraged to submit surnames of the
families that they are researching to be in the Society's ancestor roster. Members also receive a 10% discount on all
publications and fiee queries in the Clarendon Courier.
Clarendon Courier: Members receive this journal quarterly in the winter, spring, summer, and fall. The deadline
for submission of material for publication is December 10, March 10, June 10 and September lo&.Back issues can
be purchased either separately or combined year issues.
Meetings: Monthly meetings are held at 7:00 P.M. on the second Tuesday of the month, September through May.
Unless otherwise notified, meetings are held at the New Hanover County Public Library, 201 Chestnut Street,
Wilmington, NC. The computer interest group meets at 6:00 P.M.prior to the monthly meetings.
Book Department: The Society has for sale over 95 genealogical abstracts covering Southeastern North Carolina.
Your membership allows you a 10% discount on all books. Complete book list available on request.
Queries: Queries are published fiee for members. They should be typed or legibly printed on separate sheets of
paper, each with the sender's name and address. Each query should state geographical connections to southeastern
North Carolina or adjacent areas, and such dates as to place them in context. They are subject to editing. So that the
editor can understand them, please do not abbreviate. Mail queries to the above address.
THE CLARENDON COURIER
JOURNAL OF THE OLD NEW HANOVER GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
Suring, 2003
Volume 15. No. 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Society Notes
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Surnames
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New Hanover County Court Minutes
May Terms, 1816
New Hanover County Deed Index
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Brunswick County Marriage Register, 1804-1868 37
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St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Wilmington, NC
Records of marriages, births, deaths
Cover illustration: Cover art by Joseph Sheppard, New Hanover
County Public Library.
SOCIETY NOTES
The Society's Annual Picnic will be held on Saturday, May 17,2003, at Moore's
Creek Battleground, Currie, NC, beginning at 11 :00 a.m. Tim Boyd, Park Ranger,
will lead a tour of the battlefield. A catered barbecue lunch will be served in Patriot's
Hall at 12:OO noon. Members are requested to bring a desert. After lunch, John
Embley, a genealogist at the local Latter Day Saints' Library, will be the featured
speaker. His topic will be "Genealogical Research in Today's World." New Society
officers will be introduced. The cost of the meal will be $7.50. Tickets may be
purchased at the North Carolina Room, New Hanover Public Library or contact Kay
Berg (910-763-1899) or Carolyn Corbett (910-270-4481) for hrther information.
The Society has given the CD, Index to New Hanover County, North Carolina,
Obituaries, 1998-2002, compiled by James T. Edwards to the North Carolina State
Library in honor of John Embley, who has provided us with several interesting
programs during the past several years.
We would like to thank Jim Edwards, Helen Sammons and Ann Hutteman
for their contributions to this Courier. The editors are always looking for unpublished
material to include in the Journal. If you have any new research, that you would like to
share, please contact one of the editors.
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SURNAMES
By Ann Hutternan
Although the Romans were the first in
western civilization to have family names
(cognomina), it was not until about 1100 A.D.
that a second name became common in Europe.
The second or surname was added when it
became necessary to distinguish one from another
the many Johns, Marys and others who had
received saints' names when they were baptized.
The French nobility introduced the practice into
Britain, hence surname, which has an old French
derivation.
The most common scheme was to
identify a man by his given name and that of his
father. From very ancient times, the Jews used
this system, with X ben (meaning son of) Y. In
English, John, son of hchard, became John
Richardson. There are thousands of names in
this patronymical (father's name) way of
determining surnames. Wilson, Jackson,
Johnson, Williamson are some of the most
common. In America, with our diverse
population, you may encounter -ian (Armenian),
-sen (Danish and Norwegian), -nen (Finnish), pulos (Greek), -ez (Spanish), -wiecz (Polish) and
-ovitch (Russian), all meaning son of Prefixes
can also indicate descent: Ap (Welsh), Mac, Mc
(Scottish, Irish), d ' (Norman) and 0 ' (Irish), the
latter actually denotes grandfather rather than
father. Fritz is a corruption of the Frenchjls
(son) and at one time indicated one born "on the
wrong side of the blanket." In those days, it
usually was better to be a bastard son of
Somebody, than an legitimate son of nobody,
according to name expert and author, Leonard R.
N. Ashley.
A surname could be determined by
occupation. Hence, Smith from Blacksmith,
Cook from food preparer, Miller from grain
grinder, Fisher from fisherman, and so forth.
Some of these surnames are from occupations
and terms which we no longer have. For
instance, a Cooper was a barrel maker, an
occupation not very prevalent today.
Location is also a source of these names.
John may have resided near a stream; therefore,
he would be designated John Brook; or, John
may have lived in a place called York, hence,
John York.
Physical characteristics also contributed
to the origin of surnames. An unusually small
person would be called Short, Small, Little or
Lytle. A large man might be named Londellow,
Large, Lung or Long. Many persons having the
characteristics of a certain animal would be given
that animal's name. For instance: a sly person
might be named Fox; a good swimmer, Fish and
a quiet man, Dove, etc. The surname was passed
on to descendants despite their appearance or
occupation.
The average person might have gotten
his surname from a nickname. The most famous
of the nicknames were given to royalty: Charles
the Bold, Charles the Idiot, Ivan the Terrible or
Erik Pinchpenny. Ordinary people became John
Wise, John Proudfoot, John Strangeways, etc.
The most common surnames in North
Carolina in the Federal Census of 1790 were
Smith, Williams, Jones, Davis, Moore and
Taylor, which reflect the fact that the majority of
the NC citizens at that time were of English
origin. Nearly fifteen per cent of the population
were from Scotland, with names such as
McLeod, McCloud, Robertson and their many
derivatives.
We all have heard of unusual
coincidences, such as a surgeon called Slaughter
or a Dentist named Payne or the dry goods store
- Ketchum and Cheatham. Nowadays, we rarely
encounter the following names listed as heads of
household in the 1790 census: Spitsnoggle,
Madsavage, Crampeasy, Rottenberry,
Laughinghouse, Wentup, Grabtale, Bump,
Gouge, Beersticker and Tart.
Sources: Ashley, Leonard R. N. What 's In A Name?
(Baltimore: Genealogical Publishers, 1989).
Analysis ofSurnames in Federal Census, 1790.
(Baltimore: Genealogical Publishers, 1969).
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NEW HANOVER COUNTY COURT MINUTES
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
May Term, 1816
[This series of New Hanover County Court Minutes submitted by Helen Samrnons is continued from the
Winter, 2003, Courier. These may be viewed on microfilm in the North Carolina Room of the New
Hanover County Public Library.]
John McDufiie vs Malcom McAllister - Isaac Alderman called out on his subpoena and
failed. Judgment nisi against him. Ordered that Scifi issue against said Isaac Alderman to show
cause why an attachment should not issue against him at next court
Samuel Pitts vs Isaac Arnold - case general issue - setoff, stat line, accord and
satisfaction. Same jury and find that the deft did assume within three years, that there was no
setoff nor release, nor accord and satisfaction, and assess damages at $80 and costs.
Admrs of Henry Wright vs Caleb Robeson - debt - general issue, setoff, Payment at and
after the day - Same jury and find that the writing obligatory is the act and deed of deft and that
the debt has been paid.
Account sales of the estate of Abraham Golden, deceased;
Inventory and account sales of the estate of James Jennett, deceased;
Inventory of the estate of Daniel McKay, deceased;
Division of Negroes between Ann Nutt and her children;
Inventory of the estate of Robert Nixon, deceased;
Division of the personal estate of Thomas Rogers, deceased;
Inventory of the estate of James Shaw, deceased;
Inventory and account sales of James Telfair, deceased;
Audited account of the estate of Joshua Wooten, deceased.
All rendered to court and ordered to be filed.
Administration on the estate of Thomas Leddon, deceased, granted to Thomas Ledden,
giving bond at $400 with James Simmoons, Wm McCurdy as securities. Thomas Leddon
qualifed.
Ordered that Bryant Wooten enter into bond for $400 for the maintenance of a bastard
male child begotten on the body of Tela Casteen and for indemnifling the parish, etc, with
Samuel James and Benjamin Rochelle as securities and that he pay unto the hands of Tela
Casteen, the mother of said bastard child, 20 Ibs annually for three years.
The will of William Swann Nichols was exhibited in open court and proved by Gabriel
Holmes, Jr., one of the subscribing witnesses, and ordered to be recorded and Caleb Nichols
qualified as Executor thereto.
Administration granted to Jacob Hartman on the estate of Samuel Sexton, deceased,
giving bond in the sum of $2500 with Jacob Levy and Henry Taylor, securities.
Israel Judge, Samuel James, and Thomas Player appointed to audit the accounts of
Moses Manning, executor of Thomas Ramsey, deceased
Joseph D. Broadham has agreed for the sum of 23 Ibs to testifl on behalf of the State
against Ezekial Trussel on Thursday next
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Court adiourned to 3 o'clock in the afternoon
Court met according to adiournment
Present the Worshipful: Henry B. Howard, Samuel Black, James S. Green, John Hogg
Ordered that the usual allowance for extra service be made to the officers of this Court
and to the bell ringer for the year 1815
Administration on the estate of Alexander Hostler granted to James S. Green, giving
bond in $4000 with Wm H. Halsey and Charles Wright, securities
Ordered that the sheriff surrender the mulatto boy named Harry to Samuel Kingsbury,
his master, with payment of all costs
Ordered that Hannah Collins aged about 15 years be bound to Anna Smith until she
arrives at the age of 18 years, on giving bond with Wm W. Jones as security
John R. London qualified as administrator of John London, deceased.
Ordered that Joseph Jacobs be allowed his account, to wit: eight dollars for expenses of
burying a deceased man, name unknown, at Mr. Waddell's plantation below the town of
Wilmington.
A deed from David Anderson to Wm W. Jones proved by Niel McLaurin, subscribing
witness thereto
Afternoon 3 o'clock
Court met according to adjournment
Present the Worshipful: J. W. Walker, Wm H. Vann, Thomas Devane
Jesse George, a talisman, discharged
Gilbert Geer, for the Wardens of the Poor vs James Marshall - general issue- Caveats
, release, accord and satisfaction - referred - Ordered that the award of the referees be
perfu
made the judgment of this court.
President of the State Bank vs Owen Kenan - Same jury except Jesse George in whose
room is John Williams and find that the deft did assume and assess damages at $546 with
interest from 1 2 ' ~Aug 1815 and costs.
Same vs Same - Same jury and find for the plff $651 with interest from 1 gth~ u g u s18
t 15
and costs
Same vs Same - Same jury and find for plff $100 with interest from 29thJuly 1815.
. Same jury
John Nelson vs Robert Simpson - Not guilty, justification, lender of
and find the deft not guilty.
The Governor for William Motte vs James W. White, Wm McKay, and Gilbert Geer.
Debt. Default and inquiry. Same jury except Wm Motte and Daniel McLammy in whose room
is Thomas C. Reston and John Everitt and find the writing obligatory to be the act and deed of
the defts, that the condition of the bond are not performed and find that the defts do we the sum
of $200 to be discharged b the payment of $38.65 and assess damages at 6 cents and costs.
President of the Bank of Cape Fear vs Samuel Bunting, Jr. General issue, payment
setoff, stat line - Jury empanelled. Viz: James Simmons, Kinchen Powers, Jacob James, John
Taylor, Thomas C. Reston, Edward St George, George Jennings, John Everitt, John St
George, George Tessler, Richard Saunders, John Wilkings and find that deft did assume within
three years, that there is no payment nor setoff and assess damages at $356 with interest from 18'
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August 1815 and $2 for protest and costs.
Same vs Andrew McJulian - Case- general issue- Same jury and assess damages at $356
with interest from 18' August 1815 and $2 for protest and costs.
Ordered that administration on the estate of James Shaw be granted Daniel Sellers giving
bond in 7000 Ibs with Duncan Robeson, Niell Murphy and Daniel Kerr as securities. The said
admr has permission to sell the perishable estate of his intestate.
Ordered that Thomas Leddon, admr of Thomas Leddon, deceased, have leave to sell the
perishable estate of his intestate.
Ordered that Jacob Hartman, admr of Samuel Sexton, deceased, have leave to sell the
Negroes of his intestate. (Bond not executed by securities). Jacob Hartman qualified as adrnr of
Samuel Sexton, deceased, by direction of a majority of the court although bond not executed by
securities.
H. B. Howard on the bench and defecting John Julius Gause appointed guardian to
Benjamin Roberts Nutt, John Nutt, and Henry Nutt giving bond in 6000 Ibs with John D.
Toomer and A. M. Hooper securities
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Ordered that Rebecca Ann Southerland of the age of 11 years be bound until she is 18
years of age to Mrs. Susan Wright to learn the art and mystery of a seamstress upon Mrs.
Wright's singing the indenture with Charles Wright as security, agreeable to the Act of the
Assembly in such cases made and provided.
Court adjourned to 9 o'clock tomorrow
Wednesday morning 9 o'clock
Court met according to adjournment
Present the worshipful: Thomas Devane, Wm J. Larkins, Israel Judge, John Garnier, Joel
Parish
Ordered that Hannah, formerly the property of Hanson (?) Allen, of Brunswick, be
emancipated on giving bond agreeable to Act of Assembly.
Ordered that commission issue to take the private examination of Susan M. Tooley, wife
of Philip C. Tooley.
Joseph Mumford, Esq. appeared in open court and exhibited his commission as Justice of
the Peace and qualified.
Michael Boney, defaulting talisman, fined $2.
Ordered that Peter Smith be appointed guardian for Lewis, John, and Rebeccah Collins,
giving bond in $300 for each with Charles B. Gause and William Morris as securities who are
approved by the court consisting of Joel Parish, H. B. Howard, W. J. Larkins, and Wm H.
Vann.
James Bowen about nine years of age bound to Aaron Bowen until he arrives at the age
of twenty one.
Tax laid by the court for county uses for 1815 : five cents for every $10 value on land;
forty cents for every white and black poll; twenty cents on each white and black poll for jail tax
John Hambleton vs John Hulet - appeal docket. Jury empanelled: James Simmons,
Kinchen Powers, Jacob James, John Taylor, Edward St George, Daniel McLammy, John
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Walker, Alexander Peden, John Everitt, Frederick Foy, James Mashborne, Richard Saunders
and find deft did assume and assess damages at $6 and costs. On motion, judgment agt securities
President of the Bank of Cape Fear vs admrs of Henry Wright. Case-general issue- Same
jury and find that defts' intestate did assume and assess damages at $60 with interest from 7th
March 1815 anc costs
Christopher Dudley, Sr. vs admr of R. Williams. Scifa-general issue- Same jury and find
that a Negro named Sam claimed by other persons has come to the possession of the deft
Same vs Same- Scifa- Same jury and same verdict
Nathan and Lot Williams vs Elizabeth Dorsey - Case default and inquiry - Same jury and
assess damages at $59.26 and costs.
Samuel Champlain vs executors of R. Davis - case default and inquiry - same jury and
find for plff and assess damages at $92.75 with interest from 3rdJuly 1815
Administrator of D. Lamock vs John Wilkings - Case, general issue, same jury and find
that deft did assume and assess damages at $150.57 with interest from 13thSeptember 1811 and
costs. Appeal prayed and granted giving bond with Archibald F. McNeil and Thomas Cowan,
securities.
Peter Cotton vs administrator of Wm S. Hasell. Case, general issue. Same jury and find
that deft's intestate did assume and assess damages at $163.66 with interest from 1 71hDecember
1815 and costs.
William Guthrie vs administrator of William Hall - Appeal docket - same jury and find
for the plff and assess damages at $50 with interest from 3rdSeptember 1813 and costs
Court adjourned to 3 o'clock in the afternoon
Afternoon 3 o'clock
Court met according to adjournment
Present the Worshipful: Henry B. Howard, Joseph Lamb, John Garnierl day
Ordered that the sheriff of the county be authorized to hire a guard to attend the jai and
night until the prisoners, Samuel and Benjamin Spa
are returned tot he county of Craven.
The sheriff representing to the court the insufficiency of the jail and protesting against the
same, moved that an order might be made and directed to the Colonel or commanding officer of
the county requesting him to furnish a guard for the safekeeping of the prisoners committed to
the jail. The court doubting their authority to make such an order and apprehending the great
expense that would be incident to it execution, refused the motion.
The court consisting of Henry B. Howard, John Garnier, Joseph Mumford, Joel Parish,
Wm H. Vann, Wm J. Larkins and Joseph Lamb proceeded to the election of a sheriff, when
Gabriel Holmes, Jr. was unanimously elected upon giving bonds agreeable to the Act of
Assembly with Wm W. Jones, Thomas F. Davis and A. M. Hooper as securities. Bonds,
execution and filed.
Duncan Robeson, Esq. exhibited his commission as a Justice of the Peace and qualified
according to law.
Paoli Ashe vs Wm L. Bush. General issue- Jury empanelled: James Simmons, Kinchen
Powers, Jacob James, John Taylor, Edward St George, Daniel McLammy, Alexander Peden,
John Everitt, Frederick Foy, Richard Saunders, John Walker, James Mason and find the
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writing obligatory to be the act and deed of the deft and assess damages at $50 with interest from
I" July 1815 and costs
John McDuffie vs Isaac Alderman - Scifa - general issue. The court adjudge that there is
such a record. Judgment according to Scifa.
William Harriss vs John Neale - Debt - General issue- setoff. Same jury and find that
the deft does owe the sum of $80.56, that there is no setoff and assess damages at $16 and costs.
Same vs Henry H. Neale - case general issue, setoff, stat line - same jury and find that the
deft did assume within three years, that there is no setoff and assess damages at $68 with interest
from 5thJan 1814 and costs.
Henry B. Howard vs James Mason - case, general issue. Same jury except James
Mason in whose room is James Mashborne and find that the deft did assume and assess
damages at $112.50 principal and $1.66 interest, and costs.
Lewis A. Nixon vs Frederick Foy - Lewis and John Messick called out on their
subpoenas and failed - issue scifa.
James Usher vs Michael Boney - Case, general issue. Same jury and find that deft did
assume and assess damages at $276.16 with interest from 2gthNovember 1815 and costs.
Executor of Wm S. Nichols - case-general issue - payment, setoff, stat line- Same jury
and find that the deft did assume within three years, that there is no payment nor setoff and assess
damages at $207 with interest from 18" August 1815 and costs.
Court adjourned to 9 o'clock tomorrow
Thursday 9'clock
Court met according to adjournment
Present the Worshiphl: Henry B. Howard, William Hall, Wm Isler Larkins,
John Hogg, John Garnier
Henry Taylor, talisman, discharged
State vs Joseph Lamb- John Harriss prosecutor. Witness called out and failed
State vs William Isler Larkins- nonfeasance- pleads not guilty. Jury sworn and
empanelled, viz: James Simmons, Kinchen Powers, Jacob James, John Taylor, Edward St
George, Daniel McLammy, Miles Blake, William Richardson, John Walker, Hillary
Moore, Richard Saunders, Samuel Potter, and find the defendant guilty in manner and form as
charged in the indictment.
Fined $6 and costs. Fine and costs paid.
State vs Ezekiel Trussell- Assault & battery- Pleads not guilty- Same jury and find the
defendant guilty in manner and form as charged in the indictment. Fined $1 and
costs.
A deed from Philip C. Tooley and Susan M. Tooley proved by Donald R. McLeod,
subscribing witness thereto. Ordered that a commission issue to Obed Macy, George Swain,
McKeon, or any two of them to take the private examination of
William Armfield and
said Susan. Ordered that Capt. Thomas Calllender, Gabriel Holmes, and Thomas
Cowan be appointed to audit the accounts of the Executor of Wm H. Hall.
(To be continued)
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NEW HANOVER COUNTY DEED INDEX
[The New Hanover County Deed Index is on microfilm in the North Carolina Room of the local library.
This series, abstracted by Ann Hewlett Hutteman, covers the years 1725 until 1860. If you desire a copy
of a particular deed, you may request a copy, which is also on microfilm from the local history room. Be
sure you cite the grantor, grantee(s) and book and page numbers.]
Type of
Grantor
Grantee
Instrument
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John Nelson
Thomas Norrad
Jacob Levy
Lewis Paget
Charles B. Morris
Aaron Lazarus
Thomas C. Reston
Alexander Peden
John McColl
John Cowan
Lewe Sellers
David W. Miller
Richard Taylor
Joshua P. Brown
Murdock McKay
John P. Brown
Jacob Hartman
Daniel Fergus
Edward B. Dudley
John P. Brown
John P. Brown
Joel E. Hobbs
James Grant
James Grant
William G. Jones
Phillip Barodiere
Nathan Green
Thomas C. Reston
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154
157
118
481
482
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1817
1817
1817
1818
1818
1818
1818
1818
1818
1818
1818
1819
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1820
1821
1822
1823
1826
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1848
1848
1848
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1851
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Grantor
Y)
Ansert, Catherine and
Elizabeth by atty
Anthony, Joseph
Armstong, J. D.
and Catherine
Armstrong, J. D.
and Catherine
Armstrong, Edward
Armstrong, Edward
Armstrong, Edward
Armstrong, Edward
Armstrong, Isham
Armstrong, Isham
Armstrong, Isham
Armstrong, Isham
Armstrong, Isham, Est. of
by comrs.
Armstrong, Isham, Est. of
by comrs.
Armstrong, James & Susan
Armstrong, James & Susan
Armstrong, James
Armstrong, T. J.
Armstrong, T. J.
Armstrong, T. J.
Armstrong, T. J.
Armstrong, T. J.
Armstrong, T. J.
Armstrong, T. J.
Armstrong, T. J.
Armstrong, T. J.
Armstrong, Thomas J.
Armstrong, Thomas J.
Armstrong, William
Armstrong, William
Armstrong, William
Armstrong, William
Armstrong, William
Armstrong, William
Armstrong, William
Armstrong, William
Armstrong, William
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Type of
Instrument
BooWPage
Date
Jacob Levy
William Purviance, Atty
Deed
POA
N
D
374
3 83
1808
1759
Harret Humphrey
Deed
GG
430
1849
John A. Sanders
Charles Hooks
Moor Wood
Alfred Guthrie
James Armstrong
Beasly Taylor
William Usher, Sr.
Thmas J. Armstrong
Christian Hanchey
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Grantee
Mary Armstrong
Widow Dower
Thomas E. Armstrong
Edward Pigford
Edward Pigford
David M. Lewis
Oscar G. Parsley
Jeremiah Nichols
Edward P. Hall
Alfred Alderman
James H. Alderman
Frederick J. Cutlar, TR
Brown & DeRossett
Arthur C. Smith
Samuel Davis
Thomas H. Williams
James Orrell
Daniel Henderson
John Cowan
Thomas I. Cowan
Edward E. Pearce
Samuel C. Cowan
Ann Cowan
Wilm. & Raleigh RR Co.
E. E. Pierce
Thomas Johnston
D ofL
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
DofT
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
QcD
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
LDA
212
1854
L D A 224
140
T
1855
u
T
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DD
FF
HH
I1
LL
LL
PP
QQ
AA
NN
N
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U
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206
426
435
243
344
404
134
230
180
325
472
252
307
519
24
370
3 73
3 74
145
457
137
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1843
1847
1848
1850
1852
1854
1854
1858
1860
1844
1855
1809
1813
1820
1832
1832
1832
1838
1842
1847
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Spring-
Grantor
Grantee
Armstrong, J.
Armstrong, Thomas J.
and Martha
Armstrong, Julia E.
Armstrong, F. I.
Arthur, John
Arthur, Gideon
Artis, Emily
Artis, Emily
Artis, Emily
Artis, Emily
Artis, Emily & Elvin
Artis, Elvin
Artis, Elvin
Artis, Elvin
Artis, Elvin, Gdn. by Com
Artis, Elvin
Artis, Elvin
Artis, Elvin
Artis, Elvin
Artis, Owen
Ashford, Butlar, Comfort A.
Ashford, Butlar, Comfort A
Ashford, Butlor
Ashford, Butler
Ashe, Alexander, Rosa H.
Ashe, Alexander, Rosa H.
Ashe, Alexander, Rosa H.
Ashe, A.S. E.C.
Ashe, Caroline, Thomas S.
Ashe, Elizabeth
Ashe, Elizabeth, P.P.
Ashe, John
Ashe, John
Ashe, John
Ashe, John
Ashe, John
Ashe, John
Ashe, John
Ashe, John
Ashe, John
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Type of
Instrurneni
W&RRRCo.
RofW
Daniel Alderman
Jeremiah Hand
Bradford Shearman
John Potter
Hinton James
Henry J. Toole
Elvin Artis
Elvin Artis
James A. Bradley
Alexander Hewlett
George Ferguson
J. G. Beauman
Silas N. Martin
Jacob Wessel
Emily Artis
Emily Lock
James A. Bradley
Sophia Buck
Henry W. Block
William Buntin
Samuel Lowder
Samuel Lowder
Hillory Moore
Charles H. Alexander
John Futch
Andrew J. Westbrook
Oliver P. Meares, Atty
Archibald B. McCaleb
William H. Hill
Thomas C. Reston
Nathaniel Rice
Ezekiel Alexander
John Gardner
Joseph Baker
Robert Baker
Lettice C. Purviance
Bishop Dudley
Henry L. Lutterloh
William Nichols
Deed
QCD
Deed
Deed
Deed
MTG
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
MTG
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Lease
Lease
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
PofA
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Deed
Date
1838
d
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Grantor
Grantee
Type of
Instrument
John Walker
Ashe, John
ASGMT
Samuel Ashe
Ashe, John
Deed
Samuel Ashe, Jr.
Ashe, John
AGMT
Ashe, John
Samuel Ashe
Deed
Ashe, John B.
Nathaniel Rice
Deed
William Campbell
Ashe, John B.
Deed
William Campbell
Ashe, John B.
Deed
Ashe, John, Rebecca
Benjamin Heron
Deed
S. Erickson
Ashe, John, Samuel
Deed
Ashe, John B., Samuel
John B. Moore
Deed
Alexander Lillington
Ashe, Mary, Samuel
Deed
John Walker
Ashe, Richard D., P.P.
Deed
Thomas S.
Ashe, Thomas S., R. D., P.P. William W. Jones
Deed
John I. Clarke
Ashe, Samuel
Deed
John Walker
Ashe, Samuel by Shf
Shf D
Ashe, Samuel
James Walker
Deed
James Howard
Ashe, Samuel
Deed
Ashe, Samuel
A. Duncan Moore
Deed
Ashe, Samuel
George Merrick
Deed
James Moore
Ashe, Samuel
Deed
Ashe, Samuel
James M. Ore
Deed
John Atkinson
Ashe, Samuel
Deed
Ashe, Samuel
Christopher Dudley, Atty
PofA
Ashe, Samuel
Ezekial Lane
Deed
Ashe, Samuel
John Atkinson
Deed
Ashe, Samuel, by atty
Thomas F. Davis
Deed
Ashe, Samuel, by Marshall Samuel Bludworth
Marshall Deed
Samuel Bunting, Jr.
Ashe, Samuel
Deed
Ashe, Samuel
Thomas C. Reston
Deed
Ashe, Samuel
James F. McRee
Deed
George Davis
Ashe, Samuel, Jr.
AGMT
John Ashe
AGMT
Ashe, Samuel, Jr.
Alexander D. Moore
Ashe, Samuel, Jr.
Deed
Ashe, Sarah, Samuel
Archibald MacLain
Deed
Ashe, Sarah, Samuel
William Moseley
Deed
Ashe, Sarah, Samuel
John Atkinson
Deed
Ashe, Sarah, Samuel
Joshua Sutton
Deed
Ashe, Sarah, Samuel
Alexander D. Moore, TR
D in TR
Ashe, Samuel P.
Ezekiel Lane
Deed
Ashe, Samuel P.
James Moore
Deed
Date
1787
1788
1789
1791
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1796
1796
1762
1789
1802
1769
1821
1838
1783
1790
1791
1792
1797
1798
1799
1799
1807
1807
1809
1809
1810
1811
1815
1816
1832
1787
1789
1808
1788
1793
1803
1795
1797
1815
1815
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New! FROM THE BOOK DEPARTMENT
The Book Department announces the production of a new CD entitled, Index to New
Hanover County, North Carolina, Obituaries, 1998-2002, as Reported in the Wilmington
Morning Star and the Wilnzington Journal, compiled by James T. Edwards. The data is also
available in five books. The price of the CD is $20.00 plus $4.00 for shipping and handling. The
books are $10.00 for one year or the set of five for $40.00 plus $4.00 for shipping and handling.
(NC residents please add 7% sales tax). Order from: Old New Hanover Genealogical Society,
P. 0. Box 2536, Wilmington, NC 28402.
HELP WANTED!
The Association of Swinson Descendants.Book Committee is gathering material on the
Swinson family and their descendants in southeastern Virginia and eastern North Carolina. The
goal is to publish in the near future a well-documented history of the family, beginning with its
colonial progenitors. Living descendants may be included as they wish.
Your input will be most welcome. Each contributor will receive appropriate credit for any
material which is used. If you are interested in participating in this endeavor please contact:
Joyce Jones Franks (302 478-6271) or e-mail: [email protected] Mailing address: 11 16
Grinnell Road, Wilmington, Delaware 19803-5126. Please mention the Swinson Book
Project.
HASKETT AWARD HONORS "MISS SUSIE"
On Thursday, March 27, 2003, John Wright Butler, former Society president, presented
the Delmas D. Haskett Award to Susie Sellers Carson at the March meeting of the Southport
Historical Society. "Miss Susie" was honored for her interest and contributions to lower Cape
Fear genealogy. A lifelong resident of Southport, she is the author of the award winning book,
Joshua S Dream: A Town With Two Names (a history of Southport). Currently, she writes a
column, "A Bit of History," in the Brunswick County edition of the Star-News. She is connected
to the Sellers and Hewett families who were in the county before the Revolution. She is very
willing to share her expert knowledge of Brunswick County families. Congratulations, "Miss
Susie!"
The Haskett Award, named in honor of Delmas D. Haskett (191 1-2002), who for a
number of years volunteered in the North Carolina Room, New Hanover Public Library, is
presented to those who have made significant contributions to area genealogy.
CLARENDON COURIER
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BRUNSWICK COUNTY MARRIAGE REGISTER
1804 - 1868
[ l k s is a series of Brunswick County Mamage Licenses, which were abstracted some time ago by Delmas
D. Haskett. Please note that some of the entries are repeated.]
License issued
26 May 1866
20 Apr 1857
26Apr 1814
10 Jan 1860
9 Oct 1810
24 May 1855
9 Sep 1854
4 Mar 1865
29 Dec 1866
22 Apr 1805
5 Dec 1864
15 Jun 1857
22 July 1817
30 May 1867
i
#1 Apr 1861
24 Sept 1859
12 Dec 1866
15 Apr 1861
26 July 1806
2 Mar 1868
7 Jan 1867
5 May 1856
9 Nov 1811
21 Jan 1859
10 May 1862
12 Oct 1866
26 Oct 1863
19 May 1860
7 July 1859
no date
8 Sept 1866
20 May 1862
25 Feb 1866
15 June 1866
16 Jan 1856
6 Dec 1865
23 Nov 1859
loJan1863
24 Jan 1815
Isaac Kyser to Rosa Chapman
Andrew Lancaster to Vallie Holden
William Lane to Susan Rabon
David Latta to Prudence Allen
John Lee to Dorcas Beverly
Samuel Lehew to Eliza Bond
Benjamin W. Lehew to Julia A. Hewett
Benjamin T. Long to Nancy Ward
Mathew Long to L. Malinda Bennett
Micajah Long to Sarah Gore
John Leonard to Mary Ann Simmons
John P. Lennon to Sarah Rowel1
Donald Leonard to Elizabeth Skipper
Samuel B. Leonard to Sarah L. Bellamy
James M. Lewis to Jane P. Formy
Prior Lewis to Sarah Clemmons
George T. Litchfield to Penelope Hewett
Chnstopher C. Little to Nicy C. Bennett
Benjamin Rots Locke to Zilpha Sullivan
William Long to Marcy Norris
Amos Langdon to Adeline Galloway
R .A. Lytle to Annah D. King
John McCaleb to Eliza Burch
Jesse McCoy to Mary A. Formy
Loyal McCoy to Ellen Rowel1
Sam McCoy to Rebecca Formyduval
William McCreary to Amanda Burns
James B. McCumber to Penniah Hewett
Levin Meginney to Valeria A. Brown
James McGowan to Catherine Thompson
Alexander McKiethan to
Martine?
M. McKeithan to Jane Boon?
Moses A. McKeithan to Malvina Pinner
Robert W. McKeithan to Amelia G. Drew
Theodore McKeithan to Hannah Springs
W a s h g t o n McKeithan to Mary M. McKeithan
Willliam W. McCrackan to Ann Sophia Hewett
D. J. McRae to Mary A. Harvell
------McCormick to Ann Burch
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License Issued
25 Oct 1814
21 July 1863
2 Jan 1867
12 Feb 1867
4 May 1866
15 Sept 1864
22 Dec 1862
12 Aug 1862
29 Jan 1861
25 July 1806
27 Oct 1806
6 Mar 1860
19 Feb 1867
15 July 1839
25 Dec 1867
26 Jan 1867
8 Dec 1854
27 May 1861
15 Aug 1866
26 July 1814
22 Feb 1867
22 Jan 1867
5 Feb 1857
6 Oct 1853
27 Jan 1859
24 Dec 1866
22 July 1860
22 Oct 1811
26 Apr 1812
25 Apr 1844
13 Nov 1861
27 Dec 1842
15 Oct 1840
22 Apr 1863
10 Aug 1860
14 Oct 1867
7 July 1804
4Nov 1815
14 Feb 1867
31 Jan 1841
20 Mar 1815
18 Apr 1867
24 Feb 1867
28 Oct 1864
8 Aug 1856
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Peter J. Mallett to Margaret J. Gibbs
J. D. Marlow to Margaret M. Long
Andrew J. Marshall to Bessie Dosher
James Marshall to Anna Jane Mitchell
Henry E. Martin to ---William Mathews to Martha C. Crapon
Edward Mercer to Susan Sellers
Travis Mercer to Sarah Ward
W. M. Mercer to Zilphia Gilbert
John Millican to Sarah Ann Russ or Ross
Moses Millican to Sarah Ward
Eli ---- to Ann Jane McKeithan
Hiram W. Millinor to Ann E. Danford
Willis Millinor to Mary Jane Murrell
Emory E. 0.Mintz to Sarah E. Frink
John N. Mintz to Theresa Butler
John E. M- to Leah F. McBride
John S. M.---- to Emily C. Norris
Allen M. Moore to Penelope Ann Swain
John Moore to Lucy Green Hall
William Moore to Ginny Hall
William E, Marlow to Mary Butler
Thomas Morrison to Amanda McKeithan
Columbus Morse to Sarah Virginia McKeithan
Dunbar Morse to Emiline Price
Napolean R. Morse to Amelia E. Gause
James D. Morse or Muse to Anna G. Montrose
Stephen Neal to Sarah Nutt?
Emory E. Neale to Catherine McCumbee?
---- Nelson to Candice Hill
Thomas J. Oates to Mary Jane Smith
Covington J. Orrell to Mildred Eliza Watters
Nixon Otway to Elizabeth Stanley
John Outlaw to Hannah Clewis
M. S. Outlaw to Sarah Ward
Jonathan J. Padrick to Julia J. Skipper
John Parker to Mary Pinner
John Parker to Elizabeth Stanaland
Joel L. Patrick to Anna Eliza Skipper
Thomas Patterson to P. L. Bennett
David Pearce to Hannah Voight
Lazarus Peavy to Jane Little
Zerch W. Peavy to Piercy J. Brewington
John N. ---- to Jane Wescott
Peter ---- to Margaret A. Buford
&
Spring
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Church of St. Paul's Burial and Baptisms
Wilmington, North Carolina
Transcribed by James Edwards
May 5"' 1858, the following named persons met for the purpose of forming the congregation of
St. Paul's Church, Wilmington: William A. Beery, William B. Whitehead, William J. Cornwall, Thomas
H. Howey, Samuel P. Gause, Daniel Fergus, Mrs. Josepha G. Atkinson, Mrs. Jane R. Fleming, Mrs. D.A.
Cornwall, Mrs. S. P. Gause, Mrs. E.D. Whitehead.*
Third in a series from Book 1.
Continued Burials 1872 from Winter 2003 Issue.
April
Harriot Mitchell, child of Peter Cary and Francenia his wife
Born July 5"' 1871 Died 1872
From St. Marks Church To Pine Grove Cemetery
By C. 0 . Brady
April 27''
Frank Rowe
Adult supposed age 20
From house of Peggy McLeming To Pine Grove Cemetery
By C. 0. Brady
&
Baptisms in St. Paul's Church Wilmington
1859
May 22
Colored
William Willoughby
Born April 13"' 1859
Parents
George & Bridget
Mary
Born January 7"' 1859
Hassell & Anne Bingery?
Emily White
Born July 1858
Owen & Celia Davis
Polly
Born 1857
James & Maria Davis
Chloe
Born Sept 1858
James & Maria Davis
Edward
Born October 1858
Jane Fleming
*Source: Taken from a History of St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Book 2), written in Bishop
Atkinson's handwriting.
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May 22 cont'd John Francis
Born ~ e b , 2 3 ' ~1859
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William & Peggy Mosely
William Henry
Born March 18" 1859
Robert & Sarah Jackson
June 12"
Mary
Born May 15" 1856
Caroline Irvann?
July 3
Clara Waters
Born January 2,1859
Lizzie Waters
July 3
Margaret Jane
Born Dec. 11" 1858
Mary Jane London
Sophia 3 mo. old
McKay
Samuel Augustus 2 yrs 3 mo. old
1860 Baptisms
Mrs Childs
Mrs. Lilington Witness
May lst
Eliza Russell
Born
May 20"
Charles Infant child of S. P Gause, Esq.
Born 10 July 1859
Sponsors
Daniel Fergus
The Father and Mother
May 20"
Allen Evans Jackson
son of Henry & Maria Jackson
Free Blacks
Born 26" Nov. 1859
By Rt. Rev. Thos Atkinson
May 27"
Edward Son of Jane Servant of T. H. Henry, Col.
Bapt. By Daniel Morrelle, Deac.
Born 1852 or 57?
May 27"
Laura Daughter of Annette Servant of T. H. Howey, Col.
Bapt. By Daniel Morrelle, Deac.
Born 5" July 1859
June 5"
William Son of Mary Jane Wallace
(dead June 15")
Born 24" May 1 858
Baptised in private by Rev. L. Holmes
25 Nov 1860
Ann Brown, colored child of Mary Brown Servant of Z. Latimer
by D. Morrelle, Deac.
Born 9" April 1859
&
CLARENDON COURIER
1860 cont 'd
November 4"
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Solomon Jackson
Born 26" Feb. 1860
child of Solomon W. Nash
& Mary E. Nash
March 3 1 ~
Margaret Sampson(Co1. Free) Wife of
Henry Sampson, Servant of Mrs. Davis
Rt. Rev. T. Atkinson
April 23
Annette Russell Daughter of Mary Russell B.
(Clin. Bapt.) Born 8" Sep. 1846
D. Morrelle
March 10"
Faustina (Col.) adopted child of
Betsy DeKeyser about 7 years old
Sponsors
Betsy DeKeyser (Col.)
Betsy Smith
( Col.)
March 10"
Prince (Col.) child of Caroline servant of Z. Latimer
Born Nov.6" 1860
Sponsors
Caroline (the Mother) Servants
Hannah
of Z. Latimer
March 10"
Priscilla (Col.) child of Miss E. Wilson
Born July 22"d 1860
Sponsors
Lavina (the brother)
Harriet Serv. of Miss C. Grant
May 5"
David (Col.) child of Malvina servant of Mrs. Cath. Mears
Born July 22 1860
Sponsors
Mrs. C. Mears
Judy Serv. of Mrs. Child
Nancy Serv. of A. J. DeBissette
July 5"
Lucilla child of John Nixon & Ellen
Born 26" June 1861 Clinical
a
Reported 1861
S
Aug. 15
George Washington infant belonging to Mrs Jane Fleming
Clinical Bapt.
Born Aug.11, 1861
July 19"
Robert
Born
Servant of Mrs.Hardin
Clinical
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Adelaide
daughter of Samuel & Henrietta Reid-Free
Coloured
Born March 13, 1861
Reported 1862
Baptisms White 1862
25' December John Malvina infant daughter of Samuel P. & Caroline Gause
Sponsors
The Parents
Grand Parents Mr. & Mrs. Fergus
Reported 1863
1863
June 31d
1866
Feb.8
1867
Feb. 10
Infant daughter of Leonard K. Mann &
Elizabeth Latimer
Joanna
Born 20" Sep 1862
Sponsors
The Mother
Mrs. G. Latimer
Pomfrey (Neale)
Adult by Bishop Atlunson
Frederick DeBernier child of James Lazams and Elizabeth Rattley
Bishop Atlunson
Born 23 June 1866
Mary Jane (illegitimate) child of Alice Jordan
Born Oct.4" 1866
Bishop Atkinson
March 10
Eliza Jane daughter of Rachel Spriggs
Born Sept 1865
Sponsors
Preston Spriggs
John McLondon
Albina Davis
Charles, son of Samuel Brown & Hagar his wife.
Born 1851
Sponsors
The Parents
& Geo. Jordan
Rev. Geo Patterson
Eliza Mackey adopted daughter of Samuel Brown
Born Jan.1" 1855
Sponsors
Samuel Brown
Hagar Brown
Milly Jordan
Rev. Geo. Patterson
CLARENDON COURIER
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Adele Patterson, daughter of Robert & Sarah Jackson
Sponsors
Amos Galloway
Bella Martin
Daniel Morrelle, Deacon
The above reported May 1867
April 28
r'
I
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May 12.
Adelina Brown (Adult) Bishop Atkinson
2lS'
October
Charlotte daughter of Abner Morgan & Laura his wife.
Clinic
Born Sept 1",1867
Geo. Patterson
Baptisms Colored
Dec.8
Richard & James Leary children of Samuel Reid & Henrietta Evans his wife
Born Feb. 17" 1865 and May 2,1867
Sponsors
William Kellog, John Brown
Louisa Grun, Athalia Robinson
March 8'
Charles Henry son of Pomfrey & Betty Howe
Born 1841
Sponsor
Henry D. Sampson
Rev. Geo Patterson
Jan 12'
Georgiana Bluxome child of
March 22
John Deabiron son of Abraham H. & Martha A. Galloway
Sponsors
Betty Anne DeKeyser
Prince Livingston
Adam Galloway
Bishop
April 5"
Maria wife of Edward Green
Age about 26
Sponsors
Melvina Davis
Edward Green
Bishop
April 12
Alice Lenora child of Solomon W. & Kate Nash
Born 15" Sept 1867
Sponsors
Mother
Polly Robinson
William Kellogg
D.M.
CLARENDON COURIER
April 20
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Jackson son of Morris Brown & Jemima Spencer
Born Nov.25" 1867
Patterson
28' June
3rdSunday
- after Trinity
Henry Turner son of Sam Davis &
Born 2ndOct. 1867
Sponsor
John Nonvood
Bishop
1868 Aug.16 Alice Cornelia daughter of John & Ellen Nixon
Born Apr 27 1868
Sponsors Major G. Davis & Alice his wife & the parents
Aug. 18
John Francis son of Francis & Maria Johnson.
Born Oct 1824, Witnesses John Nixon, John Nonvood & Betsy Ann DeKeisa
By Rev. Geo. Patterson
0ct.5'~
Mary Elizabeth: daughter of Arembert & Laura Taylor
Born Sept 271h 1855
Sponsor
Sophia Eddy
Geo. Patterson
Oct.71h
Charles: son of Edward Hill & Evelina his wife who was
born August 281h1864
Sponsors The Mother& Nancy Walker
Geo. Patterson
October 7th
Thomas: son of Edward Hill & Evelina his wife who was
Born October 1 1lh 1867
The Mother & Nancy Walker
Sponsors
Geo. Patterson
ONE LAST WORD...
Epitaph from Bath, England:
Here lies Ann Mann
She lived an old maid and
She died an old Mann
Contributed by Helen Sammons
ONHGS PUBLICATION AND PRICE LIST
The following i s a partial list of publications which are available fiom the Old New Hanover Genealogical Society,
P.O. Box 2536, Wilmington, NC 28402-2536. Unless otherwise noted, all books are soft cover, stapled and taped or
velo bound. All are indexed or alphabetized. (R) in the item number indicates that the book i s a reprint. Shipping and
handling costs are $4.00 for the first book and $1.00 for each additional book. If you live in North Carolina, the books
and shipping are taxed at 6.5%.
Contact person: Kay Berg, 511 Church Sheet, Wilmington, NC 28401,910-763-1899, jnikbergiii!,bellsbuth.net
Title
Pages Order # Price
Onslow County, NC, 1860 Federal Census
279
Onslow County, NC, Cemetery Records: Richlands Township, Vol. V
77
Onslow County, NC, Cemetery Records: Richlands Township, Vol. VI
82
Onslow County, NC, Cemetery Records: Richlands Township, Vol. VII
77
Onslow County, NC, Cemetery Records: Richlands Township, Vol. Vlll
75
Onslow County, NC, Cemetery Records: Richlands Township, Vol. IX
77
Onslow County, NC, Cemetery Records: Richlands Township, Vol. X
74
Onslow County, NC, Cemetery Records: Southwest Township, Vol. Ill
77
Onslow County, NC, Cemetery Records: Southwest Township, Vol. IV
72
Onslow County, NC, Cemetery Records: Southwest Township, Vol. XI
76
Onslow County. NC, Cemetery Records: Southwest Township, Vol. XI1
76
Onslow County, NC, Cemetery Records: Stump Sound Township, Vol. I
73
Onslow County. NC, Cemetery Records: Stump Sound Township, Vol. II
71
Onslow County. NC, Confederate Veterans
96
Onslow County, NC, Voter Registration, 1902-1908
134
Pender County, NC, Voter Registration, 1902-1908
194
Robeson County, NC, Voter Registration, 1902-1908
311
Sampson County, NC, Voter Registration, 1902-1908
259
Wllmington, NC, Front St. Methodist Church
344
Wilmington, NC, lndex Seventh Vol. Morning Star, Sept 18701Mar 1871
84
Wilmington, NC, lndex to Messenger, 1889, Vol. I (A-L)
255
Wilmington, NC, lndex to Messenger, 1889, Vol. II (M-Z)
234
W~lmington,NC, lndex to Messenger, 1905
167
Wllmington, NC, lndex to Messenger, 1906
187
Wilmington, NC, lndex to Messenger, JunNDec 1887
317
Wilmington, NC, MarriagelDeath Notices 1797-1842
136
Wilmington, NC, MarriagelDeath Notices, 1847-1850
253
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