I am looking for any information on the surnames HEDGEPETH and BREWER. Specifically the line of Noah Hedgepeth (b. abt 1800 in Wayne County) and AnN Brewer (b. abt.1806 in Wayne County). They were married in Wayne County around 1825-1830. Their son, John Hedgepeth (b. 5/10/1845) was born in Wayne County. John Hedgepeth married Axie Jane RAINS from Johnston County, NC 7/29/1880.
My name is Charles B. STRICKLAND. I am seeking information about Benjamin (b 1789) and Elizabeth Strickland (b 1790) presumally in Stony Creek Wayne Co. hey had 4 children David, Bethsheba, Levy (Leavy) and Nancy, all born in the 1830s. Levy had a son William T. ( b 1868) and he married Etta PARKER (b 1870). They had a son William T. II ( b Dec. 27, 1901) who moved to Delaware and married Beatrice Moore. Any information would be helpful. All information listed above was gathered by a relative several years ago so I'm not sure if it is totally correct. My e-mail address is CBSocer@aol.com. To have privacy I'm using another family members account. Thanks, Charles B. Strickland
Hi, Need to find out if Bethany Hines GRIMES had family in Wayne Co., in 1820. Bethany HINES married Stephen GRIMES ca1819. Their first son Henry B. GRIMES was born in Goldsboro, Wayne Co., 1820. I know James GRIMES was the father of Stephen. Thanj you. Christine Grimes Thacker CGT 714@aol,com
Any info on John Matthew GRACE b. Wayne Co. about 1800. John was married to a Smitha SAULS b. ? Died 7 Oct 1820. Tthey had 2 boys John P. Grace and a Thomas J. Grace. We know the 2 boys left NC in the 1830 for Ms. John Matthews father could have been a James Grace. We would appreciate any info on this family. e-mail address is email@example.com
Searching for the name of Henry ROBERTS' 1st wife__________ NIXON, dau of John NIXON of Wayne County, NC prior to 1790. Henry was the son of John ROBERTS and Nancy SMITH ROBERTS 1755-1802 ca. Gayle W. Licari Eagle@GWL.reno.nv.us
Searching for parents for Sarah GRADDY/GRADY b. abt 1760 d. 1841 in Wayne County, NC w/o Pierce MOZINGO, revoluntionary war patriot. Richard Hinson, constable, was the executor of her estate. Children Winny Mozingo, Absolem Pierce Mozingo, Susan Mozingo-Ward, Ally Mozingo ROBINSON, Anna Mozingo ANDERSON, William MOZINGO, Edward Mozingo, And possibly Elva Mozingo. Gayle W. Licari Eagle@GWL.reno.nv.us
Looking for info on Fulghum, Richard T. d.o.b. 1842 , married Elizabeth Collier of New Bern 9-26-1867. He was Capt. under Gen. Baker in No. Carolina Confederacy. Six children George Collier F.; Caroline Mercer F.; Richard Hampton F.; Elizabeth Collier F. [ Elise ]; Susan Collier F.; Alexander Andrews F. They were a prominent family in education, railroading, and newspaper publishing in Goldsboro. Any help would be appreciated.
Seeking info on Daniel LUCAS of Black Creek, Wayne (now Wilson) Co, father of fourteen, including Henry 1800-1849 (my line), William b 1806, Benjamin b 1810, John b 1811, Barden b 1816, Stephen b 1818, Silas 1819-1893, and Millie m ____ Campbell. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.
I am looking for any information on the SMITH line from Wayne county, NC from anywhere before 1840. Specifically John Wilson SMITH and his parents. I have information about his wife and kids but do not know before that. He was born in 1820 in Wayne County, NC. Also related to BARDIN, HOLMES, SPRINGER, COOK, HORN, and VENABLE. Thank you!
Loooking for information on Daniel Landmon HOWELL, born 4/12/1828, probably in SC, married Charity FLOWERS, daughter of Benjamin and Kate. Daniel's father was most likely Haywood Howell, and Daniel's siblings were Martha Jane Howell, b. 2/26/1831 (married Dudley KORNEGAY); Blaney Coor Howell, b. 1837 (married Rebecca Jane DENMARK) and died 11/23/1861 in CW; and William B. Howell, b. 1835 (married Anne E. McCULLEN). All were from Wayne Co. Daniel was a Mexican- American War vet, died in May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House , VA. Charity Flowers Howell sister was Edith Flowers Casey. Be happy to share whatever info I have.
Seeking information about BROWN, WILLIAMSON, RADFORD families. James Henry Brown was b. 7/26/1880 in Goldsboro. He was the son of Robert Brown (birthdate unknown) and Mary Susan RADFORD (b. 12/1857). James Henry Brown's wife was Lela Blanche Williamson, b. 7/14/1883 in Goldsboro. Any information on these families would be greatly appreciated.
I am inquiring about the parents of Daniel Davis. Daniel was born in Wayne Cty,NC August 1826 and died August 23,1900. He was maried to Chellie (nee Combs) Davis in Oct. 1847. He had several children, and one of his sons, William T. Davis, is my great-grandfather. I would appreciate hearing from someone who might know who Daniel Davis' father and mother were. Thank you. Diane Talton Rehm
Need information please on the brothers and sisters of Joseph EVERETT (EVERITT) 1774-1836. Also information on his children. Need information please on children of General Richard & Sarah MCKINNE (1752-1800).
I'm unsucessfully trying to trace my family background. My Great-Grandfather, William Thomas Alphin and my Great-Grandmother, Annie Hill Collum Alphin, had a grocery store on Slocum Street. I think my Grandmother, Eunice Atricia Alphin was born in Goldsboro. Could you please helpme??? If you have any questions, please contact me by E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks, Linda
Hello, I am searching for any info on a Barbara Ann Herring of Wayne County NC, wife of John Baker Bowden of Wayne county NC as to her parents and which line of Wayne county Herrings she fits into. Any info? Thank you, David Bowden Research of Josie Bowden ,David Bowden and others 1 Nicholas Bourden + Prudence Davis Wrenn of Isle of Wight VA Descendants of Nicholas Bourden, partial line 2 Mary Bourden 3/30/1745 - 2 Baker Bourden 6/10/1742 - 2 Samuel Bourden 4/14/1737 - 2 John Bourden 6/10/1739 - ........ 2 Nicholas Bowden 2 3/25/1741 - .............. +Elizabeth Holder ................... 3 Samuel Bowden Abt 1769 - ................... 3 Reading Bowden 1772 - ................... 3 Bryan Bowden 1774 - ................... 3 James Bowden Abt 1776 - ................... 3 Baker Bowden Abt 1763 - ......................... +Mary Branch .................... 4 Nicholas Bowden Jr. Abt 1790 - ......................... +Elizabeth Southerland Descendants of John Baker Bowden 1 John Baker Bowden 1823 - Aft 1880 . +Winifred Whetfield *2nd Wife of John Baker Bowden . +Barbara Ann Herring Of Wayne County NC 1833 - Abt 1875 ........ 2 Sarah Maragaret Bowden ........ 2 Elizabeth Jane Bowden ........ 2 Polly Anne Bowden ........ 2 John Henry Bowden ........ 2 Jessie Baker Bowden 1866 - ........ 2 Benjamin Nicholas Bowden 1869 - 1933 ............ +Sarah Brock ............ 3 Willian Henry Bowden 1895 - ............ 3 Daniel Elwood Bowden 1896 - 1971 ............. +Mary Lou Davis 1899 - 1979 .................. 4 Louise Bowden .................. 4 Elwood R Bowden ................... 4 Cecil Earl Bowden .................. 4 Nora Lee Bowden ................... 4 Daniel Elwood Bowden 2 1928 - of Brogden township Wayne county NC .................. +Josephine Macalliater Norwood born In Norfolk Virginia .......................... 5 David Bryant Bowden 1956 - Born in Raleign NC ......................................... 5 Patti Lou Bowden 1958 - Born In Raleigh NC ................... 3 Ella Mae Bowden 1898 - ................... 3 Hepsey Anne Bowden 1899 - ................... 3 Sandra Winifred Bowden 1904 - ................... 3 Callie Elizabeth Bowden 1906 - ................... 3 Maggie Bowden 1990 - *3rd Wife of John Baker Bowden . +Mary Jones
Seeking information on family and ancestry of John Coor PENDER, a Sheriff of Wayne County who was murdered about 1814. I have a fair amount of information on his Coor relations which I am willing to share.
I am searching for a Sheppard family from NC and have a new lead to Wayne County. Robert Slaughter Shepard was b Dec 1766 in NC, parents unknown. His wife in 1806 was named Presha and they had a son that year named George Fletcher Shepard, who was born in Georgia. Robert moved to AL in or before 1823. Does anyone know if the Wayne Co. family has a connection?
I am searching for a Sheppard family from NC and have a new lead to Wayne County. Robert Slaughter Shepard was b Dec 1766 in NC, parents unknown. His wife in 1806 was named Presha and they had a son that year named George Fletcher Shepard, who was born in Georgia. Robert moved to AL in or before 1823. Does anyone know if the Wayne Co. family has a connection? Diane
Stephen COLLINS was born April 9, 1763 in Cumberland Co., NC, and served in the Rev. War from that county. In his pension records, he stated that he was a substitue during the first two compaigns. The first time was for John WESTBROOK of Wayne Co., NC and for the second time, a substitute for William DUNCAN of Wayne Co., NC. In past research, I have found people being subsitutes for kinsmen. Was there a family relationship between the Collins, Westbrook, and Duncan families? If so, what was that relationship? I will appreciate any leads. Arlina
Stephen COLLINS was born April 9, 1763 in Cumberland Co., NC, and served in the Rev. War from that county. In his pension records, he stated that he was a substitue during the first two campaigns. The first time was for John WESTBROOK of Wayne Co., NC and the second time a substitute for William DUNCAN of Wayne Co., NC. In past research, I have found people being subsitutes for kinsmen. Was there a family relationship between the Collins, Westbrook. and Duncan families? If so, what was that relationship? I will appreciate any leads.
Hi, I need some dates such birthdays for Isaac DICKINSON and his brother Matthew and his two sisters Charity and Martha. I have no dates at all for these 4 people. I also need marriage and death deaths for Cathrine's siblings Ephraim, Elizabeth, and Polly. If you have any more info on the DICKINSON'S, I still have lots of blanks and questions. I am also doing research on the following surnames RIPPETOE, HOOKS, ELMORE, FRISBY, and JUCKETT'S. Thank you for any info you may have.
am researching WILKINS and JORDAN in Wayne Co NC. Last week a distant cousin sent me a clipping from the News-Argus: "Closure At Last - Pilot's remains are returned from Viet Nam". The clipping did not have the date, but it must be either very late October or before Nov.5 '96. The story concerns a Navy Commander George H. Wilkins, who was from Goldsboro, NC. It details his loss over Viet-Nam, to a recent burial in Arlington National Cemetery. No immediate family members had been located. His father, not named, died (assume Wayne Co) in 1967. CDR Wilkins was 35 years old in 1966, so would have been born about 1931. The article mentions that he was "born in Angier" but his mother lived outside of Goldsboro until the late '70s. Would it be possible for you to assist me in any way in trying to identify this man?
I have info on and am looking for info on BOGUE of Wayne County. (Also have some Minshew, Gardner, Overman, Sauls, Bell, Hodges, Outland, Vick, Yelverton, as they relate to the Bogues from the Eureka area). I have PRIVETT and related names of Goldsboro.
Seeking info on family of Joseph BOYETTE of Black Creek area of Wayne (now Wilson) Co. Wife was Larkie or Larkin or Clarkie JONES, children Dunham, Edward, Addie, McRae (m. Loubertia ___), and Monticello, b 1863 (my line). Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!
wayne county families of color. i am willing to exchange information about african-american families who were free in wayne county prior to the civil war. i am a HENDERSON/ALDRIDGE/SEABERRY/ ARTIS/HAGANS. i have also done extensive research on the REID(REED), HALL, WINN(WYNN), SIMMONS, GREENFIELD, BUDD, MOZINGO and other families.
I am looking for a posible connection from a Jacob Bardin b 1705, d 1786 Wayne Co, NC to a Joseph Bardin also of Wayne Co. NC. Jacob's wife was named Sarah nee unknown.The had one son, James Bardin,and five daughters,Sarah Fulghum, Drusillah,Elizabeth Durdeno,Anne Bardin, and Alse Bardin.If you can find any connection between them and Joseph Bardin, please let me know. My e-mail address is Sassy Cuz@AOL.com. Thank you.
I am looking for any Everette's from the Wayne Co. area. My grand father's name was Arthur Everette born 09/02/1882 in Wayne Co. He had 3 brothers and 1 sister, his brother's names were Jasper Everette, Leonard and his sister's name was Georgeann. His mother's name was Winnie Whittfield and his father's name was George Everette. Not sure of thier dates of birth or even when they married. Hopefully someone out there can help me with my missing links
anyone have info about joshua and celia NEWELL? no dates for joshua, but celia was born about 1800. they lived in brogden township and had at least three daughters -- margaret "peggy" (ca. 1820), mary "polly" (ca. 1826), and lockie (or larkin) (ca. 1830). also, any info on jesse BARDIN and ann mariah BRADBERRY, who married about april 1827? lisa y. henderson, 357 glenwood ave., atlanta, ga 30312 or email@example.com
SIMMONS, Dixon bc 1793 N.C. and apparently in Wayne Co. assumed son of Jesse Simmons and Elizabeth DIXON of Edgecombe/Wayne Co. Jesse Simmons was on the 1784 tax list of Wayne Co. and received a land grant in same in 1789 where he and another Jesse Simmons appear on the 1790 census. 1800 the land grant is sold and at least by 1803 Jesse and Elizabeth are known to have resided in Edgecombe Co. where it is likewise known from other records that Dixon Simmons likewise resided from the period 1812-1814 and in 1822, 1825, and possibly as late as early 1830. First appearance on census of Dixon Simmons to be found is 1830 Wayne Co. where he appears on census with a spouse and 9 children in the HH and on a tax list of insolvents. The family left Wayne Co. circa 1835. Appreciate any correspondence or assistance with this family.
Seeking info on Daniel LUCAS of Black Creek, Wayne (now Wilson) Co, father of fourteen, including Henry 1800-1849 (my line), William b 1806, Benjamin b 1810, John b 1811, Barden b 1816, Stephen b 1818, Silas 1819-1893, and Millie m ___ Campbell. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.
I am looking for information on Ransom HOOKS (b.around mid 19th cent.), who had large fruit orchards and shipped fruit all over. He married Lou SASSER, and they had at least two children, Barnes Hooks (lived to be about 100) and Bennett Hardy Hooks (b.1890 d.1929).
I am looking for information on Bryan (Bryant?) H. HOLLAND, who ran a cooper shop and made hogsheads mid-19th century. His parents were Wayne County farmers. His brothers were Darb Holland and Frank Holland. He married Della WALLS, and they had a son named Thomas Henry Holland who married Mamie SMITH.
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