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Why does it seem most of my brick walls end up in North Carolina?

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Col. Robert Rowan - Cumberland County - my major brickwall - who are his parents 1 Reply

Started by Dan Garnitz. Last reply by Fredric Z. "Rick" Saunders Jan 17, 2013.

Looking for help with an actual original Will at the NCSA 5 Replies

Started by Stan Arney. Last reply by DAS Apr 5, 2012.

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Comment by Valerie Lisk Fusselman on April 30, 2014 at 9:22am

Deloris forgive me for the late response, I have not been online in forever, Thank you so much for the tips, I believe this Joseph to be the grandson of the Joseph I am seeking I will use you tip at familysearch. 

Comment by Mary Baschnagel - nee Smith on May 22, 2013 at 9:49am

I am researching the ELLIOTT's in Perquiman's County, NC.  My family line starts with Bennet ELLIOTT b. abt 1573, in England and progresses down to Margaret (Margrett) ELLIOTT b. 1801, Perquiman's County, NC, d. 1868, Portsmouth, Va.    Margaret was the daughter of Dempsey (Demcy) ELLIOTT b.abt 1755, Perquiman's County, NC and Rachel SMITH  b. abt. 1759, Perquiman's County, NC.  Rachel was the daughter of Samuel SMITH b. 1730 Perquiman's County and Leah JORDAN b. 1730 Perquimans County.  I don't have date/place of Rachel's death.  Any additional info on these individuals would be appreciated.  Thanks. Mary

Comment by Louise Norgaar on May 14, 2013 at 8:37pm

Another brick wall is in Stanly County...parents of Aaron N. ROGERS.  Found in the census for Stanly (as well as my 2nd great-grandfather Ruben Capers ROGERS) but am unable to fund his father's father or mother. Ruben's mother was Nancy UPCHURCH and plenty on her is available.  Thanks for any help!

Comment by Louise Norgaar on May 14, 2013 at 8:35pm

I am still trying to break thru my major LEE brick wall.  I am trying to find the parents of Rachel and Sara(h) LEE.  Rachel married John YORK in 1805 Randolph County (she was roughly 12 years old????) and Sara(h) married a Hillery SCOTT.  Their mother was named Leucreacy ____ LEE but unable to find a marriage for her (don't know her maiden name) or death/will for a husband for her.  Any help is greatly appreciated.

Comment by Fredric Z. "Rick" Saunders on February 25, 2013 at 6:41pm

Places to start to see what is available are with the NC State Archives list:

http://www.archives.ncdcr.gov/FindingAids/co_guide.pdf

and with what the FHL has microfilmed:

https://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframes...*,0,0

Most of the Bladen research I have done is much earlier than 1870-1900, so I am not offhand familiar with the records that late.

Comment by CarolinaGirl "CG" on February 25, 2013 at 6:16pm

Can anyone share their knowledge of Bladen County? Specifically, are there many records left between 1870 - 1900?  I know that there was a fire of some sort. Maybe two?  I've been told that many records were lost.  And as with  many of you, I'm at a brick wall currently.  Thanks in advance!

Comment by Deloris Williams on January 21, 2013 at 12:09pm

A good guide to the available records for Nansemond County are included on FamilySearch's website.  It also includes some records and links to records that may be online.   Check it out:

Nansemond County, VA

Comment by Skip Warren on January 21, 2013 at 8:24am

20 year researcher on the Warren family from Perquimans, Chowan, Beaufort & Craven Co.'s NC. 1680-1860+.

Comment by Sharon Attaway Brogdon on January 21, 2013 at 7:56am

The note my cousin sent didn't say which state and really didn't say county but I bet you are right it's the county in VA.

Comment by Erin Bradford (freeaainnc) on January 20, 2013 at 9:21pm

Sharon Attaway Brogdon - If you are talking about hte county of Nansemond, that is in Virginia, not North Carolina.  Those records would be located in VA.  If you are talking about the Native American tribe and town of Nansemond, that is now in Hertford County and should be located at the North Carolina State Archives, but I'm guessing you are looking for Nansemond in VA.

 

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