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Hanging Rock near the Virginia border.  Find your ancestors on www.northcarolinapioneers.com

Hanging Rock near the Virginia border. Find your ancestors on www.northcarolinapioneers.com

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The Lifetime Project of Tracing Families #genealogy #northcarolinapioneers The Lifetime Project of Tracing FamiliesThe history books relate events which were recorded seem to be the stories of statesmen and patriots. Yet our ancestors were right there along beside George Washington Thomas Jefferson John Adams and so on churning out their own problems building homes communities and towns while protecting their freedoms and the future freedoms of those who would live after them. Every…

The Lifetime Project of Tracing Families #genealogy #northcarolinapioneers The Lifetime Project of Tracing FamiliesThe history books relate events which were recorded seem to be the stories of statesmen and patriots. Yet our ancestors were right there along beside George Washington Thomas Jefferson John Adams and so on churning out their own problems building homes communities and towns while protecting their freedoms and the future freedoms of those who would live after them. Every…

Northampton Co. NC Wills & Estates "Indian Troubles" #history #genealogy #northcarolinapioneers Indian TroublesDuring 1679 Lewis Williams owned a plantation on the Meherrin River at Lawnes Creek Parish. In 1707 the estate of Lewis Williams involving the home had Indian problems which made it impossible for his family to inhabit the plantation. Three years later boundary disputes were mentioned concerning the plantation of his son William Williams. A 1701 deed in Isle of Wight County Virginia…

Northampton Co. NC Wills & Estates "Indian Troubles" #history #genealogy #northcarolinapioneers Indian TroublesDuring 1679 Lewis Williams owned a plantation on the Meherrin River at Lawnes Creek Parish. In 1707 the estate of Lewis Williams involving the home had Indian problems which made it impossible for his family to inhabit the plantation. Three years later boundary disputes were mentioned concerning the plantation of his son William Williams. A 1701 deed in Isle of Wight County Virginia…

Davidson Co. NC Genealogy #northcarolinapioneers   Davidson County Genealogy Records  The current North Carolina county of Davidson was formed in 1822 from Rowan County. It was named after Brigadier General William Lee Davidson an American Revolutionary War general killed at the Battle of Cowan's Ford on the Catawba River in 1781. Note: The original Davidson County was created in 1786 and was located in the far western portion of North Carolina. The county seat was Nashville and included a…

Davidson Co. NC Genealogy #northcarolinapioneers Davidson County Genealogy Records The current North Carolina county of Davidson was formed in 1822 from Rowan County. It was named after Brigadier General William Lee Davidson an American Revolutionary War general killed at the Battle of Cowan's Ford on the Catawba River in 1781. Note: The original Davidson County was created in 1786 and was located in the far western portion of North Carolina. The county seat was Nashville and included a…

Images of Macon Co. NC Wills and Estates #genealogy #northcarolinapioneers   Macon County Genealogy Wills Estates  Macon County lies in the Southern Appalachians in the western corner of North Carolina. It was part of the Cherokee Nation until 1819 when the Cherokees signed the Treaty of Washington ceding their lands as far west as the Nantahala ridge. The Treaty with the Cherokee indians was ignored and they were disowned of their lands. As a result in 1828 the county was part of Haywood…

Images of Macon Co. NC Wills and Estates #genealogy #northcarolinapioneers Macon County Genealogy Wills Estates Macon County lies in the Southern Appalachians in the western corner of North Carolina. It was part of the Cherokee Nation until 1819 when the Cherokees signed the Treaty of Washington ceding their lands as far west as the Nantahala ridge. The Treaty with the Cherokee indians was ignored and they were disowned of their lands. As a result in 1828 the county was part of Haywood…

The Jamestown Weed #history #genealogy #northcarolinapioneers The Jamestown WeedAccording to John Lawson who traveled North Carolina in 1711 there is a weed called "James-Town-Weed". The seed was described as being similar to that of an onion and was declared as an excellent cure for burns and inflammations. However taken inwardly brought on a sort of drunken Madness. Lawson said that one of the Marsh-Weeds like a Dock had the same affect. The Red-Root whose Leaf is like Spear-Mint is good…

The Jamestown Weed #history #genealogy #northcarolinapioneers The Jamestown WeedAccording to John Lawson who traveled North Carolina in 1711 there is a weed called "James-Town-Weed". The seed was described as being similar to that of an onion and was declared as an excellent cure for burns and inflammations. However taken inwardly brought on a sort of drunken Madness. Lawson said that one of the Marsh-Weeds like a Dock had the same affect. The Red-Root whose Leaf is like Spear-Mint is good…

Parker's Ferry in Hertford Co. NC.  Find your genealogy and ancestors on www.northcarolinapioneers.com

Parker's Ferry in Hertford Co. NC. Find your genealogy and ancestors on www.northcarolinapioneers.com

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