I am looking for more information about Leuco Thomas Davis. He was married to an Ida Parham in Wake, North Carolina, USA, on 30 Jan 1879. Members of his family also lived in Wake, North Carolina, USA. Any information would be greatly appreciated, especially pertaining to any children he may have had.
I have ancestors that were from North Carolina and would like to know more about them. I am looking for my 4th great grandfather Levi MOORE’s parents. Levi was born in North Carolina about 1803, according to the 1850 U.S. Federal Census. Levi MOORE married Rutha CALDWELL on November 19, 1827, in Haywood County, North Carolina. Levi and Rutha lived in Cherokee County, North Carolina. They had a son Harland McPherson Moore (H.M.) Moore bornApril 14, 1832, in Haywood County, North Carolina.
Would anyone know his parents’ names?
Levi MOORE was about 47 years old and his home was in Cherokee County, North Carolina, U.S according to the 1850 U.S. Federal Census. By the way these MOORE's were white. I have researched and there were blacks that have similar names.
SURNAMES: CALDWELL, MOORE
Alternative names: Levy, Ruthy, and Ruth, Harlin, Harland
am looking for information on a Major Martin, whether that be a service rank or what they called him is unknown. He was said to of come from North Carolina to Southern Indiana I believe Major Martin was from Stokes County, NCThere are six indivuals in Southern Indiana area that are possibly believed to be his children
1) Unknown Martin that married Rebecca Sours they had two children Craven Martin born in 1837 d 1916 buried Orange County, Indiana Craven married Charlotte Lapping (1843-1914)
2)John Henderson Martin born Apr 16 1809 North Carolina died Oct 14 1854 Floyd County, Indiana buried St. John's Cemetery, Floyd County, Indiana he married Susannah Sours in 1839 Floyd County, Indiana they had 4 children John H. Martin (1841-1924), Susannah Martin (1846-1866) Nancy Martin (1851-1929) Bryzilla Martin (1839-1926) all born in Indiana
3) Madison Martin born Feb 20 1817 Floyd County, Indiana died Feb 4 1876 Greenville Floyd County, Indiana buried Buttontown Cemetery, Floyd County, Indiana he married Nancy Byerly in 1839 Floyd County, Indianathey had 11 children
4)Jeptha Martin born March 5 1819 Floyd County, Indiana died July 4 1845 Floyd County, Indiana buried St. Johns Cemetery Floyd County, Indiana he married Sarah Byerly in 1840 in Floyd County, Indiana they had 3 children Nancy Martin(abt 1841-????) Philip (1843-1921), Thomas Martin abt 1845-????) all born Indiana
5)Jessie Martin born 1822 Floyd County, Indiana died Feb 4 1896 Palmyra, Indiana buried Palmyra Cemetery, Harrison County, Indiana married Romanzy Sours in 1842 in Floyd County, Indiana they had 11 children
6)Brazilla Martin born Sept 3 1805 North Carolina died Dec 26 1893 buried Wolfe Cemtery, Georgetown, Indiana she married Solomon Byerly in 1829 and they had 2 children James Byerly (1831-1903) Nancy Ann Byerly (1835-1901)
That leaves 3 possible children born in North Carolina before he comes to Indiana Brazilla Martin, John Henderson Martin, Unknown Martin, I dont know what kind of birth records if any were kept in North Carolina in the early 1800's where there could possibly be a match to these children and a father. Thanks for any help that can be provided. This has been a long mystery for many years that none of us have been able to find the answer to.
William Nicholson was born 14 Dec 1814 in North Carolina and married to Martha Toole. He died in Choctaw, Alabama 18 Oct 1887. I am also connected to his son Josephus Love Nicholson. I have found census records for him and his wife in Alabama and Mississippi, but I havn't been able to find anything on his birth place in North Carolina or is parents.
I’m looking for my birth mother Marcone Miller. My really name Deborah Margina Miller Lamb. She lived in NewBorn NC. She was dating my dad Frank Lamb who was in the navy and turns out he was married. She was 19 year old when she had me. Her dad was the superintendent of a school and because women really could be single mom’s because it was acceptable to do they fly her to her aunt’s house to go to school for a year hence CA where she gave birth to me. She chose the Nalian Family to adopt. I am looking for any information there is on her and her.
I am a descendant of the Bonners of Chowan, NC. I have enjoyed doing research on the family so much that I wrote mystery starring an amateur genealogist called PAGING THE DEAD. I'd like to find out more about the family, particularly I'd like to make the link "across the pond". There I am stymied.
looking for any ifo that goes farther back than what we currently have, any help would be appreciated. here is the link to our tree so far. http://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-187731502/for-lilly
Helping my friends mother who is ill, she would love nothing more then to get back into contact with a son she had to give up for adoption. She had her son while living in Cape Fear North Carolina, at Fort Bragg military hospital. He would be about 42 years old. It was a closed adoption.Obviously his name would have been changed with the adoption but this was his name on his birth certificate. His Mother was a waitress at a local Diner. Please contact me with any information. Thank You for your time.