A LIST OF THE WOUNDED, CAPTURED, OR KILLED
AT FORT FISHER
Jernigan, Elijah W. Private C
2nd O. D 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jernigan, Isaac Private C
2nd O. D 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jernigan, Levi S. Private C
2nd O. D 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jessup, James Private Co. H 36" Reg. N.C.T.' Wounded & Captured
Jessup, Jasper N. Corporal 2nd O. K 40" Reg. N.C.T.
C Wounded & Captured
Jessup, Thomas A. Private C
2nd O. I 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jewitt, J. Private Co. K 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Johnson, Amos Private 3rdCO. B 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Johnson, Amos N. Private 2nd O. K 40" Reg. N.C.T.
Johnson, Daniel T. Private 2nd O. G 36" Reg. N.C.T.
Johnson, James Private C
2nd O. C 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
* Johnson, James F. Private Co. C 3rdBat. N.C.L. Art. Killed
Johnson, James Henry Corporal Co. F 10" Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
Johnson, John Private Co. F 10" Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
Johnson, John A. Private 2ndCO. C 36" Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
Johnson, Lany Private Co. F 10" Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
Johnson, Levi E. Sergeant Co. F 10" Reg. N.C.S.T. Wounded & Captured
Johnson, Matthew Private Co. F 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Johnson, Nathan Thomas Private Co. F 10" Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
Johnson, Nicholson F. Private 2nd O. K 40" Reg. N.C.T.
Johnson, Richard M. Private C
2nd O. C 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Johnson, Richard M. Private 2nd O. K 40" Reg. N.C.T.
Johnson, Robert A. Private Co. D lStBat. N.C.H. Art. Wounded & Captured
Johnson, William F. Private Co. E 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Johnston, Beazar B. Private Co. D 13" Bat. N.C.L. Art. Captured
Johnston, John M. Private Co. H 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jones, Daniel S. Private Co. K 10" Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
Jones, David Britton Private Co. D 40" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jones, Franklin Private Co. D 40" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jones, Jacob Private C
2nd O. A 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jones, James A. Private Co. D 40" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jones, James E. Private Co. D 40" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
CLARENDON COURIER FALL 1998 50
OLD NEW HANOVER GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
P.O. BOX 2536
Wilmington, NC 28402-2536
Donald Pierce Blake, President
Constance Henley Knox, Vice-president
Cecelia Corbett, Treasurer
Doris Waff, Secretary
Gerald McKenzie, Member-at-Large
Jane Bailey Bailey, Past President
Beverly Tetterton, Clarendon Courier Editor
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principles of accuracy and thoroughness in on the second Tuesday of the month, September
research; to champion ethical standards and to through May. Unless otherwise notified, W
discourage and oppose incompetent and meetings are held in the large meeting room of
disreputable practices of researchers; to foster the New Hanover County Public Library, 201
careful publications, to encourage, and provide Chestnut Street, Wilmington, NC. The computer
scholarly training for all interested in these interest group meets at 6:00 pm in the Library's
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submit surnames of the families that they are members. They should be typed or legibly printed
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discount on all publications and free queries ingeographical connection to Southeastern, North
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[This series (which began in the Fall 1996 Courier) lists soldiers who were wounded, captured, or killed at
the Battle of Fort Fisher. The wounded and captured were sent to Elmira Prison in New York or Point
Lookout Prison in Maryland. The following abbreviations are used: Reg. for Regiment; Bat. for Battalion;
N.C.T. for North Carolina Troops; N.C.S.T. for North Carolina State Troops; N.C.H. Art. For North
Carolina Heavy Artillery; N.C.L. Art. For North Carolina Light Artillery; and * indicates that the soldier
was killed in action. The 10" Regiment included the 1" NC Artillery; the 36" NC Regiment included the 2nd
NC Artillery; and the 40" Regiment included the 3"' NC Artillery.]
Jones, John E. Private Co. D 40"' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
* Jones, Levy W. Private 2ndCO. I 36" Reg. N.C.T. Killed
Jones, P. D. Private Co. D 40' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jones, Robert D. Private Co. D 40" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jones, Thomas Private Co. D 40' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jones, Thomas J. Private 2ndCO. D 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jones, William H. Private Co. D 40' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Jordan, Kenion Private Co. F 10" Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
Jordan, Wilson Private Co. C 3rdBat. N.C.L. Art. Captured
Joyner, Edward Noah Private Co. D 3rdBat. N.C. L. Art. Wounded & Captured
Joyner, James H. Private 3rdCO. G 36' Reg. N.C.T. Wounded & Captured
Joyner, Samuel Sergeant Co. E 36fiReg. N.C.T. Captured
Judge, John J. Sergeant Co. F 36"' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
L Judkins, William G. Sergeant Co. D 13" Bat. N.C.L. Art. Captured
Justice, Benjamin H. Musician 3rdCO. G 36mReg. N.C.T. Captured
Keith, Duncan Private Co. F 10"' Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
Kelly, Colin M. Sergeant 3rdCO. B 36' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Kelly, Daniel C. Corporal 3"' Co. B 36&Reg. N.C.T. Wounded & Captured
Kelly, John Neill 1" Lieutenant 3'd CO. B 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Kelly, William A. Private 3"' Co. B 36"' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Kemp, William J. Sergeant Co. H 36' Reg. N.C.T. Wounded & Captured
Kennedy, James D. Private Co. D 1" Bat. N.C.H. Art. Wounded & Captured
Kennedy, Levi B. Private Co. K 10" Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
Kennedy, William J. Private 2ndCO. C 36'Reg. N.C.T. Captured
King, Athedon D. Private Co. F 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
King, B.S. Private Co. F 10'Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
King, George Private 2ndCO. K 40" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
King, James Private 3"' Co. G 36" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
King, John C. Private Co. F 36' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
King, John W. Private Co. F 36"' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Kinlaw, An erson W.
2ndCO. K 40"' Reg. N.C.T.
2"dCO. K 40"' Reg. N.C.T.
Wounded & Captured
Kinlaw, James T. Private C
2nd O. K 40" Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Kinlaw, Neill Private 2ndCO. K 40"' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
* Kinzel, J. Francis Private 2ndCO. D 36' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
CLARENDON COURIER FALL 1998 52
Kirby, Dixon Private Co. K 10'Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
Kitchen, J. H. Private Co. F 36h Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Knight, John Private Co. C 3rdBat. N.C.L. Art. Captured
Kornegay, C. Private 3rdCO. G 40' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Kornegay, Dixon W. Private 3rdCO. G 40' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Kornegay, Joseph E. Private 3rdC O. G 40' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Kornegay, Leonidas Private 3rdCO. G 40' Reg. N.C.T. Wounded & Captured
Kornegay, Marshall Private C
2nd O. A 36' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Kornegay, Wesley Corporal 3rdC O. G 40' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Lamb, James Private Co. F 10' Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
Lamb, William Colonel 36' Reg. N.C.T. Wounded & Captured
Lamberson, Eli Private Co. H 36' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Lancaster, L.L. Private Co. K 36' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Lane, Robert J. Private Co. F 36' Reg. N.C.T. Wounded & Captured
Lardingood, W.A. Private 2ndC O. A 36h Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Lassiter, John Private Co. C 3rdBat. N.C.L. Art. Captured
Lassiter, Leroy Private Co. C 3rdBat. N.C.L. Art. Captured
Lassiter, Richard Private Co. C 3rdBat. N.C.L. Art. Captured
Latham, Charles H. 1" Lieutenant Co. D 13' Bat N.C.L. Art. Captured
Latham, J. Private C
2nd O. A 36' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
* Latham, James W.T. Sergeant Co. D 13' Bat. N.C.L. Art. Killed
Latham, W. W. Private ~
Co. D 1 3 ' Bat. N.C.L. Art. Captured
Lawhon, James Private 2ndCO. A 36' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Lawrence, James M. Private Co. F 36' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Lawson, William Private Co. K 10'Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
Leach, Hugh Private Co. K 10' Reg. N.C.S.T. Captured
Leady, Charles C. Private Co. D 40' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Leary, Lemuel Private Co. F 36' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
Ledondew, Thomas D. Private Co. D 40' Reg. N.C.T. Captured
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Marriage and Death Notices from the Wilmington, North
Carolina Tri-Weekly Commercial
[This series of marriage and death notices submitted by Helen
Moore Sammons is continued from the Summer 1998 Courier.
These are dated in the 1850's and can be viewed on microfilm
in the Local History Room at New Hanover County Public
Tues 2 Dec 1856- Died: At the residence of his father
in Mecklenburg County, Virginia on the 24th of November, Wm.
T. HENDRICK, in his 24th year.
Thur 12 July 1855- Died: At Long Creek at the residence
of her husband, Charles D. HENRY, on the 19th June, ult.,
Mrs. Mary Jane HENRY, in the 38th year of her age. She had
been an invalid for twelve years.
Tues 8 May 1855- Married: In this county on the 11th
ult., by Rev. Colin Shaw, Mr. Wm. B. HENRY to Miss Elizabeth,
daughter of H. T. COSTIN, Esq., all of this county.
Sat 29 Sept 1855- Married: In this county on the 19th
inst., by James A. Moore, Esq., at the residence of Mrs.
Register, Mr. David HERRING to Miss Margaret A. WILSON, all
of this county.
Tues 11 April 1854- Died: In Duplin county on the 6th
inst., Mrs. Julia K., wife of Dr. N. W. HERRING and eldest
daughter of Jeremiah PEARSALL, in the 30th year of her age,
leaving her husband and four small children.
Thur 12 Aug 1852- Married: On Tuesday, 5th inst., by
Rev. A. Paul Repiton, Mr. Henry Clay HEWLETT to Miss
Henrietta HUHN, all of this county.
Tues 18 July 1854- Died: On Masonboro Sound on the
12th inst., Martha Jane, daughter of John and Eliza HEWLETT,
aged about 13 years.
Thur 11 Sept 1856- Died: In this town on Tuesday, 9th
inst., Serena Ann, infant daughter of H. C. and Henrietta
HEWLETT, aged 3 months and 3 days.
Sat 13 Sept 1851- Died: On Thursday, llth inst., Walter
Jones, youngest son of A.V.W. and Jane W. HEWLETT, aged 3
years, 2 months, and 9 days.
Thur 7 Feb 1856- Married: In this place on Monday, 4th
inst., by Rev. M. B. Grier, Mr. E. R. HICKMAN to Miss Rowena
RALSTON, all of Independence, Mo.
Sat 22 Nov 1851- Married: In this town yesterday, by
Rev. Dr. R. B. Drane, Col. C. D. HILL, of Duplin, to Miss
Emily C., daughter of the late H. B. HOWARD of this town.
Tues 28 Oct 1851- Married: In Bertie county on the 23d
inst., by Rev. J. Blunt Cheshire, Dr. John HILL, of
Wilmington, to Miss Wilie J. RUFFIN, of Bertie county.
CLARENDON COURIER FALL 1998 55
Thur 4 Sept 1856- Died: At Farmville, Va. on the 20th
ult., Mr. John S. HILL, in the 20th year of his age, youngest
son of General William L. HILL, of Duplin county, N. C.
Thur 6 Feb 1851- Married: On the 15th inst., at St.
Bartholomew Church, Pittsboro, N. C., by Rev. Dr. Wheat,
Major N. M. HILL, of New Hanover county, to Miss Kate,
youngest daughter of Hon. John D. TOOMER.
Sat 7 Nov 1857- Died: In Raleigh on 29th October, 1857,
William HILL, Secretary of State. He was born in Surry (now
Stokes) county, N. C. on 23d September, 1773, being eighty-
four years, one month, and six days old. He had held the
office of Secretary of State for 46 years.
Thur 10 May 1855- Died: At Oakland, Duplin county, on
the 3d inst., at the residence of his father, William Lanier,
infant son of Col. C. D. HILL, aged 9 months.
Sat 15 Nov 1851- Died: In Raleigh on Monday last, Hon.
Richard HINES, about 69 years of age, a native of Edgecombe
county. He represented in the 19th Congress the District of
which Edgecombe then comprised a part. For many years he was
Chairman of the Whig Central Committee of the State.
Sat 29 Mar 1856- Married: In New Hanover county on the
26th inst., by Rev. E. H. Ranney, Mr. William J. HINTON, of
Chatham county, to Miss Susannah, daughter of William D.
WORTHAM, Esq., of New Hanover.
b Tues 29 Sept 1857- Died: In this town on the 27th
inst., Mrs. Ann HOARD, consort of the late Seth HOARD, aged
76 years. Burial in Oakdale Cemetery.
Sat 26 Jan 1850- Notice: V. R. PEIRSON qualified at the
last term of New Hanover county Court of Pleas & Quarter
Sessions as executor of the last Will and Testament of Seth
Sat 19 May 1855- Married: In Duplin county, April
19th, by Rev. George Wallace, Mr. Abraham HOBBS, of Sampson
county, to Mrs. Mary Ann Rebecca DOWNES, formerly of Boston,
Sat 15 July 1854- Died: At the residence of her
husband in Sampson county, N. C., on the 22d March, 1854,
Mrs. Sarah HOBBS, wife of Abraham HOBBS, aged about 54 years.
She was a member of the Baptist Church and leaves a husband
and several children.
Sat 22 Mar 1851- Died: In Freeport, Maine, on 14th of
the present month (March), Mrs. Lydia HOLBROOK, in the 90th
year of her age, mother of the Editor and Proprietor of the
Thur 29 Mar 1855- Died: In Freeport, Maine, on the 21st
inst., Mrs. Mary HOLBROOK, in the 62d year of her age.
Sat 2 Oct 1852- Died: In Milton, Caswell county, on the
19th ult., Thomas W. HOLDEN, father of the Editor of the
CLARENDON COURIER FALL 1998 56
Sat 26 June 1852- Died: In this city on Sunday, 20th
June, 1852, Ann Augusta, wife of William W. HOLDEN, in the
34th year of her age. She leaves a husband and four small
children. (Raleigh Standard)
Tues 24 Feb 1857- Died: In this town on Friday, 20th
inst., Mrs. Elizabeth A., wife of Mr. William HOLDEN, aged 47
years, leaving a husband and six children.
Tues 14 Aug 1855- Died: At Smithville on the 11th
inst., at the residence of Major. John Walker, John Wright
HOLMES, aged 22 years and 3 months. Funeral at 4 o'clock,
P.M. 13th inst., from the residence of Mr. James S. Green to
Thur 31 Aug 1854- Died: At the residence of Robert W.
Palmer in Chatham county on the 22nd inst., Dr. Lewis L.
HOLMES, a native of Washington, N. C., but for the last five
years a resident of Chatham county, aged 28 years.
Thur 29 Oct 1857- Died: In the vicinity of Fayetteville
on Thursday, 22d inst., Miss Mary HOLMES, aged 62 years. She
was a member of the Presbyterian church for many years.
Tues 20 Mar 1855- Married: On Topsail Sound on
Saturday, 17th March, by W. N. Peden, Esq., Mr. Owen HOLMES
to Mrs. Mary M. ST. GEORGE.
Tues 1 June 1852- Married: In this town on the 26th
May, by Rev. A. Paul Repiton, Mr. Purley HOLMES to Miss Sarah
Sat 28 May 1853- Died: Departed this life on the 2d
inst., Sallie Lovic, wife of Owen HOLMES, Esq.! aged 34 yrs.
Thur 29 Oct 1857- Died: In Middleton, Miss. on the 4th
inst., Mrs. Catherine HOLT, relict of Anthony L. HOLT, aged
about 65 yrs. She was a native of New Hanover county, North
Carolina, where she leaves a large number of friends and
Sat 8 Oct 1853- Died: By a letter from his son,
Johnson J. HOOPER, we learn that A. M. HOOPER, Esq., died at
Crawford, Russell county, Alabama, on the 25th ult. He was
born on 7th December, 1775 at or near Wilmington, N. C. He
was one of the best writers in our state, having written the
biographies of Gen. Howe and Gen. Ashe.
Sat 5 Aug 1854- Died: In Russell county, Alabama, on
the 28th ult., Mrs. Charlotte HOOPER, relict of the late
Archibald M. HOOPER, Esq., aged 68 years.
Sat 10 Apr 1852- Married: At South Boston, Mass. on the
30th ult., by Rev. J. W. Alvord, George HOOPER, Esq., of the
firm of Chadbourn & Hooper, of this town, to Miss Sarah Jane
Thur 12 Mar 1857- Died: In this town on the 7th inst.,
of consumption, Mr. William L. HOOPER, son of Mr. William G.
and Matilda A. HOOPER, late of New York City, aged twenty-two
CLARENDON COURIER FALL 1998 57
Sat 22 Oct 1853- Died: At Ridgeway on Monday, October
loth, Mary Louisa, youngest child of J. DeBernier and M.
HOOPER, aged two years and nearly three months.
Thur 20 Dec 1855- Married: In this county on the 13th
inst., by Isaac M. Alderman, Esq., Mr. George HORRELL, of New
Hanover county, to Miss Martha E., daughter of J. B.
Sat 17 May 1856- Died: Greensboro. May 15th- On last
Saturday, David B. HOUSTON accidentally fell into the fly
wheel of a Steam saw mill, some three miles east of town, and
was instantly crushed to death. His parents, upwards of
eighty years old, are still living.
Sat 13 Sept 1856- Died: At Kenansville on the 8th
inst., Mrs. Elizabeth A. HOUSTON, aged 54 years, relict of
the late Samuel HOUSTON, of Duplin county.
Thur 10 Mar 1853- Married: In Tarboro on 25th February,
1853 by John S. Dancy, Signor Don Alonzo Edgar HOWARD,
cosmopolite and itinerant juggler, to Miss Sarah Susan
Elizabeth Panza MILLS, daughter of Col. Everett MILLS. They
were married after one hour's acquaintance.
Thur 12 June 1851- Died: The following anouncement is
made to the New York papers of Saturday last: Six deaths
from yellow fever occurred on board the barque Larrabee,
which arrived today from Rio Janeiro. One of the deceased is
%b Mr. H. B. HOWARD, of Wilmington, N. C.
Sat 19 Nov 1853- Died: In this town on the 15th inst.,
Sarah R., infant daughter of Capt. W. C. and Susan P. HOWARD,
aged one month and twenty-seven days.
Tues 3 Feb 1857- Died: Recently, Selena HOWELL, aged
13 years, of Jefferson, N. C., daughter of Amos HOWELL,
committed suicide by hanging herself in the barn.
Tues 31 Aug 1852- Died: In this town on the 25th inst.,
Olivia, infant daughter of Thomas J. and Martha HUDSON, aged
nine months and six days.
Thur 6 Mar 1856- Married: In this town on Sunday last,
2d inst., by Rev. A. Paul Repiton, Mr. John H. HUFF to Mrs.
Sat 18 Jan 1851- Died: On Sunday, 12th inst., Charles
Betts, only son of the late Rev. Theophilus HUGGINS, aged
Sat 29 Sept1855- Died: In Onslow county, N. C. on
Friday, 21st inst., Mrs. Cynthia HUGGINS, wife of Owen
HUGGINS, aged about twenty years.
Tues 11 May 1852- Died: At her residence in Onslow
county on the 3d inst., Mary Moses, consort of Owen HUGGINS,
aged 33 years.
Thur 21 Aug 1856- Died: At her residence, in the 19th
year of her age, Mrs. Virginia C., wife of W. F. HUGGINS,
Esq., and daughter of the late W. S. HUMPHREY, of Onslow.
& (To be Continued)
CLARENDON COURIER FALL 1998 59
The following was taken from a Dear Abby column dated September 23, 1998. It concerns the
sole use of computer disk storage for your genealogical records and was taken from the Archives
& Archivists LISTSERV. [Submitted by the editor].
Don't Trust Disks for Family Documents
There is a genuine tragedy awaiting "Wondering Mom" and anyone else who thinks that
storing precious family information on a computer disk is the perfect high-tech solution to the
problem of combining preservation and privacy.
By the time her 2 %-year-old daughter is old enough to care about her grandfather's
autobiography, no one outside a couple of computer museums will be able to retrieve it from the
disk - if she's incredibly lucky. I've been using computers for 20 years, and I have multiple
generations of disks gathering dust now that, for all practical purposes, are unreadable. The
hardware changes. The software changes. Beware!
If "Wondering Mom" wants to save that document, she should print it out now, giving
thought to the printer and print cartridge, on 100 percent cotton or linen rag buffered paper with a
neutral pH, and store it in a nondestructive archival folder in a dark, safe place, like a safety
deposit vault. Abby, you should have told her to use the silly disk for a coaster (after printing the
file). That way it would be good for something.
Dennis Grafflin, Professor of History, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine
Dear Professor Grafflin:
Thank you for offering your computer expertise, and warning my readers not to blindly
expect technology to solve their archival problems. In many instances, paper is still the way to go.
Share Your Libraries With Fellow ONHGS Members
Dear ONHGS Members,
We are trying to amass a list of genealogical holdings held by the membership. In a casual
survey by the Computer Special Interest group it was determined that a vast amount of source
and research information is held by individuals that could possibly be made available for research
if one knew where to find such material.
So, in addition to our "Interested Surname" list, we will compile a list of genealogical
materials held by our membership and ultimately publish this list for our membership. Such
materials held by our members would include: genealogical books, compact disks, journals
subscribed to, family histories, genealogies, limited editions of published data, large compilations,
and so on. The member submitting could list (or not list) the materials of their choice thus
maintaining personal control over privacy and access. The member may also state any restrictions
related to all or specific items listed.
The input sheet on the following page, accompanied by a sample input, will be used to
submit the data for compilation (make extra copies of the input sheet if your entries are expected
& to exceed thirteen). Any restrictions may be noted in the right hand margin.
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Author: Ransom Family Assoc. Title: Ransom Genealogy ~ubject:?he descendants of Samuel Ransom (1737) and
Format: Loose Leaf Notebook Esther Laurence (1 739) of Ipmich, England
Author: Gerald W. McKenzie Tiie:yhe Genealogy and Family History of William
.......................................................................................................... ~ubject:?he decendancy and ancestry of William
Format: Book, 330 pgs Alexandre McKenzie of Riviere du Loup, 1995 blexandre McKenzie, author's great grandfather.
Author:Alexander MacKenzie Title: History of the MacKenzies with Genealogies of Subject: Extensive genealogies of most of the MacKenzie
Format: Book, 648 pgs the Principal Families, 1894 edition families from the 15th to late 19th centuries.
CLARENDON COURIER FALL 1998 62
News From the New Hanover Public Library
The Courier editor (who lives another life as the Local History and Genealogy Librarian)
apologizes for the lateness of this quarterly. As mentioned in the last Courier I have been busy
with the publication of Bill Reaves' massive work, "Strength Through Struggle "-- The
Chronological and Historical Record of the African-American Communi~ Wilmington, North
Carolina, 1865-1950. The book was presented on September 19, when the library hosted a dinner
celebration at Thalian Hall Ballroom. Bill, the guest of honor, made a grand appearance despite
his hospitalization (the doctor gave him a pass to attend the event) and about 200 friends and
history lovers had a grand time. The book (600 pages with 264 photographs) has had a warm
reception in the community. It chronicles the social life, churches, schools, community affairs,
political affairs, military affairs and businesses of the local citizenry, as well as 100 pages of
biographical sketches of local citizens. The family historian in Bill insisted on including the many
lists of names contained in the book which help the genealogist learn more about his family and
their participation in local events. When asked why he became so interested in African-American
history and genealogy, Bill replied, "I'm interested in everyone's history!" The remarkable number
of family files that he has contributed to the library's local history room are testament to his
passion. The genealogical community cannot thank him enough for his life's work which he shares
with anyone who asks. He is home from the hospital and feeling good enough to continue to add
to his family files.
"Strength Through Struggle " can be purchased at any library branch for $20.00 and
through the mail for $30.00. The price includes tax, shipping and handling.
New From the Files of Bill Reaves
The following family files have been added to the Bill Reaves Collection: Calder;
Campbell; Charles; Crumpler; Dozier; Erambert; Hankins; Hinton; Josenhaus; Johnson (parts 1
through 6); Kershaw; McLendon; O'Shields; Stedman; and Stone.
African-American family files include: Atkinson; Arnold; Allen; Alston; Anderson;
Armstrong; Andrews; Avant; Artis; Austin; Albritton; Ashe; and Atkins.
If you want a copy of one of these files send a request with a self-addressed-stamped
envelope to North Carolina Room, New Hanover County Public Library, 201 Chestnut Street,
Wilmington, NC 28401. The library staff will inform you of the number of pages and the cost of
sending the file (15 cents per page plus postage). You can also call us at (910) 341-4394 or
contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org~ or email@example.com.
ONHGS Welcomes New Members
Wanda G. Kye & Family - Wilmington, NC Louise E. Tucker - Charlotte, NC
James F. Eacho - Rockville, MD Cynthia D. Gersony - NY, NY
Charles Michael Formy-Duval Family - Lake Waccamaw, NC
CLARENDON COURIER FALL 1998 63
New Books Confederate ancestor(s). There is also an
alphabetical cross index listing of
Anders, Andres, Andress, Andrews, Confederate soldiers, his company and
Anderson Family of Southeastern North regiment, as well as the name(s) of UDC
Carolina, was recently published by William members who joined the organization
E. Oakley. John Anders settled in through the soldiers service record.
southeastern North Carolina in the early The hard bound book is 626 pages in
1700s and his descendants have lived in ten length. Copies may be purchased for $40.00
southeastern counties with one branch (add $4.00 shipping & handling). Make
moving to Alabama. The book is 540 pages checks payable to NC Division Treasurer and
in length and includes over 1300 descendants mail to Mrs. C. Knox Council, 314 Country
of John Anders and over 2000 Anders' Club Drive, Jacksonville, NC 28546.
spouses and children of females whose
maiden name is Anders. Each family is listed Cape May, NJ Connections
chronologically and on separate pages with
all references annotated and expanded upon Many families leR Cape May New
as necessary. Jersey in the 1700s and settled in
It took Mr. Oakley more than 15 southeastern North Carolina. If you are
years to complete his findings. Paper back looking for the following families you may
editions can be purchased for $35.00 or a want to search the early NJ records:
b hard bound edition for $60.00 (prices include Ebenezer Swain (before 1729); Jonathan
postage and handling). To place an order call Swain (before 1729); Hope Willetts (before
910-762-7983 or by mail at 514 Wayne 1748); Joseph Hewett (1755); Henry
Drive, Wilmington, NC 28403 or e-mail Leonard (1755); Benjamin Holden (1755);
OAKLEYW@AOL.COM. Bill can also be Ludlam Family (1755); Hand Family
found most days at the public library (1755); Townsend Family (1755); James
researching his new book. Jacocks (before 1732); Eldredge family
ONHGS member Mrs. C. Knox The above information was provided
Council has recently completed and had by Carl Swain, P.O. Box 547, Claxton, GA
published for the NC Division United 304 17-0547, Mr. Swain has also generously
Daughters of the Confederacy, a book given the public library two books relating to
entitled North Carolina Roster, I89 7- 1997, records of Cape MayILower Cape Fear
United Daughters of the Confederacy and families: Colonial Families of Cape May,
their Confederate Ancestors of the War New Jersey and Documents Relating to the
Between the States. The book covers 100 Colonial History of the State of New Jersey,
years of history which has been compiled Vol. XXII.
from members application papers from every Exchange Rates
UDC chapter since being organized in 1897.
If you need to transfer you US dollars to
There are approximately 60,000 names in overseas currency for research,
this book with an alphabetical listing of all subscriptions, etc., you can call Ruesch
L members of the UDC from 1897 through ~nternational- 1-800-424-2923. For a small
1997 along with her chapter number and her fee they will perform the exchange.
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ONHGS PROGRAMS 5-98. Seek origins and extended family data on
CORBETT brothers George B., born ca. 1790, and
James, born ca. 1793. George wed Sophie SUTTON
November 10, 1998-- Kevin Cherry, local in Bladen Co., NC; served in the War of 1812. James
history and genealogy librarian at the Rowan resided in New Hanover Co., NC. The brothers
County Public Library will speak on migrated ca. 1832 to Stewart and Lowndes Cos., GA.
German migration into North Carolina. Charles R. CORBETT, 2811 Elizabeth Ct.,
Kevin's library has one of the best Tallahassee, FL 32303; tel. (850) 562-8051; e-mail:
collections of German related materials in
the state. 6-98. Seek origins and extended families of George
MYERS, from Hudson, NY, to W i h g t o n , NC, ca.
December-- The ONHGS Board has decided 1840, with wife Rebecca Jane McGEE (from NJ?).
to cancel the normal Christmas Party due to Son of Cornelius MYERS and Emma (CAPP, who
wed 1815 in Hartford, CT?) Georges's brothers
low attendance during the past two years and Cornelius and Charles Dominick also to Wilmington;
the overwhelming number of commitments Charles wed into the DeRosset family. Gertrude B.
that most of us have. MYERS HOPKINS, 763 Burg Westra Way,
January 12,1999-- Harlan Greene of the
7-98. Seek origins and extended family of Hezekiah
Charleston Public Library will speak on DOANE, born 1712, Truro, MA, and wife Thankful,
Charleston, South Carolina records and daughter of Jeremiah and Hannah (YOUNG)
research institutions. BICKFORD, who wed 1731 in MA; to New Hanover
Co., NC, by 1752, where Hezekiah bought Duplin
February 9, 1999-- Judy Ward will give a Co. Land from Robert KNOWLES (a cousin?).
Lynne C. KEASLING, 870 Yankee Way S.W.,
slide presentation on the Daughters of the Corydon, IN 47112-5317; e-mail:
American Revolution and their lovely firstname.lastname@example.org.
headquarters in Washington, D.C.
8-98. Seek whereabouts, current owner of CROOM
March, April and May will be announced family Bible, in October 1972 in possession of
Nathan P. Xanthos andlhis mother Anne Jane
later. Mark your calendars, the ONHGS CROOM XANTHOS TUTTLE, at 1903 Market
always meets on the second Tuesday of each Street., Wilmington, NC 28401. She may have died
month at 7:00 pm in the New Hanover in February 1977. John H. Croom, III,13
Public Library large meeting room. The Windwalk Lane, Savannah, GA 31411-2222; e-
Computer Interest Group always meets one mail: email@example.com.
hour before the general meeting in the small 9-98. Were C.S.A. Pvt. Andrew J. McINTYRE, 38th
meeting room. N.C.T., and Capt. Andrew McINTYRE, physician,
4th N.C. Calvary, descendants of Andrew
Queries McINTYRE, Kenansville, NC, merchant, and wife
Sara Julia (JAMES), of 1830s New Hanover Co, NC,
4-98. Seek origins, siblings, and 1st wife of Lewis who went to Holmes Co., MS? J.A.L. Miller, Jr.,
ATWELL, born ca. 1805 in NC (1 830 in New 2810-K Carriage Dr., Winston-Salem, NC 27106-
Hanover Co.; 1840 in Early Co., GA), died 1860 5328.
Henry Co., AL; wed 2nd Mary Jane VANN 1838 in
Terrell Co., GA. Emma PARKER, 2713 Hargrove
Dr., Ocean Springs, MS 39564.
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NEW HANOVER COUNTY DEED BOOK "D"
[Many of New Hanover County's earliest records were destroyed by courthouse fires. What was left of
the county's first two deed books, A and B, was combined to form book AB. This book was abstracted
many years ago by Mae Blake Graves. Deed Book C was published in the Courier from 1993 to 1996.
This series of abstracts from Deed Book D began in the Summer 1997 issue of the Courier. New
Hanover County was formed in 1729 from Craven County. Bladen and Onslow counties were formed
fiom New Hanover in 1734, Duplin County in 1750, Brunswick County in 1764, part of New Hanover
was annexed to Sampson County in 1795, and Pender County, last but not least, broke away from New
Hanover in 1875. The following abstract of Deed Book D, which covers many early records from the
above counties, was compiled by Ida Brooks Kellam in 1939 and 1940.1
Page 132. 1754. Will of Thomas Moore, late Maultsby's Point, for discharging my debts.
of New York, now in Wilmington. Exectr. (3) to wife Mary Paris Moore % of all my
Cosmos Farguharsen, Doctor of Phisics- "to estate, she to have use of my plantation Orton.
remit moneys to New York to be disposed of (4) rest of estate real and personal to son
there as my former will in the hands of Mr. Roger Moore. Exrs: wife and her father, John
Assop and Caugle there directs. Wit: Caleb Davis, Senr., George Moore, Esqr. Wit:
Mason, Syrnon Payne, Richard Hartley. Armand DeRosett, M.D., Thomas Bell, John
Page 133. Nob. 1, 1754. Richard Eagles,
Gent. Of New Hanover Co. To William Page 135. Sept. 1, 1746. Armand DeRossett
McKenzie of Wilmington, merchant, because of Wilmington, Doctor of Physick to Lewis J.
of moving, lot no. 17. Wit: Cosmos DeRosset, 300 acres at back of Mr. Thomas
Farguharson, John McKenzie. Jones' land. Wit: M. DeRossett, Moses John
Page 133. May 5, 1755. George MacKenzie
of Coves in the Isle of Withe, merchant, to Page 136. "Archibald Douglass, Capt. in the
Isaac Greene and Elizabeth his wife, a lot on Honorable the Earl of Homes Regiment of
north side of Market Street. Foot" now quartered at Belfast Ireland,
because of moving, appoints Honorable James
Page 134. May 8, 1755. Ann Wright, widow Innes, James Murray and John Sampson of
of John Wright, decsd. to John MacKenzie Cape Fear, NC, his attorneys in North
of Charlestown, SC, merchant, a lot on Eagles Carolina. Oct. 15, 1754.
Island opposite Market Street.
Page 137. Will of William Lewis of New
Page 134. Will of William Moore, dated Hanover County dated April 8, 1751, Proved
November 18, 1754. (1) to Mr. John February 1755. (1) to daughter Mary Pidcock,
Gardnier % net proceeds and real goods sent three cows and calves. (2) to Ruth Pidcock
him, he paying the executors 6 months after and Mary Pidcock daughters of my daughter
my decease. (2) my house, Russelborough, Mary Pidcock, one cow and calf each. (3) to
and all my houses in town to be sold together John Cook son of my daughter Jane Cook,
with the Ferry House and all the lands called one mare colt. (4) to Sarah Cook, daughter of
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Jane Cook, one mare and colt and my best negro slaves, Will a carpenter, Toby, Cato, b
feather bed. (5) to daughter Jane Cook, all my Abraham, Sampson, Dick, Lucy-- Will's
other estate, real and personal. Executor- Son- daughter Celia and his daughter Judy, Lucy
in-law James Cook. Wit: John Cook, William and Nancy. Also Ox Cart and wheels. Also '/z
Edwards. of stock and household goods. (3) to son
George Hyrne, 757 acres on west side of
Page 137. January 16, 1755. Moses John Turkey Creek, negroes Cato, Wingaw, Diogo,
DeRossett, Gent. of New Hanover County to Jenny, Ceasar, Jack, Hannah, Will's daughters
Robert Burleigh of same place, a water lot Peggy, Sarah, and her daughter Sarah. Also
No. 10. Wit: John Watson, Robert McNair. horse, cart and new wheels and 113 of stock.
(4) to son Benjamin Hyrne, 200 acres a part
Page 138. Henry and Sarah Bishop to of Hym Ham, on side next to my "Kinsman
William Stanton, carpenter, of New Hanover John Moore." Slaves Simeon, Young Paget,
County, 200 acres, part of Patent to Henry Sam, London, Robin, Dinah, Sabina, and
Bishop in 1736. Deed dated November 11, Philis. Also iron boilers and hoops to
1754. Wit: Stoakley Bishop, James Howard. horsecart "that lays broke at Col. John
Swann's," 113 of stock. "I think it my duty to
Page. 139. November 18, 1754. John DuBoise provide for my 3 super-anuated negroes, Old
of Wilmington, merchant, and Gabrielle Lucy, Old Paget and Old Hager," -- each to go
Margaret his wife, to John Norris, merchant to a son. (5) to son-in-law Francis Britain,
of Wilmington, a lot on north comer of Front 500 acres in South Carolina on north end of
and Market Street joining Dr. Samuel Green an Island called Laurences Island, between d
and John Rutherford, Esqr. Wit: Alexander Pedee and Waccamaw Rivers-- said land
Duncan, Caleb Grainger. "given me by the late landgrave Thomas
Smith." (6) to son-in-law Joseph Watters,
Page 142. Feb. 1,1755. Ann Wright of New negro named Mariah-- bequests not small to
Hanover County to John Rutherford, Esqr. a daughters because of partiality but because
lot No. 1, on north side of Market Street "providence hath blest them with all Fortune
"begins at Francis Veales comer and runs near equal to mine own." Exrs.- sons Henry,
down Market Street to low Water." Wit: John George, and Benjamin with aid of Samuel
Merrick, Alexander Duncan. Swann, Esqr. and Col. John Swann. Wit:
Samuel Swann, George Meares, Handle
Page 142. Will of Edward Hyrne of New Storm.
Hanover County dated February 27, 1755,
proved May 1755. (1) after debts are paid Page 144. January 31,1755. George Moore,
remaining estate to remain undivided under Esqr. of Kendall in New Hanover County to
the management of "my son Henry, unless my Samuel Green, Gent. of Wilmington, 640
three sons agree to the same and each pay acres joining Christopher Bevins in New
parts of my debts." (2) to son Henry Hyme, Hanover County.
420 acres where I now live, called Hym Ham,
which was given to me by Col. Maurice Page 145. Feb. 1, 1755. George Moore, Esqr.
Moore, also 553 acres joining said tract. Also of Kendall to Samuel Green, Gent. of
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Wilrnington, said above described lands, as deeded by said William Lewis to Samuel
property of late Roger Moore, deceased, Lewis, "as may more fully appear on record
"bequeathed unto his two sons, the said as a good perfect and absolute Estate of
George Moore and William Moore, Esqr., Inheritance in Fee Simple" and by said
since deceased," equal rest and residue of Samuel Lewis to said Silas Boing on
estate. November 23,1754. Wit: John Lewis, Samuel
Page 146. June 1, 1754. Moses John
DeRossett, Gent. of New Hanover County to Page 150. May 10, 1754. Honorable John
David Brown of same County, part of two Rutherford, Esqr. of Wilmington Joshua
lots formerly belonging to William Birnie, Toomer, Tavern Keeper of Wilmington, Lot
deceased and since his death taken on No. 7 joining William Farris, Esqr., Thomas
execution by John Davis, Junr. Esqr. Sheriff Finney, Hugh Purdy and Alexander McKay.
of New Hanover County at suit of George an Wit: Marmaduke Jones.
Eleanor Merrick of same county. Said lots on
comer of Market and Second Streets, joining Page 150. March 22, 1755. Joseph Davis,
William Dry, Esqr. and Mr. Green. Wit: Edward Trafford and Joseph Bird, all of
Joshua Toomer and Maurice Moore. Liverpool "in the County of Lancaster,"
merchants, appointed Ralph Taylor,
Page 147. September 12, 1754. Mrs. Ann merchant, Laurance Denhurst, mariner, and
C Walker, Executrix of Will of Robert Walker, Thomas Langford, mariner, all of Liverpool,
late of Wilmington, to Lewis Henry attorneys jointly to collect debts due them in
DeRossett, Esqr. a lot in Wilmington on Cape Fear, North Carolina.
Front and Second streets, bounded on South
by lot formerly belonging to Joshua Page 151. John Chalkhill of Town of
Grainger, deceased, on North by lot formerly Brunswick in North Carolina for "two Bills of
belonging to Robert Halton, deceased and Exchange endorsed by William Dry, Esqr. of
later by Francis Davis, deceased. Wit: Jo. said town, to said William Dry, a slave.
Blake, John Henesy, William Walker. January 1, 1755. Wit: George Logan.
Page 148. February 22, 1754. Jonathan Evans Page 152. May 21, 1754. Caleb Grainger,
of New Hanover County to Thomas Mulford Esqr. of New Hanover County and Mary his
of Pennsylvania, mariner, a Plantation of 640 wife to John Burgwyn, merchant, and Martin
acres in New Hanover County which was Moreland of same place, lot on Market
granted David Evans in March 1736 and Street.
deeded by said David Evans to Jonathan
Evans. Wit: James Wright, James Padgett. [To be continued.]
Page 149. Samuel Lewis of New Hanover The editor thanks Helen Moore Sammons,
County to Silas Boing, a tract of land in New Bill Reaves, Van Stilley, Gerry McKenzie,
Hanover County which was granted to Carole Weiss and Elizabeth Turner for
William Lewis on 2Ydof November 1735 and contributing to this issue of the Courier.
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SONS O F LIBERTY
We hear, that in Conference of a Letter lately addressed to the SONS OF LIBERTY in
North Carolina, under cover to Col. James Moore, a Meeting had been appointed, and held on
2nd last Month, where a number of Gentlemen from the several Southern Counties in that
Province were chosen as a Committee to meet at Wilmington on this Day, to consult upon such
measures, as may appear most eligible, for evincing their Patriotism and Loyalty in the present
critical situation ofAffairs: Which Committee are, Col. Thomas Lloyd, Cornelius Harnett,
Frederic Gregg, William Campbell, Esqrs.; Messrs. John Robeson and William Wilkinson, for
the Town of Wilmington,---George Moore, Frederic Jones, Esqrs; Col. James Moore; Messrs.
Samuel Ashe, and James Moran, for New Hanover County.--- Richard Quince, Sen. and
Richard Quince, Jun., Esqrs. and Mr. John Wilkinson, for the Town of Bnmswick.--- John and
William Davis, Esqrs. Messrs. Samuel Waters, Thomas Davis, and Samuel Neale, for
Brunswick County.-- Messrs. John and George Gibbs, and John Grainge, Jun. for Bladen
County.--- Col James Sampson and Felix Kenan, Esqr. for Duplin County.--- William Cray,
Henry Roads, and Richard Ward Esqrs. for Onslow County.--- And Walter Gibson, Farquhar
Campbell, and Robert Rowan, Esqrs. for Cumberland County.
From the South Carolina Gazette, July 5 , 1770. [Submitted by Elizabeth Turner]
Old New Hanover Genealogical Society
P.O. BOX 2536
WILMINGTON, NC 28402--2536 XONPROFlT
"Address Service Requested" PERMIT NO. 218
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ONSLOW COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA CEMETERY RECORDS
By Michael Whaley, acid free paper, taped and stapled,
Richlands Township, Vol. VI, 82 pp. (D-8) 514.00
Richlands Township, Vol. VII, 77 pp. (D-9) 314.00
Richlands Township, Vol. VIII, 75 pp. (D-10) $14.00
Richlands Township, Vol. IX, 77 pp. [D-11) 514.00
Richlands Township, Vol. X, 74 pp. (D-12) $14.00
Southwest Township, Vol. XI, 75 pp. (D-13) $14.00
Richlands Township, Vol. XII, 76 pp. (D-14) $14.00
Confederate Veterans Cemetery Records, Vol. I
by Delmas D Haskett, 1996, acid free paper, taped and
stapled, indexed, maps.
Columbus County, North Carolina Voter Registration,
1902, 1904, 1906, 1908, 222 pp. iJ-1) 529.00
Cumberland County, North Carolina Vote Registration,
1902, 1904, 1906, i908, 232 pp. (L-1) 530.00
Robeson County, North Carolina Voter Registration,
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Brunswick County, North Carolina, Minutes of the Court
of Pleas b Quarter Sessions, Vol. 111, by John W. Butler,