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					                                          Descendants of George Wright


                                                           Generation No. 1

1. GEORGE1 WRIGHT1,2 was born 1770 in Ireland, and died September 1836 in Richmond County, NC. He
married SABRA PATE3,4 December 06, 1791, daughter of THROUGHGOOD PATE and WINIFRED STEWART. She
was born December 25, 1775 in Richmond County, NC, and died 1846 in Richmond County, NC.

Notes for GEORGE WRIGHT:
Estate of George Wright - 1837

To the Worshipful, the Justices of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions for the Co. of Ric hmond, State of
North Carolina, January Term 1837. The petition of Daniel Wright, William Wr ight, Samuel Wright, Duncan
Wright, John Wright, James Wright & Arthur Wright, heirs at law o f Geo. Wright, unto your Worships
respectfully sheweth that their father, George Wright, die d intestate sometime in the Month of Sept'r last leaving
a considerable estate in lands lyin g and being in the County of Richmond, viz: the following tracts - one
consisting of about f ourteen hundred acres adjoining the lands of the heirs of Moses Parter, Cyrus Jones,
Thorogoo d Pate and Samuel Wright, and also another tract consisting of about 200 acres adjoining th e lands of
Thorogood Pate, George Bullard, John Gibson and Nelson Gibson, which lands have de scended in common
upon your petitioners. Your petitioners therefore respectfully pray that y our Worships will order a partition
according to the prayer of this their petition and will a ppoint suitable persons to make the same. And your
petitioners as in duty bound will every p ray this 17th day of January 1837. Committee of partitioners, Stafford
Gibson, Dan'l McGrego r, Thos. Gibson, Dan'l Malloy & John McLaurin.

An account of sales made by Samuel Wright, Administrator of George Wright, dec'd, at his lat e residence of the
perishable property of which the said George was seized and possessed thi s 10th day of Feby 1837. Purchasers:
Mrs. Sabria Wright (widow), John Oldham, Nathan Gibson , David Norton, Duncan C. Wright, Nazareth Norton,
Peter Hubbard, Samuel Pate, Sr., Daniel G . Woodard, George Bullard, Lewis Parker, Randal MacNair, Catharine
MacLeod, Richard Griffin , Malcom P. McNair, Thomas Pate, James D. McAlister, Daniel Johnson, John Webb,
John P. Wrigh t, John Loyd, Thomas Johnson, James Wright, Silas Norton, Daniel McGregor, Samuel Pate, Mar
y Wright, William Moore, William Goodon, Stafford Gibson, Lewis Parker, Thomas Pate, Hugh McC all, and
Silas Jones.

An account of sales made by Samuel Wright adm. of George Wright deceased at his late residenc e of the
persishable property of which the said George Wright died seized & possesed this 10 th day of February 1837.

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Purchaers Names                               Articles Sold                         Dolla rs/Cents
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Sabria Wright1 lot of weeding hoes0.60
John Oldham1 spade0.30
Nathan Gibson1 lot of ploughs0.01
Thomas Pate1 lot of ploughs1.82
David Norton1 plough1.35
Duncan C. Wright1 broad axe1.05
Sabria Wright1 scythe & cradle1.95
Sabria Wright1 lot of ? Chains60.00
P. T. Hubbard1 pr.of chains0.65
Sam Pate, Jr.1 waggon & gun60.00
Dan G. Woodard1 lot of cow hides3.60
Nazareth Norton1 lot of leathering1.85
George Bullard1 lot of leathering2.30
Sabria Wright1 clock10.05
Sabria Wright1 bureau6.00
Sabria Wright1 pine table0.50
Sabria Wright1 lot of wooden chairs2.70

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Sabria Wright1 lot of common chairs0.50
Sabria Wright1 lot of earthenware0.20
John Oldham1 lot of classware0.90
Sabria Wright1 bible0.10
Duncan C. Wright1 lot of 2 books1.75
Sabria Wright1 table0.10
Sabria Wright1 cupboard0.20
Sabria Wright1 pepper mill0.05
Sabria Wright1 candle stick0.06
Sabria Wright1 bed & furniture13.00
Sabria Wright1 bed & furniture10.00
Sabria Wright1 jack reel0.30
Sabria Wright1 walnut dining table5.25
Sabria Wright1 box wearing apparel1.50
Sabria Wright1 side saddle1.05
Duncan C. Wright1 lot of planes3.50
Lewis Parker50 bushels corn50.00
Randle Markam25 bushels corn25.50
John Webb20 bushels corn20.80
John Loyd30 bushels corn30.90
Dan G. Woodard20 bushels corn20.80
Catherine ?15 bushels corn15.60
John P. Wright50 bushels corn52.12 1/2
Richard Griffin25 bushels corn26.00
Dan G. Woodard20 bushels corn21.10
Nazareth Norton25 bushels corn26.25
Nathan Gibson50 bushels corn52.25
Nazareth Norton10 bushels corn10.35
James D. W. Alexter50 bushels corn52.00
Malcom P. McNair 20 bushels corn20.90
Dan Johnson30 bushels corn31.20
Dan Woodard2 bales cotton 610110.51
Silas Norton4 bales cotton 1208205.42
Malcom P. McNair 2713 seed cotton123.48
Sabria Wright1 water pail0.25
James Wright1 lot of grist hoes0.65
Dan Mae Brigman1 hand saw01.02 1/2
Nathan Gibson1 grind stone2.00
Sabria Wright1 lot of pot wear1.00
Mary Wright1 weaving loom2.25
William ?1 black yearling7.10
Nathan Gibson1 red heifer14.00
Nathan Gibson1 red heifer13.00
James Wright1 dum cald heifer14.10
James Wright1 pied heifer7.62 1/2
Hugh McCall1 cow & yearling8.62
James Wright16 head of geese8.32
John P. Wright500 head pork @ 10.2551.25
Danl Johnson200 head pork @ 10.0020.00
Thomas Pate200 head pork @ 10.0020.00
James Wright1 lot of hogs25.35
Sabria Wright1 lot of hogs31.00
William Gordon1 lot of hogs13.00
John P. Wright 1 lot of hogs21.73
Saml Pate1 pen of stock0.50
Sabria Wright12 head of sheep13.20
Sabria Wright1 lot of earthernware0.90
Nathan Gibson1 pen of shocks0.25
Danl Mae Brigman1 pen of shocks1.02 1/2

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Thomas Johnson1 pen of shocks0.55
Nathan Gibson1 Black horse51.00
Hugh McCall1 Gray horse44.50
Stafford Gibson1 Bay horse62.50
Malcom P. McNair 550 blade fodder5.50
Nathan Gibson1870 blade fodder19.83
Lewis Parker1000 blade fodder10.50
John P. Wright500 blade fodder5.50
Sabria Wright70 bushels cotton seed7.70
Silas Jones1153 fat of lumber6.50 1/2
Sabria Wright1 basket0.05
John P. Wright3 empty barls0.52
Malcom P. McNair 25 bushels corn24.75
John P. Wright20 bushels corn20.40
Silas Norton16 bushels corn15.75
James Wright8 1/2 bushels corn5.46
James Wright58 bushels corn6.35
Danl P. Wright170# pork17.00

Total1,609.96 1/4

George Wright Estate
Petition for Partition 20 October Term 1849
Richmond County, North Carolina

The legatees including the ? having agreed to get the ? who made a division of the land o f George Wright
deceased among the heirs to value the Negros; who having mutually agreed amon g themselves to make an equal
division after being & proceeded as aforesaid - the Division i s as follows:

Arthur Wright 1st lot valued @1262.50 over 68.06     1194.44
Duncan D. Wright 2nd lot bp 7 valued @ 725 2 by .44     1194.44
Cameron Wright 3rd lot valued @ 1350.00 - 155.56      1194.44
John P. Wright 4th lot valued @ 1312.50 over 118.06    1194.44
Daniel P. Wright 5th lot valued @ 1075.00+ 119.44     1194.44
William C. Wright 6th lot valued @ 900.00 + 294.44     1194.44
Samuel Wright 7th lot valued @ 900.00 + 294.44      1194.44
James Wright 8th lot valued @ 1275.00 over 80.56     1194.44
Sabry Wright 9th lot valued @ 1750.00 over 555.56     1194.44

Total                                                   10, 749.96

The persons that divided the land among the Heirs of George Wright are
Thomas Gibson
Stafford Gibson
John McLaurin
Dan McGregor
Dan Malloy

Allowed to the Administrator as desperate debts viz:
One note against W. M. Buia? $10 + int 3.1772 13. 17 1/2
One note on Arthur Wright $20 + int. 8.10             28.10
One note Estate Col. T. Pate $10.50 + int .87 3/4 14.37 3/4
One note Estate Col. T. Pate $67.47 + int. 70.08 107.55
One note Estate Col. T. Pate $15.00 + int. 13.22 28.22

Total                                              221.4 2 1/4
2 receipts for cost 40 cents each
Allowances made to the Adm as commissioners 118.10


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In witness whereof we set our hands and seal this February 9, 1839
Stafford Gibson}
Thomas Gibson} Committee
Silas Jones    }
Attest: Wm Graham

April Term 1839 of Richmond County Court herein the foregoing report was handed into cour t & ordered to be
filed.

G. A. Nicholson, CCC

More About GEORGE WRIGHT:
Record Change: May 01, 2003

More About SABRA PATE:
Record Change: April 28, 2003

Children of GEORGE WRIGHT and SABRA PATE are:
           i.   DANIEL P.2 WRIGHT5,6, b. Abt. 1795, Richmond County, NC; d. November 1849, Old Texas, Monroe, AL;
                m. ELEANOR GODBOLD7; b. 1802, South Carolina; d. Aft. 1871, Old Texas, Monroe, AL.

                More About DANIEL P. WRIGHT:
                Burial: Bethlehem Baptist Cemetery, Old Texas, Monroe, AL
                Record Change: February 23, 2005

                More About ELEANOR GODBOLD:
                Burial: Bethlem Methodist Cemetery, Old Texas, Monroe, AL
                Record Change: March 29, 2004

2.        ii.   CAMERON G. WRIGHT, b. Abt. 1797, Richmond County, NC; d. December 1836, Richmond County, NC.
3.      iii.    WILLIAM P WRIGHT, b. 1799, Richmond County, NC; d. 1846.
4.       iv.    GEORGE WRIGHT JR, b. 1800, Richmond County, NC; d. October 1867, Richmond County, NC.
5.        v.    SABRA WRIGHT, b. Abt. 1801; d. 1846, Richmond County, NC.
6.       vi.    SAMUEL WRIGHT, b. November 13, 1802, Richmond County, NC; d. June 08, 1848, Scotland County, NC.
        vii.    ARTHUR PHILIP WRIGHT7, b. Abt. 1804; d. 1868.

                More About ARTHUR PHILIP WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 30, 2003

7.      viii.   DUNCAN CAMERON WRIGHT, b. December 19, 1813, Richmond County, NC; d. November 27, 1898, Hinds
                County, MS.
         ix.    JOHN P. WRIGHT, b. Abt. 1816, Richmond County, NC.

                More About JOHN P. WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 28, 2003

8.        x.    JAMES CAMERON WRIGHT, b. July 11, 1818, Richmond County, NC; d. October 09, 1892, Marlboro
                County, SC.


                                                  Generation No. 2

2. CAMERON G.2 WRIGHT (GEORGE1)8 was born Abt. 1797 in Richmond County, NC, and died December 1836
in Richmond County, NC. He married LUCY JONES9, daughter of WILLIAM JONES and ISABELLE. She was born
April 26, 1800, and died November 10, 1882.

Notes for CAMERON G. WRIGHT:
Cameron Wright - 1836 - State of North Carolina, Richmond County - January Court 1837.

To the Worshipful the Justices of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions: The petition of L ucy Wright, widow
of Cameron Wright, deceased, humbly sheweth unto your Worships that her hus band, Cameron Wright, departed
this life sometime in the Month of December 1836 seized and po ssessed of a considerable real estate in the

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aforesaid County subject to the widow's dower, b ounded and described as follows: one tract of land containing
200 acres upon which he reside d at the time of his death lying between the lands owned by William Brown, Isaac
Williamson , Nathaniel Gibson and others; also another tract of land of 140 acres lying between the lan d owned
by Silas Jones & Wm Jones on the Rudy (Rooty) branch of Gum Swamp. Now therefore, yo ur petitioner prays
that your Worships in consideration of the premises to issue a writ to th e Sheriff of Richmond County requiring
him to summon twelve freeholders unconnected with th e parties by consanguinity or affinity to lay off and allot
to your petitioner the thirds t o which she is entitles out of her husband's estate, and to return placing her in
possessio n thereof. Then return to the next Term of this Court, the writ with the proceedings thereo n and your
petitioner will ever pray.

State of North Carolina, Richmond County - In obedience to the annexed writ, I, Sam'l Terry , Sheriff of the
County aforesaid on the 18th day of February, A.D., 1837 attended by John Ma cAlister, Esq., Surveyor and the
following jury, to wit: - Luke Woodard, John Hasty, Daniel M cGregor, Nathan Gibson, Stafford Gibson, Daniel
B. Brown, John R. Buie, John K. Gibson, Nelso n Gibson, Jr., William Gibson, Thomas Gibson and Col. Daniel
Malloy, Freeholders unconcerne d with Mrs. Lucy Wright, widow and relict of Cameron Wright, dec'd, and
entirely disintereste d, by him summoned came in proper person to a certain tract or parcel of land whereon the
sai d Cameron Wright died seized and possessed, lying and being in the County aforesaid between t he waters of
Joes Creek and Gum Swamp containing three hundred and fifty acres and the freeho lders, aforesaid, being duly
sworn and required to lay off, allot and assign to the said Mrs . Lucy Wright one third part of the said tract or
parcel of land (or what we consider equal i n value to one third of the value of said tract of parcel of land) did lay
off, allot and ass ign to the said Mrs. Lucy Wright the part or portion of the said plantation included comprise d in
the following limits and bounds, to wit, beginning at the original 100 acre tract grante d to Stephen Herring and
running due East with William Brown's line - to a gate on the fenc e and with the fence - to the back line of the
Cottingham's 100 acre tract - to the beginnin g containing ninety-four acres of land including the dwelling house
or mansion of the said C ameron Wright, dec'd, in which he most generally dwelt next before and at time of his
death a ll the out-houses, buildings, offices and part of the improvements thereunto belonging, whic h being done,
I, the said Samuel Terry, Sheriff, Surveyor and freeholders aforesaid put the s aid Lucy Wright, widow of the said
Cameron Wright, deceased in possession of the same. Give n under our hands and seals the day and year first
above written.

The following purchased perishable property of Cameron Wright sold at public vendue and all d ue 17th of July
1837: Samuel Wright, Duncan Wright, Lucy Wright, James P. Smith, Stafford Gib son, Wilson Brown, Anguish
Campbell, Malcomb P. McNair, John Kelly, Godfrey Rachels, Duncan C . Wright, Daniel B. Brown, Thomas
Gibson, and Elijah Pate. Cash in hand $56.30. (signed) Sil as Jones.

The following are accounts due the estate of Cameron Wright, deceased, by book, most of whic h are desperate
and the others doubtful, this April 16th 1837. Thorogood Pate, Matthew Norto n, John Rachels, Nathan Gibson,
John Wallace, Stafford Gibson, John Calhoun, John D. McNair , Thomas M. Wright. George Bullard, John P.
Graham, David Norton, Samuel Wright, John D. McNa ir, Wilie G. Norton, Isaac Williamson, Jun, Wilson
Brown, Malcom P. McNair, John C. Wright, J ames M. Smith,
James Rachels, Sarah Beasly, Stephen Wallace, John McNair (carpenter), James Wright, Robert S tewart, John
McLauchlin, Hendly Snead, Duncan Calhoun, Jane Pate, Kinnith Campbell, George Wr ight, Jubal Gibson,
Warner Chance. William B. Smith. John Caulder. Daniel McLauchlin. John P . Wright, Sena Wallace, John D.
McLaurin, Daniel C. McLean, William Graham, Ransom Wallace,
Byrn Smith, Wm. Brown, Wilson Williamson, Benjamin Scot

The following is a list of notes (desperate) found in possession of Cameron Wright, belongin g to said estate.
Elisha Wallace due 1850; John Williamson due 1826; Isaac Willilamson, Jun . due 1836;
John Loid due 1836; John C. Smith due 1836; Reubin Jones due 1836; Daniel Smith due 1836;
Samuel Wright due 1836; Stephen Wallace due 1836; Hapheth McNair due 1836; Daniel McKay due A pril 15th,
1836

State of North Carolina, Richmond County - Superior Court of Law, January Session 1838.

Duncan C. Wright, Guardian of the minor heirs of Cameron Wright, report that the following pr operty came into
his possession as guardian of said minor heirs, (to wit.) three hundred an d eighty seven acres of land, one Negro
boy, Dick, and one Negro girl, Sarah. He further rep orts that he has received thirty-five dollars for the hire of
said boy for the year 1837, an d twelve dollars and twenty-five cents for the hire of the girl and sixty-five dollars
and se venty-five cents for the the year 1837 making in the whole one hundred and thirteen dollars . He further

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reports that the disbursements amount to five dollars eight seven and an half c ents for schooling and leaving a
balance of one hundred and seven dollars twelve and a half c ents. All which is respectfully submitted to this
Worshipful Court. (signed) Duncan C. Wrigh t, Guardian. Sworn to the above in open Court.

State of North Carolina, Richmond County - Superior Court of Law, Fall Term 1840.

To the Honorable the Judge of the Superior Court of Law in and for the County aforesaid. Th e petition of Silas
Jones, Administrator of all and singular the goods and chattels, rights a nd credits of Cameron Wright, dec'd,
against Samuel Wright, Adm'r of all and singular the goo d, chattels, rights and credits of George Wright, dec'd -
showeth to your Honor that:

l. In the Month of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty s ix, George Wright,
late of Richmond County, departed this life intestate, leaving a considera ble personal estate worth fifteen
thousand dollars or some other large sum, and him survivin g a widow and eight children of whom Cameron
Wright was one.

2. That in the Month of October or November in the same year Cameron Wright also died intest ate leaving a
widow and several children.

3. That at January Sessions 1837 of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions for the County o f Richmond letters
of administration were granted to Samuel Wright on the estate of George Wr ight, dec'd, and to your petitioner on
the estate of Cameron Wright, deceased.

4. That as the administrator of George Wright, deceased, Samuel Wright took into his possess ion all the personal
effects of the said George Wright amounting to the sum of fifteen thousa nd dollars, or some other large sum.

5. That petitioner's intestate was entitled before his death to a distributive share of th e estate of his deceased
father, George Wright, of which he received no part.

6. That your petitioner as his personal representative hath included in the said eight and h ath received no part
thereof.

7. That more than two years have elapsed, to wit, four years or near it, since the said Samu el Wright,
Adsministrator on the estate of Geo. Wright, and since the expiration of the sai d two years your petitioner hath
made frequent application to the said Samuel Wright to pay o ver to him his share of the of the said Geo. Wright
as adm'r of Cameron Wright, dec'd. All w hich applications have been in vain. The said Samuel Wright having
altogether refused to pa y over to your petitioner any portion of the distributive share of his intestate, the estat e of
George Wright, deceased, or to account with him therefor.

Wherefore your petitioner prays your Honor that the State's usual writ of subpoena may issu e to the said Samuel
Wright, Adm'r as aforesaid commanding him under a penalty in said writ t o be named to be and appear before
this Honorable Court on the third Monday in March next t o answer the premises, and that he may be decreed to
account with and pay over to your petiti oner such portion of the estate of George Wright, dec'd, ad your
petitioner may be entitled t o receive as adm'r of Cameron Wright, deceased, and to abide and perform with other
judgment s and decrees as the said Court may make in the premise, and to your Honor would afford to yo ur
petitioner such other and further relief in the premises as to your Honor may seem meet an d right. And your
petitioner as in duty bound will ever pray. Strange for Pet.

Additional return of Silas Jones, Adm'r of Cameron Wright. There has come into the hands o f the administrator
since the settlement with him as administrator aforesaid by committee app ointed for that purpose, the sum of
thirteen hundred and sixty-two dollars and twenty cents , being the amount of a recovery and interest had against
Sam'l Wright, Adm'r of Geo. Wrigh t in the Superior Court of Richmond County. Of which sum nine hundred
and seventy three doll ars were paid to Duncan D. Wright, Guardian of John, George, Sabra, Daniel and James
Wright , heirs of Cameron Wright (whose receipt is taken upon the Execution Docket of Rich. Superio r Court
page 200, # 32) leaving a balance in the hands of the administrator of three hundre d and eighty nine dollars
twenty cents as the portion of Jane Wright, heir, & Lucy Wright, Wi dow of Cameron Wright. Jany 17th 1843.

State of North Carolina. Richmond County - Court of Pleas and Quarters Sessions. Oct'r Ter m A.D. 1845. To
the Worshipful the Justices of the said Court: The petition of John Wright , Albert Wright & wife Sabra, and

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William Chance & wife Jane, children and heirs at law of Ca meron Wright, deceased, against George Wright,
Daniel Wright & James Wright. Humbly complain ing, respectfully shew unto your Worships your petitioners:

1. That in the year ---- the said Cameron Wright departed this life intestate leaving your p etitioners,
John Wright, Jane Wright & Sabra Wright together with D efts. George Wright, Daniel Wright & James Wright,
his children and heirs at law.

2. That your petitioner John Wright is now of age and that your petitioner Sabra has interma rried with your
petitioner Albert Wright, and your petitioner Jane has intermarried with you r petitioner William Chance, and that
the defendants George Wright, Daniel Wright and James W right are infants of whom Duncan C. Wright has been
appointed the guardian.

3. Your Petitioners further shew that the said Cameron Wright died seized and possessed of s undry tracts of land
in said County situate on the waters of Joes and Panther Creeks, all o f which lands by the death and intestacy
have descended to your petitioners and the said defe ndants as tenants in common; and your petitioners shews that
the title papers to the said lan ds are all in the hands of Duncan C. Wright, Guardian of the defendants as
aforesaid.

Your petitioners do therefore pray that your Worships will duly consider the premises and app oint five
commissioners unconnected with your petitioners and the defendants, to divide and a ppropriate the said lands
between your petitioners and the said defendants in severalty, shar e and share alike; and if it should be
impracticable to make an equal division, that they cha rge the more valuable division with such sum or sums of
money as shall make the division equa l and the partition equitable; and your petitioners do further pray that you
Worships will, f rom time to time, make such other and further orders and decrees, and grant such other and fu
rther relief in the premises as to Justice and Equity may pertain, and your petitioners as i n duty bound will ever
pray. J. W. Cameron, Sol Pro Petitioner.

State of North Carolina, Richmond County - Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, July Term 184 9. Upon
hearing of the petition of James P. Smith, Guardian of George Wright, it appearing u pon the evidence of James
Wright that the said minor is indebted to him about $125 and to oth ers. It is ordered, adjudged and decreed that
the guardian James P. Smith expose the said 9 0 acres adjoining Silas Jones & Curtis Goodman in said County,
to public sale on the premise s on a credit of six months taking bond and approved security for the purchase
money after ha ving first advertised said sale twenty days, and report his procedings to next Court.

More About CAMERON G. WRIGHT:
Record Change: April 28, 2003

Notes for LUCY JONES:
1850 Richmond County, NC Census - Stewartsville District - Family # 323 - Wright, Lucy 50; Sa muel 8: George
6.

1860 Richmond County, NC Census - Stewartsville District - Family 1055 - Wright, Lucy 60; Kat e 12; Fairly,
Alex 60; Fairly, Christian 58; Fairly James 35; Fairly, John 30.

In 1880 Census, Lucy is living with her son Daniel D. Wright.

More About LUCY JONES:
Burial: Pate-Wright Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
Record Change: January 16, 2005

Children of CAMERON WRIGHT and LUCY JONES are:
9.         i.   JOHN J.3 WRIGHT, b. 1818, Richmond County, NC; d. Aft. 1870.
10.       ii.   JANE WRIGHT, b. Abt. May 1826, Richmond County, NC; d. Aft. 1900, Scotland County, NC.
11.      iii.   SABRA WRIGHT, b. 1829; d. August 08, 1909.
         iv.    CATHERINE WRIGHT10, b. 1831, Richmond County, NC; d. 1893, Richmond County, NC; m. JOHN SNEAD;
                b. 1826.

                Notes for CATHERINE WRIGHT:
                Catherine Snead - 1893 - In the name of God Amen. I, Catherine Snead of North Carolina, Rich mond
                County, being of sound mind and memory, praise be unto God for the same, but considerin g the uncertainty

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                of my earthly existence, make this my last will & testament in manner follo wing, that is to say:

                First, that my executor, hereinafter named, shall provide for my body a decent burial suitabl e to the wishes of
                my relatives and friends, and pay for the same together will all my just d ebts out of the money or property
                belonging to me and not otherwise directed in this my las t will. If upon examination the amount in hands of
                my executor is insufficienct to pay abov e expenses and indebtedness then he shall exact from each of my
                legatees their proportional p art until the expenses and debts are all paid.

                To my beloved sister Sabra Wright, wife of Albert Wright, and Jane Chance, wife of William Ch ance, I give
                and devise seventy dollars each, and to each of my nieces herein named I give an d devise the following: To
                Mahala Wirght the new bed stead and feather bed and the drop lea f table; to Rebecca Wright the family Bible
                and looking glass with toilet case attached; to L izzie Wright the photographs of the members of the House of
                Representatives of N.C,. and on e quilt; to Emma Wright the clock; to Florence Chance the tin safe; to Queen
                Wright three cha irs, and to Francis Wright, wife of Jas. P. Wright, five dollars.

                To each of my nephews herein named as follows: To L. P. Wright five dollars; to W. T. Wrigh t the tin trunk;
                and to G. W. and W. T. Wright my gray mare; to Lauch Williamson the enlarge d picture of J. W. Snead,
                dec'd; and to my brother J. J. Wright three bushels of corn. To Jo hn Deas ( a yound man staying with me) I
                give one bed stead and mattress and two quilts and t wo sheets and three dollars besides, if he stays with me
                until my death. ( It is my intentio n that he shall get the bed stead, quilts mattress and sheets whether he stays
                with me or not .) To N. C. Woodard, my friend, I give one quilt known as the 'Pavement'. All the other prop
                erty of whatever kind or nature belonging to me at my death, on the place or off the place, a nd have not been
                otherwise directed, I give to my brother D. D. Wright.

                I do hereby nominate and appoint my beloved brother D. D. Wright as my sole executor of thi s my last will
                and testament. I do hereby revoke and make voice all and every other will an d testament. In witness whereof
                I, the said Catherine Snead, have hereunto set my hand and s eal this the 28th January A. D. 1890. Catherine
                Snead (x her mark) Signed and sealed in th e presence of J. A. McNeill and J. W. Woodard.

                More About CATHERINE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: May 18, 2005

                Notes for JOHN SNEAD:
                1850 Richmond County NC Census - Laurel Hill District - Family # 210 - Sneed, John 24; Cathe rine 19.

                More About JOHN SNEAD:
                Record Change: May 18, 2005

12.        v.   GEORGE P WRIGHT, b. 1832, Richmond County, NC.
13.       vi.   DANIEL D. WRIGHT, b. June 28, 1834, Richmond County, NC; d. April 15, 1918, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC.
         vii.   JAMES WRIGHT11, b. 1837, Richmond County, NC; d. April 30, 1863, Springfield, Scotland, NC.

                Notes for JAMES WRIGHT:
                Company D - 46th Regiment N. C. Troops - "James Wright, private - born in Richmond County whe re he
                resided as a farmer prior to enlisting in Richmond County at age 24, February 20, 1862 . Present or
                accounted for until he died at home at Springfield on April 30, 1863, of "consu mption."

                More About JAMES WRIGHT:
                Record Change: March 23, 2004


3. WILLIAM P2 WRIGHT (GEORGE1)12,13,14 was born 1799 in Richmond County, NC, and died 1846. He married
FRANCES GODBOLD, daughter of STEPHEN GODBOLD and REBECCA GRICE. She was born 1799, and died Aft.
1870.

Notes for WILLIAM P WRIGHT:
William Wright - 1857 - State of North Carolina, Richmond County - Court of Pleas and Quarte r Sessions,
January Term A. D. 1854. Thomas Gibson, Guardian of Sabra Wright, Mary Wright, O ram Wright, William
Wright, George Wright and J. P. Herring reports that he has this day rece ived for his wards as tenants in common
for the Clerk and Master one hundred and three dollar s and seventy-four cents, being $17.29 each. Thomas
Gibson

Alan Mason Stubbs gives William's death as September 30, 1862. According to the estate recor d, William must
have died in 1853.

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More About WILLIAM P WRIGHT:
Record Change: February 24, 2005

Notes for FRANCES GODBOLD:
According to Ted & Freda Noble they state that on November 24, 1846, Mrs. Franky Wright, wit h Stephen G.
Godbold, her brother, filed for letters of Administration on the estate of her h usband who died intestate.

1850 Marion County, SC Census - Family # 249 - Wright, Frances 51 b. Marion; Ellen 25 b. Mari on; George 17
b. Marion; Oram 14 b. Marion; Elizabeth 11 b. Marion; Sabre 9 b. Marion; Willia m 6 b. Marion.

1860 Marion County, SC Census - Family # 800 - Wright, Frances 59; Oram 25; Mary 23; Wm 18; S arah 17;
and in Family # 801 - Wright. S. F. 7/12. I don't think Family # 801 should have be en listed. I believe S. F.
Wright belongs in Family # 800.

1870 Marion County, SC Census - Family # 195 - Brantham, Hardy 35; Sabe 34; Wright, Frances 7 5. (Could
this be Sabra Wright and her husband?) Living next door in Family # 196 is Georg e Wright.

More About FRANCES GODBOLD:
Record Change: June 24, 2005

Children of WILLIAM WRIGHT and FRANCES GODBOLD are:
           i.   CAROLINA3 WRIGHT.

                More About CAROLINA WRIGHT:
                Record Change: March 31, 2004

          ii.   MARY WRIGHT.

                More About MARY WRIGHT:
                Record Change: March 31, 2004

         iii.   STEPHEN WRIGHT, b. 1819.

                More About STEPHEN WRIGHT:
                Record Change: March 31, 2004

14.      iv.    DARLING PATE WRIGHT, b. June 06, 1821, Richmond County, NC; d. January 31, 1898, Richmond County,
                NC.
15.       v.    ELI GODBOLD WRIGHT, b. 1823, Richmond County, NC; d. 1900, Scotland County, NC.
         vi.    ELLEN WRIGHT, b. 1825.

                More About ELLEN WRIGHT:
                Record Change: March 31, 2004

         vii.   ELIZABETH WRIGHT, b. 1832.

                More About ELIZABETH WRIGHT:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

        viii.   GEORGE WRIGHT, b. 1833.

                Notes for GEORGE WRIGHT:
                1870 Marion County, SC Census - Wahee Township, Marion CH is the post office - Family # 19 6 - Wright
                George 27; Ann 22; Novella Idella 3; Carter, Alice 11.

                More About GEORGE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: March 31, 2004

         ix.    ORUM WRIGHT15, b. 1840; d. January 02, 1883, Marion County, SC; m. SARAH; b. 1840, Marion County,
                SC.

                Notes for ORUM WRIGHT:


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                January 10, 1883 - Mr. Orom WRIGHT died last Tuesday

                More About ORUM WRIGHT:
                Record Change: September 05, 2005

                More About SARAH:
                Record Change: September 05, 2005

          x.    SABRA WRIGHT, b. 1841.

                More About SABRA WRIGHT:
                Record Change: March 31, 2004

          xi.   WILLIAM C WRIGHT, b. 1844.

                More About WILLIAM C WRIGHT:
                Record Change: March 31, 2004


4. GEORGE2 WRIGHT JR (GEORGE1)16 was born 1800 in Richmond County, NC, and died October 1867 in
Richmond County, NC. He married REBECCA. She was born 1820.

Notes for GEORGE WRIGHT JR:
1850 Richmond County Census NC - Williamson District - Family # 339 - Wright, George 50; Sobr iety 20;
Rebecca 18; William 16; Mary 14; James 12; Emily 8.

1860 Richmond County Census NC - Williamson District - Family # 660 - Wright, George 60; Rebe cca 40;
Rebecca 25; Mary 22; James 21; Emily 16; William 12.

George Wright 1868 - North Carolina. To the Sheriff of Richmond Co., Greeting: Whereas, Reb ecca Wright,
widow of George Wright (He died intestate, October 1867), lately filed her petit ion in our Court of Pleas and
Quarter Sessions against Alberm Wright (Albert), Hampton Wright , John G. Wright and wife Piety, Mary
Wright, Rebecca Wright and Emily Peele, wife of Willia m Peele, heirs at law of her said husband, and it was
ordered by the Court that a writ of dow er should be issued to the Sheriff in her behalf as to the following lands,
tenements and her ditaments in said County of which her said husband died possessed, to wit. - 510 acres more o r
less joining the lands of Daniel McNeill, Duncan Smith, A. S. McNeill and others on Joes Cr eek in said County.

These therefore are to command you to summon twelve free holders, unconnected with the partie s by
consanquinity or affinity and entirely disinterested, who after having duly sworn, are t o allot and set off to the
said Rebecca Wright by proper metes and bounds one third of all th e said lands, tenements and hereditaments
there unto belonging, or in any way appertaining in cluding the dwelling house out houses, building, and
improvements, during the time of her nat ural life and put her in possession of the same; and the allotment of
dower made by the sai d jury, after being reduced into writing and signed by them you are to return to the April
Te rm of said Court to be held for the County of Richmond at the Court House in Rockingham on th e 3rd
Monday of April 168, together with this writ. Witness, Frank Sandford, Clerk of said C ourt at Office third
Monday of January 1868. Issued 2nd day of March 1868.

Purchasers at estate sale of George Wright, deceased, by A. J. Brown, Adm'r Feby 13th 1868 . Daniel D. Wright,
Rebecca Wright, Elijah Brigman, Anderson Smith, A. A. Huckaby, Thomas M . Wright, Isaac Mason, Wm. F.
Smith, John G. Martin, John McLauchlin, John Chisholm, John Nor ton, N. P. Gibson, Moses Brigman, E.
Mason, A. S. McNeill, Piety Wright, George Freeman, Sime on Wright, James Chavis, Nelson B. Gibson,
Benjamin Carter, John J. Wright, Mary Wright, Murd ock Brown, George Hubbard, Anderson Patterson, Joseph
H. Wright, Joel Bullard, James Freeman , Hugh Livingston, Ev. Quick, Nathaniel P. Gibson, and William Peele.

More About GEORGE WRIGHT JR:
Record Change: October 25, 2004

Notes for REBECCA:
Rebecca Wright - 1897 - North Carolina, Richmond County - Superior Court. In the matter of t he estate of
Rebecca Wright, deceased. To Mary Wright: - You are hereby notified to show cau se, within twenty days after
the service of this citation, before Z. F. Long, Clerk Superio r Court of Richmond County, why you shall not be

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deemed to have renounced your right to appl y for letters of administration on said estate or letters of
administration with the will ann exed of the nuncupative will of Rebecca Wright, deceased, this June 30th 1897.
Z. F. Long, C lerk Superior Court of Richmond County.

More About REBECCA:
Record Change: May 12, 2005

Children of GEORGE WRIGHT and REBECCA are:
16.        i.   ALBERT W.3 WRIGHT, b. September 10, 1822, Richmond County, NC; d. July 31, 1908, Scotland County,
                NC.
          ii.   SOBRIETY WRIGHT, b. 1830, Richmond County, NC.

                More About SOBRIETY WRIGHT:
                Record Change: May 19, 2004

         iii.   REBECCA WRIGHT17,18, b. 1832, Richmond County, NC; d. 1897, Richmond County, NC.

                Notes for REBECCA WRIGHT:
                Be it remembered that on the 15th day of May 1888 Rebecca Wright, being at the time in her la st sickness in
                her own habitation in the County of Richmond did in the presence of us, who ha ve hereto subscribed our
                names as witnesses, declare her last will & testament, and did ordai n us an witnesses to take notice of the
                same as her will, as follows. Namely, that her wil l was that her sister Mary Wright should have all her
                property, both real and personal of eve ry description of which she died possessed of or tntitled to.

                In witness whereof we have subscribed our names to this writing, which contains, as above sta ted and set
                forth, the last will of the said Rebecca Wright, made as aforesaid. Written an d signed by us this 10th day of
                July 1888. A. S. McNeill and Matilda Mudd.

                Rebecca Wright - 1897 - North Carolina, Richmond County - Superior Court. In the matter of t he estate of
                Rebecca Wright, deceased. To Mary Wright: - You are hereby notified to show cau se, within twenty days
                after the service of this citation, before Z. F. Long, Clerk Superio r Court of Richmond County, why you shall
                not be deemed to have renounced your right to appl y for letters of administration on said estate or letters of
                administration with the will ann exed of the nuncupative will of Rebecca Wright, deceased, this June 30th
                1897. Z. F. Long, C lerk Superior Court of Richmond County.

                More About REBECCA WRIGHT:
                Record Change: October 11, 2005

         iv.    MARY WRIGHT, b. 1836, Richmond County, NC.

                More About MARY WRIGHT:
                Record Change: May 19, 2004

17.       v.    JAMES MACON WRIGHT, b. January 08, 1839, Richmond County, NC; d. December 26, 1919, Scotland
                County, NC.
         vi.    EMILY WRIGHT, b. 1842, Richmond County, NC; m. WILLIAM PEELE; b. 1842, Richmond County, NC.

                More About EMILY WRIGHT:
                Record Change: May 19, 2004

                More About WILLIAM PEELE:
                Record Change: October 25, 2004

         vii.   WILLIAM WRIGHT, b. 1848, Richmond County, NC.

                More About WILLIAM WRIGHT:
                Record Change: May 12, 2005


5. SABRA2 WRIGHT (GEORGE1)19,20 was born Abt. 1801, and died 1846 in Richmond County, NC.

Notes for SABRA WRIGHT:
LAST WILL & TESTAMENT OF SABRA WRIGHT - 15th April 1844



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State of North Carolina, Richmond County. April 15th, A.D. 1844. In the name of God Amen I Sa bra Wright of
the state and county aforesaid being weak in body, but of sound mind and memor y do this day make and publish
this my Last Will & Testament in the manner following. Viz. I give and bequeath unto my son, James Wright. my
Negro man Kader, my Negro Woman Dice, my Ne gro boy Peter, my Negro girl Tener, my Negro boy Lynn and
a Negro girl Nanny. I also give an d bequeath unto my son, John Wright, a Negro girl named Sintha. I also give
and bequeath unt o my son, James Wright, all the remaining parts of my property which I may die seized and pos
sessed with, my horse, all my stock of cattle, my stock of hogs, and stock of sheep, also al l my household and
kitchen furniture. All my farming utensils, one gig and harness, all of wh ich as above named I give absolutely,
and I nominate and appoint my trusty friend Thomas Gibs on executor to this my Last Will and Testament.
(Signed) Sabra WrightIn witness whereof I h ave hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the day and date
above written. Attest: Staffor d Gibson & Thomas GibsonThis will was proved in open court, July Term 1846 by
the oath of S tafford Gibson and Thomas Gibson. Recorded in Richmond County Will Book 3 page 34

Sabra Wright - 1846 - An inventory of the property of the estate of Sabra Wright, dec'd, whic h came into the
hands of Adm'r James C. Wright, shows 6 slaves (no names), a Negro man & woma n 2 two boys and 2 girls.
Henry Wm. Harrington was appointed as guardian of her son, Georg e Wright, on the 22nd day off Oct'r 1822.

More About SABRA WRIGHT:
Record Change: October 24, 2004

Children of SABRA WRIGHT are:
           i.   GEORGE3 WRIGHT.

                Notes for GEORGE WRIGHT:
                On Jan. 17, 1827, George Wright, 8, was apprenticed to Col. Harrington. There is no mention w hat became
                of George's mother. George Wright appears to have remained on the Harrington plant ation aftewards, is often
                mentioned in the colonel's journals as being there. At some point a fter George Wright reached manhood, he
                experienced health problems and his father, Col. Harri ngton, sent him to Tennessee for his health and to see
                after Harrington land holdings there . George is said to have died in Greene Co., TN, exact location and
                location of grave not kno wn. Some family sources said George was not married. However, it should be
                considered for add itional research that George Wright may have been married based upon the following:Ref.
                185B. 03/67 Greene Co., TN Will: In Green Co., TN the June 6, 1848 will of a William Jones Sr. wa s
                recorded. In that will, William Jones Sr. records that his deceased daughter, Nancy, was ma rried to a George
                Wright. Nancy and George had two children: William Wright & Martha Jane Wri ght. There is no
                documentation William Jones was from the Richmond Co. area, but it is believ ed some of the Jones family
                from Richmond Co. moved into TN. There is a known relationship be tween the Richmond Co. Jones and
                Wright families. This is speculation but it may be possibl e that the George Wright referred to above may have
                been George, the illegitimate sone of Col . Harrington..).

                More About GEORGE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: May 11, 2004

          ii.   JAMES WRIGHT.

                More About JAMES WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 12, 2004

         iii.   JOHN WRIGHT.

                More About JOHN WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 12, 2004


6. SAMUEL2 WRIGHT (GEORGE1)21,22,23 was born November 13, 1802 in Richmond County, NC, and died June
08, 1848 in Scotland County, NC. He married ANNA GIBSON24,25,26. She was born 1807 in Richmond County,
NC, and died 1866 in Richmond County, NC.

Notes for SAMUEL WRIGHT:
SAMUEL WRIGHT - 1849 - Pursuant to an Order of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Ric hmond
County, North Carolina, October Term A. D. 1849 - ordering and empowering us, Alexande r C. McKinnon,
Charles Malloy and William Graham, Commissioners to allot and divide the Negro es belonging to the estate of
Samuel Wright, deceased, between the several heirs and tenant s in common, having met on the premises on the

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15th day of Dec'r A.D. 1849 and after having b een duly sworn according to law do proceed to divide and allot
the said Negroes among the sev eral claimants, and allot to each his share in severalty in the following manner, to
wit:

To Daniel Wright, Rachel and her child, Moses and a girl Amy, valued at nine hundred and fif ty dollars.

To Samuel Wright, Tamer, Needham, Ben and York, valued at eight hundred and eighty dollars.

To Ann Wright, we allot, Sarah, Elijah and Elisha, valued at eight hundred dollars.

Unto Wm. W. OBryan & Wife Eliza, we allot Edy, Mandy & Mitton, valued at one thousand dollars .

To Sabry Wright, York and Charles, valued at nine hundred fifty dollars.

To Cameron Wright, we allot Dennis and Joan, valued at nine hundred and fifty dollars.

To Sarah Ann Wright, we allot Jack and Martin, valued at eight hundred and fifty dollars.

State of North Carolina}
Richmond County        }

Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions October Term 1849

To the worshipful the Justices of Richmond County Court. The petition in parte of Daniel Wri ght & William O.
Bryan and wife Eliza who was Eliza Wright, and of John Wright, Cameron Wrigh t, Sarah Ann Wright, Sabra
Wright & Samuel Wright (the five last named being minors who petit ion by their next friend and regular
guardian Thomas Gibson. Humbly represent to your worshi ps that Samuel Wright late Richmond County
departed this life intestate some time in the yea r 1848, leaving your petitioners his heirs at law, and his widow &
relict Ann Wright him surv iving. That at the time of death he was seized and possesed of a tract of land
containing ab out five hundred & sixt acres lying and being in the County of Richmond on the waters of Joe' s
Creek adjoining James C. Wright and Jane Pate & others, in which the widow has had dower as signed her, and
that the balance of said lands are held by your petitioners as tenant, in com mon and remains yet to be divided
among them in severalty.

Your petitions further sheweth unto your worships that your petitioner Daniel Wright is of la wful age, and Eliza
Wright is intermarried with your petitioner William O Bryand that the oth er petitioners are minors under age and
to whom Thomas Gibson has been appointed by this wors hipful court their regular guardian.

Your petitioners therefore pray your worships to appoint five freeholders according to law, u nconnected with
said petitioner who by consanquainity as affinity who together with the surve yor of the county shall view the
premises and lay off allot and partition the said lands amon g your petitioners.

Given under our hands and seals the 15th day of December 1849. (signed) Alexander C. McKinnon , Wm.
Graham & C. Malloy.

More About SAMUEL WRIGHT:
Burial: Old Pate Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
Record Change: March 02, 2005

Notes for ANNA GIBSON:
North Carolina, Richmond County - Richmond County Court, Jany Term 1868. To the Worshipful t he Justices
of said Court. The petition of John G. Wright, Archibald McNeill and wife Sara h Ann McNeill, against Samuel
G. Wright, Adm'r of Ann Wright, deceased, George W. Wright, Eli za Wright, heirs at law of Daniel Wright,
Martha Ann Wright, Hector Wright and Cameron Wrigh t heirs at law of Cameron G. Wright, and the heirs at law
of Eliza OBryan, viz., Susannah OBr yan, Samuel OBryan, Delia OBryan and Margaret OBryan.

1. Your peititioners show that Samuel G. Wright administered on the estate of Ann Wright a t January Term
1866 and took into his possession the property and effects of his intestate am ounting to much more that was
sufficient to pay the costs and charges of administration, an d all the debts from his intestate legitimately due.

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2. Your petitioners show that they together with the defendants are distributes and heirs a t law of Ann Wright,
dec'd, in the following order, to wit. - Arch McNeill and wife one shar e thereof; the heirs at law of Daniel
Wright, dec;d, one share thereof in severalty; to the h eirs at law of Cameron G. Wright, above named one share
thereof; to John G. Wright a share th ereof; to the children of Eliza OBryan one share thereof; and to Samuel G.
Wright one share t hereof.

3. Your petitioners show that the heirs at law of Daniel Wright, Cameron G. Wright and Eliz a OBryan are all
undr age without guardians.

4. Your petitioners show your Worships that they deisre to hold their share in severalty. T hat they have called
upon the said Samuel G. Wright, Adm'r as aforesaid to account and settl e with them according to their several
rights and interests. To that end they pray that a co py of this petitioner and subpoena be served on the defendants
requiring them to appear at th e next Term of this Court and how cause why the prayer of the petitioners shll not
be granted , and the the Court appoint a quardian ad litem for the minor heirs above named. And your pe titioners
will ever pray. McLean and McSween, Attos.
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The following is a true list of the sale of the perishable property of Ann Wright, dec'd, sol d on the 20th day of
February on six months credit. Purchasers names: John A. Gibson, Charlo tte Wright, S. L. Gibson, W. F. Smith,
E OBryan, Jeptha Gibson, Z. B. Gibson, Thomas Waters , Stafford Gibson, Robert Hanner, Nelson Brown, G. T.
Pate, Evander Fuller, A. McNeill, Thoma s Gibson, Samuel McLeod, George Fisher, J. P. Smith, and Isaac
Mason. (signed) Samuel G. Wrig ht, Administrator.

1850 Richmond County, NC Census - Stewartsville District - Family # 94 - Wright, Anna 43; Joh n 19; Cameron
17; Sarah 14; Sabra 12; Samuel 9.

1850 Richmond County NC Census, Slave Schedules - Stewartsville Township - Ann Wright has 1ma le 50; 1
female 24; 1 female 24; 1 female 6; 1 male 5; 1 male 2; 1 male 1; 1male 1.

1860 Richmond County, NC Census - Williamson District - Family # 688 - Wright, Ann 52; Saml 1 9; Gibson,
Peter 10.

1860 Richmond County NC Census, Slave Schedules - Williamson Township - Anna Wright has 1 mal e 60; 1
female 15.

More About ANNA GIBSON:
Record Change: February 03, 2005

Children of SAMUEL WRIGHT and ANNA GIBSON are:
18.          i.   ELIZABETH3 WRIGHT, b. January 10, 1825, Richmond County, NC; d. July 30, 1864, Harleesville, Dillon,
                  SC.
19.         ii.   DANIEL W. WRIGHT, b. 1829, Richmond County, NC; d. 1855, Richmond County, NC.
20.        iii.   JOHN WRIGHT, b. 1831, Richmond County, NC.
21.        iv.    CAMERON G. WRIGHT, b. 1833, Richmond County, NC; d. 1860, Richmond County, NC.
            v.    SARAH ANN WRIGHT, b. 1836, Richmond County, NC.

                  More About SARAH ANN WRIGHT:
                  Record Change: November 01, 2003

22.        vi.    SABRA WRIGHT, b. Abt. 1838, Richmond County, NC.
23.       vii.    SAMUEL GIBSON WRIGHT, b. February 28, 1841, Scotland County, NC; d. December 23, 1900, Scotland
                  County, NC.


7. DUNCAN CAMERON2 WRIGHT (GEORGE1)27,28,29 was born December 19, 1813 in Richmond County, NC, and
died November 27, 1898 in Hinds County, MS. He married (1) PERMELIA GOODWIN, daughter of SAMUEL
GOODWIN and MARY BRIGHT. She was born July 15, 1815 in South Carolina, and died August 01, 1869 in
Raymond, Hinds, MS. He married (2) MARIAH CATHERINE GODBOLD29 November 10, 1870, daughter of
REASON GODBOLD and SARAH MCLAURIN. She was born May 26, 1846 in Caseyvillle, Copiah, MIS, and died
May 09, 1883 in Raymond, Hinds, MS. He married (3) SARAH ELLEFAR CRISLER30 March 01, 1887 in Hinds
County, MS. She was born December 03, 1841.

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Notes for DUNCAN CAMERON WRIGHT:
1850 Marlboro County SC Census - Family # 53 - Wright, D. C. 36; Permelia 33; Francis18; Sime on 14; Sabria
12; T C (f) 8; Rosanna 6; Hector 2; Mary 75; Caulk John 52, Carriage maker; Mrs . Drucilla Goodwin 60.

1860 Hinds County, MS, Raymond, Census - Family # 1261 - D. Wright 46 value of personal estat e 20,865; P.
Wright 44 (f); F Wright 28 (m); N. Wright 16 (f); H. Wright 12 (m); W. Wrigh t 9 (m); N Wright 7 (m).

1870 Hinds County, Mississippi Census - Dry Grove - Family # 55 - Wright, D. C. 56; Franci s 38; Matilda 28;
Novella 22; Doctor H 21; Walter S 20; Neill 18; Robt M 8 b. MS; Christofe r 0 b. MS.

1880 Hinds County Mississippi, Raymond page 325C - Wright, D. C. 67; Mariah (wife) 35 b NC; F rank 48; N.
G. 26; George McIntosh 12 SSon; Wright H 8 b, MS son; Wright, Maggie 6 b. MS; Wri ght Viola 3 b. MS;
Wright, Printer 1 b. MS; Gibson, Bety 75 (black) b. MS.

Answer to a query to Hinds County, MS - They are all buried at Reeves Chapel Cemetery (now Hi nds
Independent Methodist Church) on the Old Port Gibson Road, the original Natchez Trace. Th is is located SE of
Raymond, and NW of Learned, if you look at a Hinds County/Mississippi map . The Wright antebellum home is
still standing off the Old Port Gibson Road and still in us e by the Wright family. It is a real showplace, but not
open for pilgrimages, etc. My father' s sister married Romuel Wright, a descendent of the family, and they lived in
Crystal Springs , MS in Copiah County. There was a huge family, and all the children had huge families. Uncl e
Romuel have a number of brothers and sisters. I am sure you already know a lot of that. Unc le Romuel and Aunt
Eleanor had 4 children, Eleanor Lacy (m. Sam Buckmaster and lives in Altan ta), Gregory, Nicholas, and Romuel.
Nick and Romuel live in Dallas, and Greg on the Keys in F lorida.

More About DUNCAN CAMERON WRIGHT:
Burial: Reeves Chapel Methodist Church, Hinds County, MS
Record Change: April 12, 2004

More About PERMELIA GOODWIN:
Record Change: February 23, 2005

More About MARIAH CATHERINE GODBOLD:
Burial: Reeves Chapel Methodist Church, Hinds County, MS
Record Change: May 04, 2005

More About SARAH ELLEFAR CRISLER:
Record Change: May 06, 2005

Children of DUNCAN WRIGHT and PERMELIA are:
24.        i.   FRANCIS3 FRANK WRIGHT, b. Abt. 1833, Richmond County, NC.
          ii.   SIMEON WRIGHT, b. 1836, North Carolina.

                More About SIMEON WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 12, 2004

         iii.   SABRA WRIGHT, b. 1838, North Carolina.

                More About SABRA WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 26, 2004

         iv.    T C WRIGHT, b. 1842, North Carolina.

                More About T C WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 12, 2004

          v.    ROSANNA WRIGHT, b. 1844, North Carolina.

                More About ROSANNA WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 12, 2004



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        vi.    HECTOR WRIGHT, b. 1848, South Carolina.

               Notes for HECTOR WRIGHT:
               1910 Washington County, Mississippi

               More About HECTOR WRIGHT:
               Record Change: May 06, 2005

       vii.    NOVELLA WRIGHT, b. June 1849, South Carolina; d. 1922, Mississippi; m. DANIEL M. GODBOLD31,
               February 09, 1875; b. June 05, 1851, Caseyvillle, Copiah, MIS; d. November 02, 1925, McComb, Pike, MIS.

               More About NOVELLA WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 12, 2004

               More About DANIEL M. GODBOLD:
               Record Change: April 12, 2004

       viii.   WALTER S WRIGHT, b. September 1851, South Carolina; d. Aft. 1900.

               Notes for WALTER S WRIGHT:
               1900 Washington County, Mississippi - Greenville - Family # 427 - Wright, Walter 50 b. Sep 18 49 SC;
               Hector 52 b. May 1848 SC (brother); Hooker 19 b. May 1881 MS.

               More About WALTER S WRIGHT:
               Record Change: May 08, 2005

25.     ix.    NEIL G WRIGHT, b. September 27, 1852; d. April 03, 1944.
         x.    PETER WRIGHT, b. April 16, 1855; d. February 02, 1859.

               More About PETER WRIGHT:
               Burial: Reeves Chapel Methodist Church, Hinds County, MS
               Record Change: May 04, 2005

        xi.    LAWRENCE WRIGHT, b. June 10, 1857; d. August 02, 1858.

               More About LAWRENCE WRIGHT:
               Burial: Reeves Chapel Methodist Church, Hinds County, MS
               Record Change: May 04, 2005


Children of DUNCAN WRIGHT and MARIAH GODBOLD are:
       xii.    HOPE3 WRIGHT31, b. September 17, 1871, Raymond, Hinds, MS; d. December 19, 1903, Rayville, LA.

               More About HOPE WRIGHT:
               Burial: Reeves Chapel Methodist Church, Hinds County, MS
               Record Change: May 04, 2005

       xiii.   MARGARET WRIGHT, b. September 11, 1874, Raymond, Hinds, MS; d. September 10, 1942.

               More About MARGARET WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 12, 2004

       xiv.    VIOLA GODBOLD WRIGHT, b. March 01, 1877, Raymond, Hinds, MS; d. October 12, 1912, Rayville,
               Richland, LA; m. URAL ROSCOE SOREY, February 21, 1899, Rayville, LA.

               More About VIOLA GODBOLD WRIGHT:
               Record Change: May 08, 2005

               More About URAL ROSCOE SOREY:
               Record Change: May 08, 2005

        xv.    PRENTISS S WRIGHT31, b. May 21, 1879, Raymond, Hinds, MS; d. August 01, 1951, Edwards, Hinds, MS;
               m. ANN MARY HAYNES.

               More About PRENTISS S WRIGHT:
               Record Change: May 08, 2005

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               More About ANN MARY HAYNES:
               Record Change: May 08, 2005

        xvi.   CHARLES HOOKER WRIGHT32, b. May 27, 1881, Raymond, Hinds, MS; d. August 16, 1965, Tallahassee,
               FL.

               More About CHARLES HOOKER WRIGHT:
               Record Change: May 06, 2005


8. JAMES CAMERON2 WRIGHT (GEORGE1)33,34,35 was born July 11, 1818 in Richmond County, NC, and died
October 09, 1892 in Marlboro County, SC. He married (1) MAHALIA. She was born October 12, 1830, and died
August 10, 1857. He married (2) JANE. She was born February 05, 1837, and died March 08, 1888.

Notes for JAMES CAMERON WRIGHT:
1850 Richmond County NC Census - Stewartsville District - Family # 92 - Wright, James 31; Meh ala 19
(newlywed); James 14.

1880 Marlboro County SC Census - page 476A - Hebron - Wright, James C. 61 b. NC; Mahalia 42 b . SC; Zack
24 b. SC; Edward 15 b. SC; Margaret 15 b. SC; Ellenora 11 b. SC; James H 8 b. SC ; Duncan 7 b. SC; Robert 5
b. SC; Jane 2 b. SC.

James served in Company K, 1st SC (Orr's) Rifles during the Civil War.

1st Regiment Rifles, known as Orr's Rifles, was organized at Sandy Springs, South Carolina, i n July, 1861. Its
members were recruited in the counties of Abbeville, Pickens, Anderson, an d Marion. The unit was first
stationed on Sullivan's Island and called by the other troops "T he Pound Cake Regiment" because of its light
duty. Then in April, 1862, it moved to Virgini a with 1,000 men. Assigned to General Gregg's and McGowan's
Brigade, it fought with the arm y from the Seven Days' Battles to Cold Harbor . Later the regiment endured the
hardships of t he Petersburg trenches and the Appomattox operations. Of the 537 engaged at Gaines' Mill, f ifty-
nine percent were killed, wounded or missing. The unit reported 116 casualties at Secon d Manassas and 170 at
Fredericksburg, then lost forty-nine percent of the 233 at Chancellorsv ille and three percent of the 366 at
Gettysburg. There were 12 killed and 81 wounded at The W ilderness, 15 killed, 36 wounded, and 44 missing at
Spotsylvania 3 killed and 34 wounded a t Deep Bottom, and 9 killed and 37 wounded at Poplar Springs Church.
It surrendered 9 officer s and 148 men. The field officers were Colonels Daniel A. Ledbetter, James W.
Livingston, J . Foster Marshall, George M. Miller, James L. Orr, and James M. Perrin; Lieutenant Colonels W
illiam M. Hadden, F.E. Harrison, Joseph J. Norton, and James T. Robertson; and Majors John B . Moore and
Leonard Rogers.

More About JAMES CAMERON WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Bennettsville, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: February 23, 2005

Notes for MAHALIA:
1850 Richmond County NC Census - Stewartsville Dictrict - Family # 92 - Wright, James 31; Meh ala19
(newlywed); James 14.

More About MAHALIA:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Bennettsville, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: April 11, 2004

More About JANE:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Bennettsville, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: April 11, 2004

Child of JAMES WRIGHT and MAHALIA is:
          i.   ZACKARY T3 WRIGHT36,37, b. February 27, 1855, Marlboro County, SC; d. November 04, 1926; m.
               BEATRICE, Abt. 1886; b. April 21, 1855; d. October 11, 1924.

               Notes for ZACKARY T WRIGHT:

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                1910 Marlboro County, SC Census - Hebron Twp - Family # 20 - Wright, Zachery T. 55; Beadie M . 54.
                They have had no children.

                1920 Marlboro County, SC Census - Hebron Twp - Family # 169 - Wright, Zack 65; Beadie 65.

                More About ZACKARY T WRIGHT:
                Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
                Record Change: February 17, 2005

                More About BEATRICE:
                Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
                Record Change: April 11, 2004


Children of JAMES WRIGHT and JANE are:
          ii.   EDWARD3 WRIGHT, b. 1856, Marlboro County, SC.

                More About EDWARD WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 11, 2004

         iii.   MARGARET WRIGHT, b. 1867, Marlboro County, SC.

                More About MARGARET WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 11, 2004

         iv.    ELLENORA WRIGHT, b. 1869, Marlboro County, SC.

                More About ELLENORA WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 11, 2004

26.       v.    JAMES H WRIGHT, b. May 31, 1871, Marlboro County, SC; d. April 20, 1945, Marlboro County, SC.
27.      vi.    DUNCAN C. WRIGHT, b. 1873, Marlboro County, SC.
        vii.    ROBERT L WRIGHT38, b. December 25, 1875; d. November 16, 1899.

                More About ROBERT L WRIGHT:
                Burial: Wright Cemetery, Bennettsville, Marlboro, SC
                Record Change: April 11, 2004

        viii.   JANE WRIGHT, b. 1878, Marlboro County, SC.

                More About JANE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 11, 2004


                                                    Generation No. 3

9. JOHN J.3 WRIGHT (CAMERON G.2, GEORGE1) was born 1818 in Richmond County, NC, and died Aft. 1870. He
married PIETY. She was born Abt. 1825 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1870.

Notes for JOHN J. WRIGHT:
1850 Richmond County Census - Stewartsville District - Family 322 - Wright, John 28; Piety 25 ; George 7; Lucy
5; William 2. Living next door to his mother, Lucy.

1860 Richmond County Census - Williamson District - Family 662 - Wright John 36; Hety 30; Cam eron 18;
Lucy 15; John 8; James 8; Queen Vic. 3. Believe this is the same John.

1870 Richmond County Census - Williamson Township - Family # 35 - Wright, John J. 50; Piety 4 5; John 19;
James 16; Queeny 11; Jefferson D. 8 (this could be the son of Daniel and Sallie O domWright).

More About JOHN J. WRIGHT:
Record Change: April 07, 2005

More About PIETY:

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Record Change: April 07, 2005

Children of JOHN WRIGHT and PIETY are:
           i.   GEORGE4 WRIGHT, b. 1843, Richmond County, NC.

                Notes for GEORGE WRIGHT:
                George is listed as Cameron, age 18, in the 1860 Richmond County Census - Family # 662 in Wil liamson
                District.

                More About GEORGE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: March 26, 2004

          ii.   LUCY WRIGHT, b. 1845, Richmond County, NC.

                More About LUCY WRIGHT:
                Record Change: March 26, 2004

         iii.   WILLIAM WRIGHT, b. 1848, Richmond County, NC.

                Notes for WILLIAM WRIGHT:
                William Wright, age 30, is living with his brother, James Wright, Family # 306 in Williamso n Township.

                More About WILLIAM WRIGHT:
                Record Change: March 26, 2004

         iv.    JOHN WRIGHT, b. 1851, Richmond County, NC.

                More About JOHN WRIGHT:
                Record Change: March 26, 2004

28.       v.    JAMES P WRIGHT, b. October 18, 1854, Richmond County, NC; d. December 05, 1917.
         vi.    QUEENY WRIGHT, b. 1858, Richmond County, NC.

                Notes for QUEENY WRIGHT:
                Queene Wright, age 19, is living with her brother, James Wright, Family # 306 in Williamson T ownship.

                More About QUEENY WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 22, 2004

        vii.    JEFFERSON D WRIGHT, b. 1862, Richmond County, NC.

                More About JEFFERSON D WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 17, 2005


10. JANE3 WRIGHT (CAMERON G.2, GEORGE1) was born Abt. May 1826 in Richmond County, NC, and died Aft.
1900 in Scotland County, NC. She married WILLIAM CHANCE. He was born 1820 in Richmond County, NC, and
died Aft. 1880 in Richmond County, NC.

Notes for JANE WRIGHT:
Jane Wright Chance, age 74, is living with her son, Thomas Chance in Lower Williamson Townshi p, Family #
196 in 1900 Scotland County Census.

More About JANE WRIGHT:
Record Change: March 26, 2004

Notes for WILLIAM CHANCE:
1860 Richmond County Census - Williamson District - Family 752/752 - Chance, William 40; Jan e wife 35;
Elizabeth 17; William 14; Sarah A. 11; Archibald 8; Thomas 4.

1870 Richmond County Census - Williamson Township - Family # 92 - Chance, Wm W. 51; Jane 45 ; Archibald
17; Thomas 14; Florence J. 9.



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1880 Richmond County, Williamson Township - William CHANCE 60 b. NC Occ: Farming Fa: NC Mo : NC;
Jane CHANCE Wife 52 b. NC Occ:Keeps House Fa: NC Mo: NC; Florence CHANCE, dau 19 b. NC.

More About WILLIAM CHANCE:
Record Change: April 15, 2003

Children of JANE WRIGHT and WILLIAM CHANCE are:
           i.   ELIZABETH4 CHANCE, b. 1842, Richmond County, NC.

                More About ELIZABETH CHANCE:
                Record Change: April 15, 2003

          ii.   WILLIAM CHANCE, b. 1846, Richmond County, NC.

                More About WILLIAM CHANCE:
                Record Change: April 15, 2003

         iii.   SARAH ANN CHANCE, b. 1849, Richmond County, NC.

                More About SARAH ANN CHANCE:
                Record Change: April 15, 2003

         iv.    ARCHIBALD CHANCE, b. 1852, Richmond County, NC.

                More About ARCHIBALD CHANCE:
                Record Change: April 15, 2003

29.       v.    THOMAS CHANCE, b. May 20, 1856, Richmond County, NC; d. October 11, 1935.
         vi.    FLORENCE CHANCE, b. 1861, Richmond County, NC.

                More About FLORENCE CHANCE:
                Record Change: April 15, 2003


11. SABRA3 WRIGHT (CAMERON G.2, GEORGE1) was born 1829, and died August 08, 1909. She married ALBERT
W. WRIGHT39 January 21, 1845 in Richmond County, NC, son of GEORGE WRIGHT and REBECCA. He was born
September 10, 1822 in Richmond County, NC, and died July 31, 1908 in Scotland County, NC.

More About SABRA WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 18, 2005

Notes for ALBERT W. WRIGHT:
1850 Richmond County NC Census - Stewartsville District - Family # 338 - Wright, Albert 26; Z abra 24; Milton
4; Simeon 3; Hamilton 1.

Albert is not listed in the 1860 Richmond County census. Sabrah is listed with the children.

1860 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson District - Family # 678 - Wright, Sabrah 32; Will is 14; Simeon
12; Hamilton 10; Mahala 8; Rebecca 6.

1870 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson District - Family # 34 - Wright, Albert 47; Sabr e 44; Simon 21;
Hampton 19; Mahala J 17; Rebecca 15.

1880 Richmond County, Williamson Township - Allbert WRIGHT 55 NC Occ: Farming; Sabra WRIGH T
Wife W 54 NC Occ: Keeping House; Mahalia WRIGHT Dau W 20; Becka WRIGHT Dau W 18 NC ;
Ben DAVIS M B16 SC Occ: Laborer-Servant

1900 Scotland County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family # 133 - Wright, Albert 77 b. Se p 1822 living
alone.

More About ALBERT W. WRIGHT:

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Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
Record Change: April 16, 2004

Children of SABRA WRIGHT and ALBERT WRIGHT are:
30.        i.   MILTON4 WRIGHT, b. December 11, 1845, Richmond County, NC; d. February 10, 1930.
31.       ii.   SIMEON P WRIGHT, b. July 17, 1849, Richmond County, NC; d. June 15, 1928, Marlboro County, SC.
32.      iii.   C. HAMILTON WRIGHT, b. July 22, 1849, Richmond County, NC; d. February 09, 1928, Raeford, Hoke, NC.
         iv.    MAHALA WRIGHT, b. 1852, Richmond County, NC; d. November 11, 1910.

                More About MAHALA WRIGHT:
                Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: April 16, 2004

          v.    REBECCA WRIGHT, b. January 27, 1854, Richmond County, NC; d. November 28, 1921, Scotland County,
                NC.

                More About REBECCA WRIGHT:
                Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: April 17, 2004


12. GEORGE P3 WRIGHT (CAMERON G.2, GEORGE1) was born 1832 in Richmond County, NC. He married
MIRANDA WILLIAMSON40, daughter of CHLOE WILLIAMSON. She was born September 24, 1835, and died May
30, 1912.

Notes for GEORGE P WRIGHT:
1860 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson District - Family # 681 - Wright, George P. 28; M iranda 26;
Picket L. 7; Chloe F. 5; Geo. W. 2;

More About GEORGE P WRIGHT:
Record Change: May 21, 2004

Notes for MIRANDA WILLIAMSON:
1870 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson- PO Box Laurel Hill - Family # 109 - Wright, Mira nda 35;
Picket L 17; Cloah F 15; George W 12; Wm T 8; Williamson, Salenena 50.

1880 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson, page 339C - Wright, Maranda 46; Picket 26; Georg e W 21;
William 17; Williamson Selina 62 (sister)

1900 Scotland County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family # 287 - Wright, William 38 b. M arch 1862;
Emma 40, born August 1859; Ruth 7 born February 1893; Clayton 2, born July 1897 ; Miranda 66; born
September 1833 (mother)

Salina C. Williamson - 1895 - In the name of God amen, I Salina C. Williamson of the above st ate and county,
being weak in body, but of sound mind, memory and understanding, praise be Go d for the same. But considering
the uncertainty of my earthly existence do make this my las t will and testament in manner following.First: That
my executors herein named shall provid e for my body a decent burial, and pay the expenses of same out of my
personal property.Sec ond: I do give my real estate which consists of an undivided interest "of the land upon whic
h I now live on", containing sixty acres. To my beloved nephew P.L. Wright, I give ten acre s and to my niece
Chloe F. Wright I give ten acres and to my nephew G. Watt Wright I give twe nty acres and to my nephew
William T. Wright I give twenty acres.Third: I give and bequeat h to my beloved sister Miranda Wright all the
personal property of whatever kinds or natur e I may own on the place or off the place at the time of my death.
Fourth: I do constitut e and appoint William T. Wright sole executor of this my last will and testament, hereby
revo king and making void all and every other will or wills at any time made by me, and do declar e this to be my
last will and testament.In witness whereof I the said Salina C. Williamso n have hereunto set my hand and seal
this the 27th day of March AD 1891.Signed X her mark S alina C. WilliamsonSigned and published by the said
Salina C. Williamson as her last will a nd testament in the presence of us by her request as witnesses thereto. J.A.
McNeill & J.A. W oodard.

More About MIRANDA WILLIAMSON:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Walters Road, Scotland, NC

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Record Change: May 18, 2005

Children of GEORGE WRIGHT and MIRANDA WILLIAMSON are:
          i.   PICKETT L4 WRIGHT, b. 1853, Richmond County, NC.

               More About PICKETT L WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 23, 2004

33.      ii.   CHLOE FRANCES WRIGHT, b. May 15, 1855; d. March 22, 1930, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC.
        iii.   GEORGE WATT WRIGHT41,42,43, b. May 02, 1858, Richmond County, NC; d. April 14, 1923, Gibson,
               Scotland, NC.

               Notes for GEORGE WATT WRIGHT:
               1900 Scotland County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family # 293 - Wright, G. Watt 38 b. F eb 1862.

               Last Will and Testament of G. Watt Wright: In the name of God Amen; I, George Watt Wright, k nowning
               the uncertainty of life and the certained of death do hereby make this my last will a nd testament as follows:

               I give and bequeath to my beloved brother, William T. Wright, all the property both real an d personal
               including any money or bonds or any other secutities I may own at my death execp t my one-half interest in
               the lands known as the P. L. Wright tract now owned jointly by myse lf and my beloved brother William T.
               Wright. This land I give to my beloved niece, Ruth Pat e Wright Gibson, wife of Archie E. Gibson. I
               futhermore request that all my debts be paid an d my body given a decent burial, and a suitable monument
               erected to mark my resting place.

                                                                          G . Watt Wright

               Witness:

               L. T. Gibson.
               F. D. Gibson.

               I appoint as executor to this my last will and testament my beloved brother, William T. Wrigh t.
               Proved in Scotland County Superior Court 17th day of April, 1923.

                   G. Watt Wright - On Saturday, April 14, many hearts were sad in Gibson and the surroundi ng country, for
               "Mr. Watt" had passed away. No one has ever gone from this community who wa s missed more. We miss
               him in our homes, on the street, in his place of business, in the Sun day school, and most of all we miss his
               beautiful tenor voice in the choir at the church he l oved.
                   During all the weeks of his declining health his home had been the mecca of the childre n and also his
               older friends. He used to say, "Give me my flowers while I can enjoy them," a nd he surely had his wish
               granted for we never saw his room bare of flowers at any time durin g his illness. So often during his last
               weeks we heard him say, " I don' know why the peopl e are so good to me," but we knew why. We dougt
               there is a home in Gibson into which Mr. Wa tt had not gone with help and cheer in times of sickness and
               trouble.
                    No one can ever take his place in the hearts of the children, for none of them knew hi m, but to love. He
               was never too busy to too tired to go with them swinning or blackberrying , or to chaperone their picnics and
               other little outings; and no mother need be uneasy abou t her child when it was with Mr. Watt. His good
               influence will live on in the hearts of th e children he loved and who loved him.
                    George Washington Wright, or as he, was better known, Watt Wright, was born May 1, 185 8. He was
               the son of George and Miranda Wright and the third of four children, two of who su rvie him, a sister, Mrs.
               Francis Wright, and a brother, Mr. W. T. Wright. In early life he w as converted and became a member of St.
               Johns church, but later moved to Gibson Methodist chu ch, as the last 30 years of his life were spent there.
               He was a consistent Christian and a l all times a friend to those in need.
                    January 22 he suffered a slight stroke of paralysis and from that time his conditio n gradually became
               worse. At the beginning of his illness he was removed to the home of hi s brother, where everything possible
               was done for his comfort and pleasure. Up to the time t hat he was stricken he was as spry as a boy of 18. He
               was confined to his bed less than a we ek. During all his illness, even though suffering intensely, no
               complaint passed his lips, a nd he was cheerful and his own jolly self as long as he was conscious. As long as
               he could s peak he thanked every one for anything they did for him.
                     On Sunday afternoon he was tently laid to rest in the family burying ground in the p resence of hudnreds
               of sorrowing friends. His pastor, Rev. A. J. Parker, spoke tenderly of t he beautiful life he had lived amoung
               us, and the choir of which he had been a member sang se veral selections. The children with tearful voices
               and streaming eyes sang one of the song s they had so often sung with him. The boys of the G. Watt Wright
               Sunday school class covere d his grave with the beautiful floral tributes of his friends.
                    We miss you so, Mr. Watt, but we know that we can go to you in that home where pain , sickness, sorrw

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               and old age, can never come.                 One who loved him.

               The Laurinburg Exchange - September 27, 1923 - Memorial Service For Late G. Watt Wright At Gi bson
               Under Auspices of Gibson Young People's Missionary Society Sunday - The Gibson Methodist chur ch was
               the scene of one of the most impressive occasions of its history Sunday morning whe n a memorial service
               was held under the auspices of the Gibson Young People's Missionary Soci ety. in memory of the late Mr. G.
               Watt Wright, who was one of the most beloved and most highl y honored citizens of this commntiy.
                   The Service was opened with the song, "River of Life," rendered by the choir which was o ne of his
               favorite pieces. Following the opening anthem were a number of addresses. Mr. Jac k Gibson who spoke for
               the young people presented very ably his many virtues and his worth t o the community by having lived in it.
               Mr. Willie Gison and Mr. L. T. Gibson spoke for the S unday school and Bible class respectively. Next in the
               program was a solo, "Abide With Me, " by Miss Mildred Gibson. Following this number Mr. N. T. Fletcher,
               Jr., spoke for the Junio rs and little Miss Mildred Lytch for the children, after which was a duet, " My Lov'd
               One Res t," whick was very beautifully rendered by Misses Mildred Gibson and Belle Caulk. The concl
               uding number was an address by the Hon. L. M. Blue, who presented in a very touching manner t he value of
               a Christian life. He spoke at length of his Christian character, his devotion t o duty and his love for his fellow
               man. The congregation was dismissed with prayer led by Mr . Blue.

               More About GEORGE WATT WRIGHT:
               Burial: Wright Cemetery, Walters Road, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: October 10, 2005

34.      iv.   WILLIAM T WRIGHT, b. March 16, 1862, Richmond County, NC; d. June 19, 1934, Scotland County, NC.


13. DANIEL D.3 WRIGHT (CAMERON G.2, GEORGE1)44,45 was born June 28, 1834 in Richmond County, NC, and
died April 15, 1918 in Laurinburg, Scotland, NC. He married ELIZABETH SMITH September 29, 1852 in
Richmond County, NC, daughter of JAMES SMITH and LUVENIA MCFARLAND. She was born December 18, 1834
in Richmond County, NC, and died October 22, 1929 in Scotland County, NC.

Notes for DANIEL D. WRIGHT:
Company 3, 33rd Regiment - "Daniel D. Wright, Private - Resided in Richmond County and enlis ted at Camp
Holmes, near Raleigh, at age 30, October 27, 1864, for the war. Present or accou nted for until he surrendered at
Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9, 1865."

Daniel was in the presences of both General Robert E. Lee and General Ulysses S. Grant at th e end of the Civil
War. He probably didn't realize at the time the importance of being at Ap pomattox Court House on that day,
other than that the war was ended.

1870 Richmond County, North Carolina - Williamson Township - Family # 104 - Wright, Daniel D . 36;
Elizabeth 35; Charles W. 15; Robert 13; Lawrence P. 7; Lamelia 5; Ann E. 3.

1880 Richmond County Census - Williamson Township - Family         Wright, Daniel D. 46; E lizabeth 45;
Robert 21; Loance 17; Lamelia 14; Anna E 12; Emma 9; Lucy 80 (mother); Walter Da vis, servant.

1900 Scotland County Census - Williamson Township - Upper Williamson Precinct - Family # 288/ 293 Wright,
Daniel D. 64 b. June 1835, Farmer; Elizabeth wife 65. b. December 1834; Ann E . daughter 30 b. June 1870;
Smith, Lamelia mother-in-law, 86 b. May 1814. Lamelias parent s were born in Scotland.

1910 Scotland County Census - Upper Williamson Township - Family # 182 - Wright, Daniel D 75 ; Elizabeth
75; Janie E 40.

Mr. D. D. Wright Died Monday At Age of 84 - Prominent Citizen of Near Gibson Dies at Advance d Age, Buried
Tuesday. - "Mr. D. D. Wright, one of the oldest citizens of the county, died Mo nday at his home near Gibson at
the advanced age of 84 years. Funeral services were held Tue sday morning at 11 o'clock, and the remains were
laid to rest in the Wright family burying gr ound. Rev. W. H. Brown of Gibson conducted the services. A large
crowd of friends and relat ives and neighbors were present at the funeral, and the beautiful floral offerings bore
testi mony to the esteem in which Mr. Wright was held in his community and the county.
     Mr. Wright was a man of rugged character, fearless and upright. He was a substantial c itizen and a man of
usefulness in the community, a loving husband and father. Surviving ar e a widow and two daughters and two
sons: Miss Lizzie Wright, Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mr. Charl es Wright and Mr. Robert Wright, and one
granddaughter, Miss Lonnie Wright.

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Last Will and Testament of Daniel D. Wright

North Carolina, Scotland County - I, Daniel D. Wright, of aforesaid State and County, being o f sound mind and
memory, but considering the uncertainty of my earthly existence, make this m y last will and testament, in manner
following:

I do give and devise to my wife, Elizabeth Wright and my daughter, Lizzie Wright, the followi ng described tracts
or parcels of land situated in the above State and County. 1st Tract - A ll that part of the Martha and Nancy
Brown 49 1/2 acres, that is situated North of a line run ning South eighty two and one half degrees West from my
own and M. B. Smith corner, situate d with and opposite or strait with bend in Big Ditch to the line of Henry F.
Gibson land, con taining Twenty-one acres, more or less. Also all the Martha and Nancy Brown 39 65/100 acre t
ract. All the Charles Malloy 80 acre tract. Also all the Murdock Morrison tract, containin g 13 acres. Also all
the Martha and Nancy Brown 13 acre tract, containing in all abut 166 6 5/100 acres, including my residence
together with all other buildings and improvements situat ed thereon, to be possessed and enjoyed in common
during the life of the said Elizabeth Wrigh t, my wife, and upon the event of her death the above described lands
will all improvements t o become the property of the said Lizzie Wright, my daughter, in fee simple, to her use
and t he use of her heirs and assigns forever.

I also give to my wife, Elizabeth Wright and my daughter, Lizzie Wright, all agricultural imp lements, all
machinery, vehicles, all household and kitchen furniture, of whatever kind or na ture, all goods and merchandise,
all provisions on hand, all growing crops. One Bay mare an d all cattle and hogs or other farm animals I may own
at my death. One Ford automobile. Als o Five hundred dollars to be paid to each the said Elizabeth Wright, my
wife, and Lizzie Wrig ht, my daughter, out life insurance money.

I do give and bequeath to my son, Charles W. Wright, all that tract of land which I purchase d of Thomas G.
Smith, except there from 12 1/2 acres deed to M. B. Smith, the 2nd day of Marc h 1911. Also all that tract of
land purchased by me from M. B. Smith, 2nd March 1911, contai ning 11 25/100 acres. Also all that tract of land
lying South of a line mentioned above in t his my Will, to-wit: Running South 82 1/2 West from my and M. B.
Smith's corner opposite o f and strait with then bend in the Big Ditch to H. F. Gibson's line, containing about 40
acre s and known as the Bill field, to his use and use of his heirs and assigns forever.

I give and bequeath to my son, Robert L. Wright, all that tract of land "Being a part of th e Thomas Beasly land"
situated and lying South and West of the following line. Beginning a t an iron stake in the field, a corner of the
Lawrence Wright , deceased, 40 3/4 acres and ru nning thence North 78 degrees East with said Lawrence
Wright's, deceased, line Ten chains t o a stake in said line, thence North 20 degrees West to the run of Beasly's
branch, thence u p said branch and with my lines back to the beginning, containing sixty acres, more or less .
Also all that tract of containing Eight acres purchased by me of J. D. Beasly. I also giv e to him the said, Rober
L. Wright, two hundred dollars, to be paid out of money derived fro m life insurance.

I give and bequeath to my daughter, Emma Johnson, wife of Robert Johnson, all that porton o f the tract of land
purchased by me of E. J. Mason and wife, and known as the Martin place, a nd described as follows. Beginning
at a stake by Mulbery tree a corner of the Nicholas Beasl y, deceased, land and runs as said Beasly line N. 30
west 31 63/100 chains to corner; thenc e South 61 East fifty chains to a state: thence South 32 East eighteen and
25/100 chains t o the fun of Beasly'sbranch; thence up run of said branch to said Nicholas Beasly's line; the nce
North 60 East to beginning, containing 65 acres, to her the said Emma Johnson and her her is and assigns forever.

I give and bequeath to my grand daughter, Lizzie Lawrence Wright, the remainder of the Thoma s Beasly tract
not already disposed of, described as follows. Benining at a stake stuated o n the line of the Lawrence Wright,
deceased, line ten chains from the iron stake ad runs N. 2 0 West to rund of Beasly's branch; thence down said run
to corner of said Lawrence Wright, de ceased, land about 25 yard below the ford or bridge on said branch; thence
to the beginning , containing 17 acres more or less. Also another tract known as the Lawrence Wright, decease d,
tract, containing 40 3/4 acres, more or less, to her the said Lizzie Lawrence Wright, he r heirs and assigns forever.

It is my will that money coming into the hands of my Executors hereinafter named, that afte r paying legacy's
above mentioned in this my last Will and expense of executing the remainde r shall be equally divided among all
my children and my grand daughter, Lizzie Lawrence Wrigh t, share and share alike.

I hereby name and constitute my son, Charles W. Wright, and my friend, John D. McDonald, as s ole Executors,

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to all intents and purposes to execute this my last Will and Testament accorin g to the true intent and meaning of
the same, hereby revoking and making void all other will s by me heretofore made.

In testimoney whereof, I the said Daniel D. Wright, do hereunto set my hand and seal, this th e 23rd day of May
1916.

D. D. Wright, {seal{

Signed, sealed and declared by me the said Daniel D. Wright to be my last Will and Testamen t in the presence of
us who at his request and in his presence to subscribe our names as witn ess thereto.

Witness: W. F. Parker & J. A. McNeill

Proved in Scotland County Superior Court 20th day of April 1918.

More About DANIEL D. WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Springfield, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 03, 2005

More About ELIZABETH SMITH:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Springfield, Scotland, NC
Record Change: April 15, 2003

Children of DANIEL WRIGHT and ELIZABETH SMITH are:
35.        i.   CHARLES WESLEY4 WRIGHT, b. October 04, 1854, Richmond County, NC; d. February 17, 1929,
                Laurinburg, Scotland, NC.
          ii.   ROBERT L. WRIGHT, b. September 10, 1857, Richmond County, NC; d. November 19, 1929, Scotland
                County, NC; m. MAGGIE MCCALL, April 14, 1886, Richmond County, NC; b. July 18, 1870; d. December
                05, 1934.

                More About ROBERT L. WRIGHT:
                Burial: Wright Cemetery, Springfield, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: July 05, 2004

                More About MAGGIE MCCALL:
                Burial: McCall Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: January 10, 2005

36.      iii.   LAWRENCE PRESTON WRIGHT, b. June 27, 1863, Richmond County, NC; d. June 04, 1890.
         iv.    LAMELIA WRIGHT, b. Abt. 1865, Richmond County, NC.

                More About LAMELIA WRIGHT:
                Record Change: October 20, 2005

          v.    ANNIE ELIZABETH WRIGHT46, b. June 18, 1867, Richmond County, NC; d. July 12, 1923, Charlotte,
                Mecklenburg, NC.

                Notes for ANNIE ELIZABETH WRIGHT:
                Miss Annie Elizabeth Wright Dies At Charlottee Thursday - Estimable and Beloved Woman of Scot land Dies
                at Charlotte Santaorium After Long Illness - Miss Annie Elizabeth Wright, daught o f the late D. D. Wright,
                and Mrs. Elizabeth Wright, who i still living at the family homestea d near Laurel Hill at the age of 90 years,
                died Thursday morning, July 12, at the Charlott e Sanatorium. Miss Wright had been in declining health for a
                period of nearly three years . For five months she had been in bed most of the time and had been at the
                Charlotte Sanator ium for three months before death. Everything that loving hands and hearts, combined with
                th e knowledge and skill of medicine, could do was not sufficient to stay the hand of disease an d death.
                    Funeral services were held Friday morning at 10 o'clock from the home near Laurel Hill . Rev. A. J.
                Parker, her pastor, conducted the funeral service, which was followed by the in terment in the family burying
                gound. The grave was covered with beautiful flowers. The pal l bearers were: Messrs. Z. V. Wright, C. A.
                Wright, L. P. Wright, Marvin Gibson, Ed Currie a nd D. W. Gibson.
                    The funeral service was a simple one, the minister offered a most beautiful and touchin g prayer, dwelling
                upon the character and nobility of soul of the deceased and asking divin e comfort for the bereaved family.
                    Miss Wrights' age was 56 years and 24 days. She was well known in her community and wa s greatly
                loved by those who knew her. For 45 years she had been a member of St. Johns Metho dist church. She was

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               a loyal consistent Christian, and an active church worker, be particula rly interested in the foreign mission
               enterprise of her church. She was active in the woman' s organizations and a leader.
                   Surviving is the aged mother, and two brothers and one sister, Messrs. C. W. and R. L. W right, and Mrs.
               Emma Johnson all of Laurel Hill.

               More About ANNIE ELIZABETH WRIGHT:
               Burial: Wright Cemetery, Springfield, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: October 20, 2005

         vi.   EMMA WRIGHT, b. June 1870, Richmond County, NC; m. ROBERT JOHNSON.

               More About EMMA WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 15, 2003

               More About ROBERT JOHNSON:
               Record Change: April 17, 2003


14. DARLING PATE3 WRIGHT (WILLIAM P2, GEORGE1)47,48,49 was born June 06, 1821 in Richmond County, NC,
and died January 31, 1898 in Richmond County, NC. He married JEANETTE MCCORMICK50, daughter of
ARCHICALD MCCORMICK and JEANETTE MCKINNON. She was born December 08, 1821, and died May 08, 1908
in Scotland County, NC.

Notes for DARLING PATE WRIGHT:
1850 Richmond County NC Census - Stewartsville District - Family # 65 - Wright, Darling 28; J ennet 27;
William 6; Jane 3; Darling 4.

1850 Richmond County NC Census - Stewartsville Township, Slave Schedules - Darling Wright ha d 1 female
33; male 3; 2 female.

1860 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson District - Family # 697 - Wright, Darlin P. 39 Fa rmer; Jennet
38; William L. 15; Sophronia 12; D. A. 10; D. F. 8; Novelia 6: Daniel C 4; Marga ret E 2.

1860 Richmond County NC Census- Williamson Township - Slave Schedules - Darling P. Wright ha d 1 female
16.

1870 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson District - Family # 211 - Wright, Darling P. 49 ; Jennett 48;
Archibald 20; Duncan J. 17; Novella F. 16; Daniel O. 14; Margaret 11; Stephe n M 9; Wm F. 6; McKenzie Violet
20 (black); Stanback Antony 17 (black); Howard Thos 16 (black ) the last three are all farm laborers.

1880 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson Township - page 329D - Wright, Darling 58; Jennet te 57;
Milton 19; Frank 16.

1900 Scotland County NC Census - Lower Williamson, Williamson Township - Family 40 - Wright , Wm F. 36
b. Jul 1863 Merchant; Annie 26 b. July 1873; Lella 7 b. Jan 1893; Viola 2 b. Mar 1 898; Jennie 78 b. Dec
1821(widow - mother).

More About DARLING PATE WRIGHT:
Burial: McCormick Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: February 03, 2005

More About JEANETTE MCCORMICK:
Burial: McCormick Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: September 05, 2004

Children of DARLING WRIGHT and JEANETTE MCCORMICK are:
          i.   WILLIAM L4 WRIGHT51, b. 1845; d. September 05, 1863.

               Notes for WILLIAM L WRIGHT:
               Company E 40th Regiment Artillery - William L. Wright - Enlisted in Brunswick County at age 1 8, Jan 23,
               1863 for the war. Died in hospital at Smithville Sept. 5, 1863 of dysentery.


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               More About WILLIAM L WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 15, 2004

37.      ii.   SOPHRONIA JANE WRIGHT, b. September 24, 1847; d. March 12, 1928.
38.     iii.   DARLING ARCHIBALD WRIGHT, b. January 12, 1850, Richmond County, NC; d. October 23, 1934, Clio,
               Marlboro, SC.
39.      iv.   DUNCAN JAMES WRIGHT, b. July 29, 1852, Richmond County, NC; d. August 24, 1933.
40.       v.   NOVELLA FRANCES WRIGHT, b. March 26, 1854, Richmond County, NC; d. February 02, 1940, Dillon,
               Dillon, SC.
41.      vi.   DANIEL ORRUM WRIGHT, b. May 1856, Richmond County, NC; d. August 29, 1926, Scotland County, NC.
        vii.   MARGARET ELEANOR WRIGHT52,53, b. July 27, 1858, Richmond County, NC; d. June 20, 1941; m. JOHN D.
               HEUSTESS53, November 27, 1879; b. July 20, 1856; d. September 07, 1933.

               More About MARGARET ELEANOR WRIGHT:
               Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
               Record Change: March 01, 2005

               More About JOHN D. HEUSTESS:
               Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
               Record Change: April 29, 2004

       viii.   STEPHEN MILTON WRIGHT54, b. February 28, 1861, Richmond County, NC; d. October 28, 1937; m. EMMA
               JANE MCLAURIN55, December 02, 1891, Richmond County, NC; b. May 10, 1858; d. May 08, 1938, Gibson,
               Scotland, NC.

               Notes for STEPHEN MILTON WRIGHT:
               Stephen and Emma had no children. He was a farmer, well known and well liked. Generous by n ature,
               kindhearted. he made friends and was held in high esteem by those who knew him. He li ved on the road
               leading from Mason's Cross Roads to Springfield Mill.

               More About STEPHEN MILTON WRIGHT:
               Burial: McCormick Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: May 01, 2004

               Notes for EMMA JANE MCLAURIN:
               Mrs. Emma McLaurin Wright, beloved citizen of Gibson, and widow of the late Dr. Milton Wright , passed
               away at her home at Gibson on Sunday, May 8, after several months of failing health . Had she lived until
               Tuesday, May 10, she would been 80 years of age. Funeral and burial s ervices for Mrs. Wright were held
               Monday afternoon at 4:30 at the McCormick cemetery near Lau rinburg. Her pastor, Rev. G. F. Kirkpatrick,
               conducted the service and was assisted by Rev . O. W. McManus and Rev. J. W. Lineberger of Gibson. The
               pall bearers were Messrs. Hubert Od om, L. W. Odom, Jr., Jas. Graham, Dr. Spencer Wright, C. L. Stubbs and
               Willie McLaurin. Th e floral tributes were many and most beautiful. They were in charge of Mrs. Hubert
               Odom, Mis ses Mildred, Louise, and Anna Dorcas Odom, Laura Spencer Wright, Agnes Gibson, Sara Frances
               M cLaurin, Henrietta McMillan, Mrs. Elizabeth G. McMillan and Helen and Ethel Mae Curtis. Mrs . Wright
               was the last of her immediate family. She is survived by a number of nieces and nep hews as nearest kin. Her
               husband died last year.

               More About EMMA JANE MCLAURIN:
               Burial: McCormick Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: November 26, 2005

42.      ix.   WILLIAM FRANKLIN WRIGHT, b. June 20, 1863, Richmond County, NC; d. March 08, 1911.


15. ELI GODBOLD3 WRIGHT (WILLIAM P2, GEORGE1)56,57,58,59 was born 1823 in Richmond County, NC, and died
1900 in Scotland County, NC. He married MARTHA BROWN60. She was born 1825, and died 1902.

Notes for ELI GODBOLD WRIGHT:
1850 Richmond County Census - Stewartsville Twp - FamilY # 60 - Wright, Eli 1827; Martha 1827

1860 Richmond County Census - Williamson Township - Family # 733 - Wright, Eli 33 b. SC; Aman tha 32;
Eliza J. 9; Catherine 7; Sarah M. 5; John W. 1.

1870 Richmond County Census - Williamson Township - Family # 245 - Wright, Eli 45 b. NC; Mart ha 42; Eliza
J 19; Catharine A. 17; Sarah M 15; John E 11; William A 4; Pleasant 8/12.

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1880 Richmond County Census - Williamson - p. 329D - Wright Eli 53 b. SC; Manta 52; William A . 13;
Pleasant 9.

State of North Carolina}
Richmond County          } Know all men by these presents that I Eli G. Gright of the count y and state aforesaid.
In calling to mind the uncertainity of my mortal existence and bein g in the decline of life and in good bodily
health and having a sound and disposing mind an d memory. Blessed by Almighty God for the same and am
desirous of settling my worldly affair s of which God has blessed me, do make publish and declare this to be my
last Will and Testam ent hereby making null and void all former last wills and testaments made by me as follows.

l. I give and bequeat to my beloved wife, Martha, sixteen acres of land adjoining the land o f Willie N. McKenzie
during her natural life and then to those of her children who support an d keep her well provided for in life.

2. I give and bequeath to my daughter, Catherine and James Moore fifteen acres of land adjoi ning the land I give
to my wife, Martha and to include the old Manchen houses.

3. I give to my daughter, Eliza Stewart, fifteen acres of land adjoining the land I give t o Catharine and James
Moore.

4. I give to my son, P. H. Wright, thirty acres of land to include the balance of land not g iven away and to
include the premises on which he now lives.

5. I give to my son, John E. Wright's children, fifty acres of land lying on Gum Swamp the p remises on which he
lived at his Dec'd adjoining the Covington and Stubbs land.

6. I give to my daughter, Maggie Stevens, all the dower lands due me in the estate lands o f Hugh Brown dec'd.

7. I give to my son W. A. Wright my silver watch besides which I have already given him.

8. Having all confidence in my two sons, W. A. and P. H. Wright, I do nominate and appoint t hem jointly
executors to this my last will and testament to all intents and purposes.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the 20th day of January A.D. 189 8.

E. G. Wright {seal}

Signed and sealed in the presence of
R. F. Gibson
James Leggett

Recorded in Scotland County 8th day of January, 1901.

SARAH BROWN PETITIONS FOR DOWER
State of North Carolina, Richmond County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions. July Term 1864 . To the
worshipful the Justices of said Court. The Petition of Sarah Brown widow of Hugh Bro wn respectfully sheweths
your worships, that her said husband died intestate in the County o f Richmond during the month of December
1863 leaving the following children (him surviving) v iz. Angeline Barrington who had intermarried with Thomas
Barrington, Martha Wright who had in termarried with E. G. Wright, Sarah Wright who had intermarried with
Orem Wright, Rebecca, wi fe of Wm. M. Gibson, Dicey Jane Brown, William Harrison Brown (a minor),
Leonard Brown (a min or), Murdock Brown, Stephen Brown, Nelson Brown, Alexander Brown, Neill Brown and
Joshua Brow n, who are his only heirs at law.Your Petitioner further showeth that her said husband at t he time of
his death was seized and possessed in fee simple of 350 acres of land adjoining St afford Gibson, T. S. Gibson,
Chloe Williamson, Wm. Gibson and others which included 100 acre s of land which by the last will and testament
of Petitioner's father I[saac] Williamson wa s willed to your Petitioner "Sarah Brown and her husband Hugh
Brown" and which she now claim s the entirety in, as having survived her husband the said H. Brown and which
is not to be in cluded in this Petition for Dower.Your Petitioner further showeth that she desires to hav e her
Dower in said lands (excepting the 100 acre tract willed to her and husband fourthly b y her father as aforesaid)
allotted to her and to that end prays that your worships order a w rit to be issued to the Sheriff commanding him

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to summon five freeholders unconnected with th e parties either by consanguinity or affinity and entirely
disinterested to view the aforesai d tracts of land and to allot and set apart to her one third thereof in value
including the d welling house and all outhouses, buildings and improvements appertaining to the same for th e
term of her natural life, and to report their proceedings in due form or law.Your petitio ner further sheweth unto
your worships that Sarah and Orem Wright reside beyond the limits o f this state, that Leonard Brown is a minor
and in the Army in Virginia. That Alexander Brow n resides in the State of Mississippi, but is now in the Army of
the Confederate States beyon d the limits of this State. Your Petitioners prays for an advertisement as to them in
the Fay etteville Observer, a newspaper printed in Fayetteville, N.C., and that it may please your wo rships to
order subpoenas with copies of this Petition to be issued to Thomas Barrentine an d Angelina his wife to E. G.
Wright and Martha his wife, Wm. M. Gibson and Rebecca his wife , To Dicey Jane Brown, Wm. Harrison
Brown, Murdock Brown, Stephen Brown, Nelson Brown, Neil l Brown and Joshua Brown, requiring them to be
and appear at the next term of this Court an d show cause if any they can why the prayer of this Petition shall not
be granted. And your P etitioner as in duty bound shall ever pray. A. Little Attorney for Petitioner.

More About ELI GODBOLD WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Mason Cross, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 03, 2005

More About MARTHA BROWN:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Mason Cross, Scotland, NC
Record Change: July 25, 2004

Children of ELI WRIGHT and MARTHA BROWN are:
           i.   F H4 WRIGHT.

                More About F H WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 24, 2004

43.       ii.   ELIZA J WRIGHT, b. October 13, 1850, Richmond County, NC; d. September 06, 1901.
         iii.   CATHERINE WRIGHT, b. 1853, Richmond County, NC; m. JAMES MOORE.

                More About CATHERINE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 24, 2004

                More About JAMES MOORE:
                Record Change: April 24, 2004

         iv.    SARAH M WRIGHT, b. 1855, Richmond County, NC; m. STEVENS.

                More About SARAH M WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 24, 2004

                More About STEVENS:
                Record Change: April 24, 2004

44.       v.    JOHN EDGAR WRIGHT, b. August 29, 1858, Richmond County, NC; d. December 08, 1893.
45.      vi.    WILLIAM ANGUS WRIGHT, b. September 30, 1866, Richmond County, NC; d. March 18, 1951, Hoke
                County, NC.
46.      vii.   PLEASANT HARDY WRIGHT, b. 1869, Richmond County, NC; d. 1930, Hoke County, NC.


16. ALBERT W.3 WRIGHT (GEORGE2, GEORGE1)61 was born September 10, 1822 in Richmond County, NC, and
died July 31, 1908 in Scotland County, NC. He married SABRA WRIGHT January 21, 1845 in Richmond County,
NC, daughter of CAMERON WRIGHT and LUCY JONES. She was born 1829, and died August 08, 1909.

Notes for ALBERT W. WRIGHT:
1850 Richmond County NC Census - Stewartsville District - Family # 338 - Wright, Albert 26; Z abra 24; Milton
4; Simeon 3; Hamilton 1.

Albert is not listed in the 1860 Richmond County census. Sabrah is listed with the children.

1860 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson District - Family # 678 - Wright, Sabrah 32; Will is 14; Simeon

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12; Hamilton 10; Mahala 8; Rebecca 6.

1870 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson District - Family # 34 - Wright, Albert 47; Sabr e 44; Simon 21;
Hampton 19; Mahala J 17; Rebecca 15.

1880 Richmond County, Williamson Township - Allbert WRIGHT 55 NC Occ: Farming; Sabra WRIGH T
Wife W 54 NC Occ: Keeping House; Mahalia WRIGHT Dau W 20; Becka WRIGHT Dau W 18 NC ;
Ben DAVIS M B16 SC Occ: Laborer-Servant

1900 Scotland County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family # 133 - Wright, Albert 77 b. Se p 1822 living
alone.

More About ALBERT W. WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
Record Change: April 16, 2004

More About SABRA WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 18, 2005

Children are listed above under (11) Sabra Wright.

17. JAMES MACON3 WRIGHT (GEORGE2, GEORGE1)61,62 was born January 08, 1839 in Richmond County, NC, and
died December 26, 1919 in Scotland County, NC. He married (1) ELLEN CHRISTIAN, daughter of JOHN
CHRISTIAN and ELIZA. She was born Abt. 1849 in Montgomery County, NC. He married (2) MARGARET
MCMILLIAN63 January 26, 1885 in Stanly County, NC, daughter of FENLEY MCMILLIAN and SARAH ANN. She
was born 1855 in Union Shine, AL, and died May 11, 1939 in Scotland County, NC.

Notes for JAMES MACON WRIGHT:
1870 Anson County NC Census - Ansonville - Family # 343 - Wright, James M 31; Ellen 20; Lill y 1/2.

1880 Randolph County NC Census - Columbia - Family # 4 - Wright, James M 42; Ellen M 33; Mar tha L 10;
Ella F 8.

1900 Scotland County NC Census - Laurel Hill Township - Family # 106 - Wright, James M 61 b . January 1839;
Margaret 41 b. March 1859; Ella Frances 27 b. July 1872; Joseph C. 18 b. Augu st 1881.

Capt. Jas. M. Wright Crosses Great Divide - At Ripe Age of 81 years Veteran Soldier and Citiz en Sets Out on
the Great Adventure - Capt. James M. Wright, soldier, citizen and Christian ge ntleman, following an illness of
several weeks and a decline in health of more than a year, s et out for the Great Adventure on Friday, December
26, the end of a life that was full and ri ch coming with the Christmastide, with friends and loved ones about him
anxiously ministerin g to every need and want. His death was not unexpected, as his advanced age and gradual
decl ine in health and strength had made it known to those about him that the end would soon come . He met it
bravely, confidently and beautifully, putting out to sea with the same courageou s spirit that characterized his life
during its long tenure on earth. When it was learned th at he had passed away there was profound sorrow on
every hand, for he was a very popular man , well liked and widely known throughout the county and this part of
the state, held high i n the esteem of those who knew him and numbering his friends by the hundreds.

Saturday afternoon at the McNeill grave yard, in the presence of a great gathering of friend s and relatives, an
impressive funeral service was held, Dr. F. O. Hellier, his pastor, offic iating and using the text, "A Good Soldier
of Jesus Christ," and paying a most beautiful trib ute to the man whose life had counted for so much during the
years he had been premitted to l ive and serve in his community, his church and state. Many beautiful floral
offerings adde d their contribution of love and appreciation to the scene. And the remains were laid to res t
against the day when the just shall live again. The pall bearers were his younger friends , Messrs. Tom Currie,
Jim Jackson, Joe Arch McMillan, Edgar Gibson and Bob Monroe.

Capt. Wright was a gentleman of the old school, a man of superior intelligence, possessing t o an eminent degree
those sterling qualities of heart and sold which go to make the real man . His moral uprightness, his uncomprising
righteousness, unassailable example, staunch manho od and Christian spirit excited in those about him a profound

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and genuine respect for the ma n and for the exemplary life which he lived. He was one of those men who are
always moving t o higher ground and whose eyes are able to visualize the heights ahead; and his example was u
plifting and benevolent. A man said after he was gone, "There are few left like Capt. Wright ."

He was meticulously conscientious and loyal and faithful in every relation of lie. A noble f ather, whose life was
a bendection to his children, a good husband and a splendid citizen. H e had the enmity of no man and his heart
was big enough to see good in all.

Capt. Jas. M. Wright was born January 8, 1839, and died December 26, 1919, nearly 81 years o f age. He was
twice married. First to Miss Ellen Christian of Montgomenry County, who died , leaving three children who still
survive. They are Mrs. J. C. Birmingham of Laurinburg, M iss Fannie Wright of Washington, D.C., and Mr. Joe
Wright of Atlanta. In 1887 he was marrie d to miss Margaret McMillan of Scotland County, who was spared to
minister to him during hi s last illness. Soon after his second marriage he moved to Scotland County from
Norwood, an d for 30 years has been one of the leading and loyal citizens of the county.

During the War between the States he was among the first to volunteer and fought through th e 4 years of the
conflict, receiving only a slight wound. At the close of the war he came ho me and set to work to rebuild that
which had been laid waste by war and famine. He was a ma n of bright intellect, gifted with his pen, and filled
many positions of importance and trust . He was for a number or years secretary and treasurer of the Farmers
Insurance Associatio n of Richmond and Scotland counties and gave up this work only a year or two ago, when
failin g health forced him to leave it off. He used to visit Laurinburg quite often and was well an d favorably
known here. In June, 1918, he suffered a stroke of paralysis and from that tim e his health declined. He was still
able, however, to come to Laurinburg and pay an occasion al visit to friends. He was a faithful member of Laurel
Hill Presbyterian church and alway s attended the services when it was possible to do so. At one time he lived in
Charlotte an d was engaged in business there for a number of years before coming to this county, and was w ell
and favorably known in the Queen City.

More About JAMES MACON WRIGHT:
Burial: McNeill Cemetery, Scotland County, NC
Record Change: November 16, 2005

More About ELLEN CHRISTIAN:
Record Change: May 31, 2005

More About MARGARET MCMILLIAN:
Burial: McNeill Cemetery, Scotland County, NC
Record Change: May 27, 2005

Children of JAMES WRIGHT and ELLEN CHRISTIAN are:
47.        i.   MARTHA LILY4 WRIGHT, b. March 12, 1870, Montgomery County, NC; d. March 20, 1923, Laurinburg,
                Scotland, NC.
          ii.   ELLA FRANCES WRIGHT63,64, b. July 15, 1872, Charlotte, Mecklenburg, NC; d. January 31, 1963, Raleigh,
                Wake, NC.

                Notes for ELLA FRANCES WRIGHT:
                In 1930 Ella F. Wright was living in Washington, DC and was a clerk with the U. S. Post Offic e.

                Miss Wright, 90, Dies in Raleigh - Miss Fannie Wright, 90, died early Thursday morning in Ral eigh. She
                had been in declining health for sometime and under nurshing care since a fall tw o months ago. Funeral
                services will be conducted Friday at 2:30 p.m. at Old Laurel Hill Pres byterian church by the pastor, the Rev.
                A. C. Trivette, and Dr. Albert N. Wells, pastor of th e Laurinburg Presbyterian church. Miss Wright was born
                in Charlotte on July 15, 1872. Her p arents were the late Capt. James Macon and Ellen Christian Wright, and
                the family moved to Sc otland county when Miss Wright was young. Upon reaching adulthood, Miss Wright
                taught schoo l in Robeson county before moving to Washington, D. C., where for 30 years she was a federa l
                employee. Since her retirement she has resided in Raleigh. Hor closet survivors are one b rother, Joe C.
                Wright of Atlanta, Ga., and two nieces, Mrs. Frank Meece of Raleigh and Mrs. L auch McKinnon of
                Laurnburg.

                More About ELLA FRANCES WRIGHT:
                Burial: McNeill Cemetery, Scotland County, NC
                Record Change: March 31, 2005


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48.      iii.   JOSEPH C. WRIGHT, b. August 1881; d. November 13, 1931, Scotland County, NC.


18. ELIZABETH3 WRIGHT (SAMUEL2, GEORGE1)65 was born January 10, 1825 in Richmond County, NC, and died
July 30, 1864 in Harleesville, Dillon, SC. She married WESLEY O'BRYAN. He was born November 10, 1821 in
Richmond County, NC, and died June 02, 1888 in Marion County, SC.

More About ELIZABETH WRIGHT:
Record Change: April 15, 2004

Notes for WESLEY O'BRYAN:
1860 Marion County SC Census - P. O. Box Little Rock - Family # 1501 - O'Brien, Wm W. 40; Eli za O 33;
Susanah 13; Samuel 8; Sarah O 5 (listed as male- must be wrong).

More About WESLEY O'BRYAN:
Record Change: March 29, 2004

Children of ELIZABETH WRIGHT and WESLEY O'BRYAN are:
           i.   SUSANAH4 O'BRYAN, b. Abt. 1836.

                More About SUSANAH O'BRYAN:
                Record Change: April 15, 2004

          ii.   SAMUEL O'BRYAN, b. 1842.

                More About SAMUEL O'BRYAN:
                Record Change: April 15, 2004

         iii.   SARA O'BRYAN, b. 1845.

                More About SARA O'BRYAN:
                Record Change: April 15, 2004


19. DANIEL W.3 WRIGHT (SAMUEL2, GEORGE1)66,67 was born 1829 in Richmond County, NC, and died 1855 in
Richmond County, NC. He married CAROLINE JONES68, daughter of SILAS JONES and CHARLOTTE PEELE. She
was born December 12, 1832, and died May 12, 1909.

Notes for DANIEL W. WRIGHT:
1850 Richmond County NC Census - Slave Schedules, Stewartsville Township - Daniel Wright ha d a female 30;
female10; female 4; male 2.

Daniel Wright - 1855 - An inventory and account of the sale of property belonging to the esta te of Daniel W.
Wright, dec'd made by J. H. Jones, Special Administrator on the 28th day of F ebruary 1855 on a credit of six
months (shows the following purchasers): Darling P. Wright, C ameron G. Wright, Elisha OBryan, W. W.
OBryan, Daniel McGregor, John Webb, Daniel B. Brown, J ohn McLauchlin, William D. Jones, Mary Sneed,
Caroline Wright, Silas Jones, A. C. McKinnon, A . McNeill, J. D. Covington and Stafford Gibson.

State of North Carolina, Richmond County - Court of Equity, Spring Term 1867. To the Honorab le the Judge of
said Court. The petition of Samuel G. Wright, Martha Ann Wright, Hector A. W right & Cameron G. Wright,
minor heirs of Cameron G. Wright, deceased, by their next friend E liza Jane Wright, George W. Wright and
Ebnezer J. Wright, minor heirs of Daniel W. Wright b y their next friend Caroline Wright, respectfully showeth
unto your Honor:

1. That they are tenants in common of two hundred acres of land in the County of Richmond, S tate of
North Carolina joining the lands of Solomon Townsend, Eliza J. Wrig ht and others.

2. That said land on the death of Samuel Wright was assigned in dower to his widow Ann Wrigh t, who is now
dead.


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3. Your petitioners show that on the death of Ann Wright, her dower land above described des cended to the
heirs at law of Samuel Wright, dec'd to wit, Archibald McNeill & Wife Sarah An n McNeill, Samuel G. Wright,
W. OBryan, Robt. Odom and wife Zabra Odom (Sabra), Cameron G. Wr ight, Martha Ann Wright, Hector A.
Wright, heirs at law of Cameron G. Wright, and to George W . Wright and Ebenezer J. Wright, minor heirs of
Daniel W. Wright, deceased.

4. That Samuel G. Wright purchased the interest of Archibald McNeill & wife Sarah Ann, W OBr yan and wife
Eliza OBryan, John G. Wright, Robert Odom and wife Zabra Odom in and to the dowe r interest of said Ann
Wright, deceased, above described, leaving Samuel Wright and the heir s at law of Cameron G. Wright and
Daniel W. Wright alone entitled to said 200 acres of land.

5. Your petitioners show unto your Honor that they desire to have partition of said land mad e amongst them
according to their respective rights and interest therein, but that owing th e size of said tract of land, the humer of
the parties interested, the nature and quality o f the soil, and other causes actual partition thereof cannot be made
without serious injury t o the parties interested.

6. Your petitioners pray your Honor to order a sale of land on such terms as your Honor shal l deem just and
reasonable, and that the proceeds of the sale may be divided among them accor ding to their respective shares and
interests to therein or secured to them according to la w and the ___ of this Honorable Count and your petitioners
as in duty bound will every pray . McSween & McLean, Sol for Pets

More About DANIEL W. WRIGHT:
Record Change: February 03, 2005

Notes for CAROLINE JONES:
Silas Jones - 1852 - I give to my daughter Caroline, wife of Daniel Wright, my Negro girl Rac hel & Charles a
small boy, one tract of land containing one hundred & twenty acres on Gum Swa mp joining Curtis Goodman's
land, bed and furniture, and sundry small advancements since he r marriage to her and the heirs of her body
forever.

1860 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson District - Family # 747 - Wright, Caroline 28; Ge orge W. 10;
Ebenezer 7.

1860 Richmond County NC Census - Slave Schedules, Williamson Township - Caroline Wright ha d 1 20 female;
9 male; 3 male; 1 male; 1 female.

1870 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family # 256 - Wright, Caroline 38; Ge orge 20;
Zebina J. 17(m); Nurse 10 (female-black).

In 1880 and 1900 Caroline is living with her son, George W. Wright.

More About CAROLINE JONES:
Burial: Graham Plantation Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 18, 2005

Children of DANIEL WRIGHT and CAROLINE JONES are:
49.        i.   GEORGE WASHINGTON4 WRIGHT, b. April 25, 1850, Richmond County, NC; d. February 24, 1923.
50.       ii.   EBENEZER JONES WRIGHT, b. 1853, Richmond County, NC; d. Aft. 1910, Texas.


20. JOHN3 WRIGHT (SAMUEL2, GEORGE1) was born 1831 in Richmond County, NC. He married CAROLINE. She
was born 1836.

Notes for JOHN WRIGHT:
1880 Marion County, SC, Harllesville Township - Family # 306 - Wright, John 49 b. NC; Carolin e 44 b SC;
John Monroe 24; Bettie 21; Alice 17; Gibson 16; Caroline 13; Robt 10; Charles 7 . All children born in South
Carolina.

More About JOHN WRIGHT:


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Record Change: May 20, 2004

More About CAROLINE:
Record Change: July 25, 2005

Children of JOHN WRIGHT and CAROLINE are:
           i.   JOHN MONROE4 WRIGHT, b. 1856.

                More About JOHN MONROE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

          ii.   BETTIE WRIGHT, b. 1859.

                More About BETTIE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

         iii.   ALICE WRIGHT, b. 1863.

                More About ALICE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

         iv.    GIBSON WRIGHT, b. 1864.

                More About GIBSON WRIGHT:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

          v.    CAROLINE WRIGHT, b. 1867.

                More About CAROLINE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

         vi.    ROBERT WRIGHT, b. 1870.

                More About ROBERT WRIGHT:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

         vii.   CHARLES WRIGHT, b. 1873.

                More About CHARLES WRIGHT:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005


21. CAMERON G.3 WRIGHT (SAMUEL2, GEORGE1)69 was born 1833 in Richmond County, NC, and died 1860 in
Richmond County, NC. He married ELIZA JANE MCNEILL February 17, 1853 in Richmond County, NC.

Notes for CAMERON G. WRIGHT:
Cameron G. Wright, - 1860 - State of North Carolina, Richmond County - Court of Pleas and Qua rter Sessions,
July Term 1860. Pursuant to an order, we, the Commissioners, Daniel McGregor , and Thomas Gibson appointed
to view the estate of Cameron G. Wright, deceased, and to allo t and set apart to his widow, Eliza Wright, her
years allowance in provisions out of said est ate have met this day and have allotted and set apart to his widow
and family provisions fo r one year as follows, viz: ninety bushels of corn, some oats on hand, fifteen hundred
pound s of fodder, two hundred pounds of bacon, one sack of salt, five hundreds pounds pork, twent y pounds of
lard, twelve and a half bushels of wheat, one barrel of flour, thirty pounds of c offee, fifteen gallons molasses,
twenty pounds of sugar, the use of the gray mare and a cow a nd calf for one year, one bed and its necessary
furniture, one wheel and cards, and seven dol lars and fifty cents in cash for certain necessaries. All of which is
respectfully submitte d this the 14th day of July 1860 (signed) Daniel McGregor, and Thomas Gibson, John D.
Currie , J.P.

State of North Carolina, Richmond County - Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, October 1860 . To the
Worshipful the Justices of said Court: The petition of Eliza Jane Wright, widow o f Cameron G. Wright,
respectfully showeth to your Worships:

l. That her said husband died intestate in Richmond County during the Month of Jany last, le aving him surviving

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the following children, to wit. - Martha A. Wright, Hector A. Wright an d Cameron G. Wright, who are his only
heirs at law.

2. Your petitioner further showeth that her said husband at the time of his death, was seize d in fee simple of a
tract of land situated in said County adjoining the lands of Pter Hanne r and Jeptha Gibson, and others, and
containing by estimation one hundred and seventy acres.

3. Your petitioner showeth that she desires to have her dower in the said land allotted to h er, and to that end she
prays your Worships to order a writ to be directed to the Sheriff com manding him to summon twelve free holders
connected with the parties neither by consanquinit y or affinity, and entirely disinterested, to view the aforesaid
tract of land to allot and s et apart to her 1/3 part thereof including the dwelling house, out houses &
improvements appe rtaining to the same for the time of her natural life, and to report their proceedings in du e
form of law.

May it please your Worhsips to order subpoenas with copies of this petition to be issued to t he said Martha A.
Wright, Hector A. Wright and C. G. Wright requiring them to appear at the n ext Court to show cause if any they
can, why the prayer of your petitioners shall not be gran ted. And you petitioner as in duty bound will ever pray.
(signed) Cameron and Shaw, Attorney s for Petitioner.

The undersigned, being duly sworn proceeded on the 30th day of March A.D. 1861 to set apart t o Eliza Jane
Wright her dower and thirds in the land of her said dec'd husband the late Camer on G. Wright as follows:
Beginning at Peter Hanner's corner and running with his line reverse d S 65 E 9 chains 50 links to Jeptha Gibson's
corner in said line, thence ---- to the publi c road leading from Rockdale to Adamsville, thence with said road -- to
a stake two pine poin ters thence direct of the beginning containing 55 acres including the mansion house and
neces sary offices and out-buildings and put her in possession of the same. (signed) John L. Fairly , John C.
McLaurin, Murdock Morrison, Malcom Calhoun, John C. Smith, John McLauchlin, Warne r Chance, George
Fisher (x his mark), William D. Gibson, Stafford Gibson, Nicholas Beasly & M . B. Smith, (x his mark).

More About CAMERON G. WRIGHT:
Record Change: April 09, 2004

More About ELIZA JANE MCNEILL:
Record Change: April 09, 2004

Children of CAMERON WRIGHT and ELIZA MCNEILL are:
           i.   MARTHA ANN4 WRIGHT, b. Abt. 1854, Richmond County, NC.

                More About MARTHA ANN WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 09, 2004

          ii.   HECTOR A WRIGHT, b. 1856, Richmond County, NC.

                More About HECTOR A WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 09, 2004

         iii.   CAMERON G WRIGHT JR., b. Abt. 1858, Richmond County, NC.

                More About CAMERON G WRIGHT JR.:
                Record Change: April 09, 2004


22. SABRA3 WRIGHT (SAMUEL2, GEORGE1) was born Abt. 1838 in Richmond County, NC.

Notes for SABRA WRIGHT:
Samuel Wright is the only Wright family in Scotland County who had a daughter, Sabra.

1860 Richmond County Census - Williamson Township - Family # 820 - Wright, Sabra 25; Archd 8 ; Malcom 6;
Margaret 1.

1870 Richmond County Census - Williamson Township - Family # 65 - Wright, Mary 40; Rachel 18 ; Archibald
17; Malcom 14. Do not know relationship of Rachel Wright.

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1900 Scotland County Census - Upper Williamson Township - Family # 379 - Wright, Sabra 66 b . May 1834;
Gerry 34 b. Jan 1866; Rachel 42 b. Sept 1867; Dunn, Cenith 56 b. July 1843.

More About SABRA WRIGHT:
Record Change: May 28, 2004

Children of SABRA WRIGHT are:
51.        i.   ARCHIBALD4 WRIGHT, b. 1852, Richmond County, NC; d. Bef. 1900.
52.       ii.   MALCOM WRIGHT, b. October 29, 1855, Richmond County, NC; d. June 06, 1931, Scotland County, NC.
         iii.   MARGARET WRIGHT, b. 1859, Scotland County, NC.

                More About MARGARET WRIGHT:
                Record Change: May 28, 2004


23. SAMUEL GIBSON3 WRIGHT (SAMUEL2, GEORGE1)70,71 was born February 28, 1841 in Scotland County, NC,
and died December 23, 1900 in Scotland County, NC. He married CHARLOTTE FRANCES HANNAH72,73, daughter
of PETER HANNAH and SARAH GIBSON. She was born February 29, 1844 in Richmond County, NC, and died
November 29, 1924 in Scotland County, NC.

Notes for SAMUEL GIBSON WRIGHT:
1870 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson District - P. O. Box Laurel Hill - Family # 17 1 - Wright,
Samuel 29; Charlotte 26; Samuel 7; Ann E. 4; Sara C. 2; Absalom 1; Gibson, Andre w 16 farm laborer; Bryant,
Annie 15 domestic servant; Bryant, Rosetta 25, farm laborer.

1880 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson District - Family ! 187 - Wright Samuel, 39; Char lotte 36;
Samuel J. 17; Anna 16; Sarah 12; Braxton 9; Isabel 6; Addie 5; Blondel 3; Frances l .

1900 Scotland County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family # 149 - Wright, Samuel G. 59 b . Feb. 1841;
Charlotte M 56 b. Feb. 1844; Blonnie 23 b. March 1877; Charlotte F. 19 b. July 1 880; Oscar 18 b. June 1881.

More About SAMUEL GIBSON WRIGHT:
Burial: Old Pate Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
Record Change: March 02, 2005

Notes for CHARLOTTE FRANCES HANNAH:
Death Claims Mrs. Charlotte M. Wright On Her Birthday - Was Born February 29, 1884, Died Febr uary 29,
1924, at Age of 80 Years - Mrs. Charlotte Mullet Wright, widow of the late S. G. Wr ight, died Friday, February
20, at the home of her son, Gibson, route 1. Mrs. Wright was bor n February 29, 1884 (error should be 1844),
and died February 29, 1924, the 80th anniversar y of her birth and on her 20th birthday, since February 29 come
in the calendar only every fo ur years. Mrs. Wright had been in declining health for several months and was quite
seriousl y sick for a few days preceding her death.
   Funeral service were held from the home on Saturday afternoon at 3:30, Rev. A. J. Parke r officiating. The
interment was in the Pate and Wright Cemetery.
   Mrs. Wright was well known in her community and was highly esteemed. She was a member o f St. Johns
Methodist church and was a consistent Christian and faithful member of the church . Before marriage she was
Miss Charlotte Mullet Hanna, daughter of Peter Hanna, of this coun ty. Her husband, the late S. G. Wright, died
23 years ago. There are surviving two sons an d five daughters: Messrs. Oscar and S. J. Wright, both of this
county; Mrs. J. E. Bostick, M rs. G. C. Kirk, Mrs. J. R. Bulalrd, Mrs. Addie Gibson, of thie county, and Mrs.
Annie E. Brut on of Charlotte.

More About CHARLOTTE FRANCES HANNAH:
Burial: Old Pate Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
Record Change: October 21, 2005

Children of SAMUEL WRIGHT and CHARLOTTE HANNAH are:
53.        i.   SAMUEL JEFFERSON4 WRIGHT, b. September 27, 1862, Richmond County, NC; d. June 07, 1936, Scotland
                County, NC.
          ii.   ANNA WRIGHT74, b. May 21, 1866, Scotland County, NC; d. May 18, 1945, Scotland County, NC; m.

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              BRUTON.

              More About ANNA WRIGHT:
              Burial: Pate-Wright Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
              Record Change: January 13, 2004

              More About BRUTON:
              Record Change: November 01, 2003

       iii.   SARAH CATHERINE WRIGHT74, b. December 16, 1867, Scotland County, NC; d. April 13, 1892, Scotland
              County, NC.

              More About SARAH CATHERINE WRIGHT:
              Burial: Old Pate Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
              Record Change: March 02, 2005

       iv.    JEREMIAH ABSALOM WRIGHT, b. August 25, 1869, Richmond County, NC; d. September 22, 1870,
              Richmond County, NC.

              More About JEREMIAH ABSALOM WRIGHT:
              Burial: Old Pate Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
              Record Change: March 02, 2005

        v.    BRAXTON BRAGG WRIGHT74, b. February 28, 1871, Scotland County, NC; d. March 25, 1896, Scotland
              County, NC.

              More About BRAXTON BRAGG WRIGHT:
              Burial: Old Pate Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
              Record Change: March 02, 2005

54.    vi.    JORETTA ISABELLA WRIGHT, b. November 16, 1873, Richmond County, NC; d. December 26, 1945,
              McColl, Marlboro, SC.
      vii.    ADDIE DORETTA WRIGHT75, b. July 30, 1875, Richmond County, NC; d. April 19, 1938; m. EMANUEL
              GIBSON75, Abt. 1893; b. May 13, 1869, Richmond County, NC; d. October 04, 1930.

              More About ADDIE DORETTA WRIGHT:
              Burial: Old Pate Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
              Record Change: April 19, 2004

              More About EMANUEL GIBSON:
              Burial: Old Pate Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
              Record Change: April 19, 2004

55.   viii.   BERNICE BLONDELLE WRIGHT, b. March 08, 1877, Scotland County, NC; d. June 01, 1961, Greensboro,
              Guilford, NC.
       ix.    CHARLOTTE FRANCES WRIGHT76,77, b. July 03, 1879, Richmond County, NC; d. January 22, 1965; m.
              JAMES E BOSTICK78; b. December 15, 1880; d. November 25, 1963.

              Notes for CHARLOTTE FRANCES WRIGHT:
              Funeral services for Mrs. Lottie Wright Bostic, 85, were held Sunday afternoon at St. John' s Methodist
              Church. The Rev. Charles H. Mewborn, pastor in charge of the program. The choi r sang "In the Sweet Bye
              and Bye" and "God Be With You." Interment was at the Mason Cemeter y in the Mason's Cross section.
              Pallbearers were Mason McGregor, James G. Lytch, Wade Wright , W. F. Parer, J. G. Pate, Jr., and Porter C.
              Gibson. Mrs. Ralph Haney was in charge of flor al tributes and was assisted by Mrs. Kirkwood Gibson, Mrs.
              Ray Grass, Mrs. Vester Pearson, Mr s. J. G. Lytch and Mrs. Lawrence Wright. Mrs. Bostic died at Fairview
              rest home near McCol l on Friday after a long illness. The former Lottie Wright, she was born and lived all
              her l ife in the St. Johns and Mason's Cross section of Scotland County. Her husband, James Bostic ,
              preceded her in death about 14 months ago. Surviving is a daughter. Mrs. John McKay of Max ton and two
              grandsons, James and Thomas McKay. Also surviving are several nephews and nieces . Those who came
              from out of town for the funeral included Roy Purser, Raleigh; Mrs. Emma Sm ith, Tabor City; Mrs. Joe
              Brooks, Greensboro; Mrs. Hattie Newson, high Point; Mrs. Mildred Eg gers and Mrs. Harvey Tuttle, Winston-
              Salem; Mrs. Garland Haywood and her mother, Charlotte; M rs. Stewart Smith, Raeford; Thomas Bostic,
              Bennettsville; and Mr. and Mrs. Buford Peele, Haml et.

              More About CHARLOTTE FRANCES WRIGHT:
              Burial: Mason Cemetery, Mason Cross, Scotland, NC

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               Record Change: April 06, 2005

               More About JAMES E BOSTICK:
               Burial: Mason Cemetery, Mason Cross, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: April 19, 2004

          x.   DAVID OSCAR WRIGHT79, b. June 19, 1881, Richmond County, NC; m. (1) FLORA QUICK, December 24,
               1913, Scotland County, NC; b. 1887; m. (2) JANIE SMITH, December 19, 1917, Scotland County, NC; b.
               1894.

               More About DAVID OSCAR WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 19, 2004

               More About FLORA QUICK:
               Record Change: November 01, 2003

               More About JANIE SMITH:
               Record Change: May 20, 2005

         xi.   GROVER CLEVELAND WRIGHT80, b. November 20, 1884, Richmond County, NC; d. April 07, 1900.

               More About GROVER CLEVELAND WRIGHT:
               Burial: Old Pate Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: March 02, 2005


24. FRANCIS3 FRANK WRIGHT (DUNCAN CAMERON2 WRIGHT, GEORGE1) was born Abt. 1833 in Richmond
County, NC. He married SARAH ANN MARTIN Abt. 1858. She was born 1839 in Richmond County, NC.

Notes for FRANCIS FRANK WRIGHT:
1860 Richmond County NC Census - Rockingham District - Family # 493 - Wright, Frank 27; Sara h 21; Mary 1.

1900 Hinds County, MS, - Frank Wright is living with his brother N. G. Wright.

More About FRANCIS FRANK WRIGHT:
Record Change: April 19, 2004

More About SARAH ANN MARTIN:
Record Change: April 19, 2004

Children of FRANCIS FRANK and SARAH MARTIN are:
          i.   MARY4 WRIGHT, b. 1859, Richmond County, NC.

               More About MARY WRIGHT:
               Record Change: December 28, 2004

56.      ii.   WALTER WRIGHT, b. 1862, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. January 09, 1926, Columbia, Richland, SC.


25. NEIL G3 WRIGHT (DUNCAN CAMERON2, GEORGE1) was born September 27, 1852, and died April 03, 1944.
He married EMMA C. MCNEILL81 December 20, 1883 in Hinds County, MS, daughter of JOHN MCNEILL and
MARTHA STUBBS. She was born August 08, 1858 in Hinds County, MS, and died October 02, 1903 in Hinds
County, MS.

Notes for NEIL G WRIGHT:
1900 Hinds County, MS - Family # 107, Wright, N. G. 46 Sept, 1852 SC; Emma 42 Aug 1851; Sim 1 5 Oct
1884; Johnnie 13 Nov 1896; Winston 8 May 1892; Mary 5 June 1894; Frank 67 May 1833 SC ( brother).

1920 Hinds County, MS - Family 274 - Wright, Neill G. 67 Wd; Ford, Lauran 28 s-i-l; Mary E. 2 5; Mary E. 7
granddaughter; William N. 4 11/12 Grandson.

More About NEIL G WRIGHT:
Burial: Reeves Chapel Methodist Church, Hinds County, MS
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Record Change: May 04, 2005

More About EMMA C. MCNEILL:
Burial: Reeves Chapel Methodist Church, Hinds County, MS
Record Change: May 04, 2005

Children of NEIL WRIGHT and EMMA MCNEILL are:
           i.   SIM W4 WRIGHT, b. October 25, 1884; d. February 23, 1939.

                Notes for SIM W WRIGHT:
                In 1910 Sim was living in the household of E. A. Beamon in Pike County, MS as a boarder. Si m was a
                brakeman on the railroad.

                1930 Pike County, MS,McComb City - Sim Wright 40 wd; conductor on the railroad with his son , Neal 17
                are living with James McIntyre family.

                More About SIM W WRIGHT:
                Burial: Reeves Chapel Methodist Church, Hinds County, MS
                Record Change: May 08, 2005

          ii.   JOHN N. WRIGHT, b. November 30, 1886; d. February 28, 1966.

                More About JOHN N. WRIGHT:
                Burial: Reeves Chapel Methodist Church, Hinds County, MS
                Record Change: May 08, 2005

         iii.   WINSTON WRIGHT, b. May 1892.

                More About WINSTON WRIGHT:
                Record Change: May 08, 2005

57.      iv.    MARY WRIGHT, b. June 1894, Mississippi.


26. JAMES H3 WRIGHT (JAMES CAMERON2, GEORGE1)82 was born May 31, 1871 in Marlboro County, SC, and
died April 20, 1945 in Marlboro County, SC. He married ELLA JANE MCQUAGE. She was born May 22, 1878,
and died January 26, 1935.

Notes for JAMES H WRIGHT:
1910 Marlboro County, SC Census - Hebron Township - Family # 9 - Wright, James H. 38; Ella J . 31; Gladys R.
11; Leslie E. 8; James D. 5; Paul G. 3; Marion F. 1 8/12.

1920 Marlboro County, SC Census - Hebron Township - Family # 189 - Wright, James H. 48; Ell a J. 40; Leslie
18; James 15; Paul 13; Marion 11; Jenie 9 (dau).

1930 Marlboro County, SC Census - Dunbar Township - Family # 49 - Wright, J. H. 58; Ella J. 5 0; Marion F.
21; Cameron 9.

More About JAMES H WRIGHT:
Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: February 06, 2005

More About ELLA JANE MCQUAGE:
Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: April 11, 2004

Children of JAMES WRIGHT and ELLA MCQUAGE are:
           i.   GLADYS R.4 WRIGHT83, b. November 06, 1899, Marlboro County, SC; d. January 18, 1957, Stockton, San
                Joaquin, CA; m. H. M. HERBERT.

                Notes for GLADYS R. WRIGHT:
                Mrs. Gladys Wright Herbert, 57, died following a heart attack Jan. 18 at 11 p.m. at her hom e in Stockton,


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               Calif. She was the daughter of J. H. and Ella McQuage Wright of Clio, and i s survived by her husband H. M.
               Herbert; one son, James Legette Herbert; four brothers, Lesli e C. Wright of Arlington, VA, J. D. Wright of
               Dilllon, M. D. Wright and R. Cameron Wright o f Clio; one sisters, Mrs. B. A. Newton. Funeral service were
               held at Whitner Funeral Home Mo nday at 4 p.m. Burial followed in McLucas Cemetery. The Rev. E. B.
               Johnson was in charge.

               More About GLADYS R. WRIGHT:
               Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
               Record Change: July 15, 2005

               More About H. M. HERBERT:
               Record Change: July 15, 2005

         ii.   LESLIE C. WRIGHT84, b. August 25, 1901, Marlboro County, SC; d. September 07, 1991.

               Notes for LESLIE C. WRIGHT:
               Last residence was Alexandria, Alexandria City, Virginia

               More About LESLIE C. WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 08, 2005

        iii.   JAMES D. WRIGHT84, b. May 22, 1903, Marlboro County, SC; d. March 1966.

               Notes for JAMES D. WRIGHT:
               Last residence was Alexandria, Alexandria City, Virginia

               More About JAMES D. WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 08, 2005

58.     iv.    PAUL G. WRIGHT, b. August 08, 1906, Marlboro County, SC; d. April 07, 1949.
         v.    MARION F. WRIGHT84, b. May 02, 1909, Marlboro County, SC; d. June 1969.

               More About MARION F. WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 08, 2005

        vi.    MARGARET ELLEN WRIGHT85, b. November 15, 1913; d. May 25, 1916.

               More About MARGARET ELLEN WRIGHT:
               Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
               Record Change: February 17, 2005

        vii.   CAMERON WRIGHT, b. 1921.

               More About CAMERON WRIGHT:
               Record Change: January 29, 2005


27. DUNCAN C.3 WRIGHT (JAMES CAMERON2, GEORGE1) was born 1873 in Marlboro County, SC. He married
HATTIE M.. She was born 1875.

More About DUNCAN C. WRIGHT:
Record Change: January 29, 2005

More About HATTIE M.:
Record Change: January 29, 2005

Children of DUNCAN WRIGHT and HATTIE M. are:
          i.   DUNCAN CARROLL4 WRIGHT86, b. October 29, 1908, Marlboro County, SC; d. June 1986; m. NETTIE
               MCQUAGE; b. 1911.

               Notes for DUNCAN CARROLL WRIGHT:
               Believe this is Duncan Carroll Wright. Last residence was Jacksonville, Duval, FL.

               More About DUNCAN CARROLL WRIGHT:
               Record Change: January 29, 2005

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                More About NETTIE MCQUAGE:
                Record Change: January 29, 2005

          ii.   MARVIN W. WRIGHT87, b. 1911, Marlboro County, SC; d. September 22, 1946, Marlboro County, SC.

                More About MARVIN W. WRIGHT:
                Record Change: February 06, 2005


                                                   Generation No. 4

28. JAMES P4 WRIGHT (JOHN J.3, CAMERON G.2, GEORGE1) was born October 18, 1854 in Richmond County, NC,
and died December 05, 1917. He married CHLOE FRANCES WRIGHT88, daughter of GEORGE WRIGHT and
MIRANDA WILLIAMSON. She was born May 15, 1855, and died March 22, 1930 in Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC.

Notes for JAMES P WRIGHT:
1900 Scotland County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family # 134 - Wright, James 46, b. Ju ne 1853;
Frances 47, b. May 1853; Manley 19, b. November, 1880; Emerson 15 b. November 1884 ; Jim 10 b. August
1889; Ollie 5 b. August 1894; Pearl 8/12 b. September 1899.

More About JAMES P WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Walters Road, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 22, 2004

Notes for CHLOE FRANCES WRIGHT:
Chloe's will recorded in Scotland County - written May 13, 1924, proved April 8, 1930 mention s:

Daughter Ollie Smith, wife of J. H. Smith to received kitchen and household furniture and 1/ 5 of land joining W.
T. Wright.

Daughter, Pearl Wright to receive watch, Ford Car, Sewing machine and 2/5 of land.

Son Manly Wright to receive 1/5 of land

Son James B. Wright to receive 1/5 of land

Brother W. T. Wright, executor

On Saturday morning, March 22, Mrs. Chloe Frances Wright, died at the home of her daughter, M rs. James
Easterling of Laurel Hill. Mrs. Wright was the daughter of George and Miranda Wrig ht and was born May 15,
1855. She was married to J. P. Wright, who died 12 years ago. Survi ving are four children, M. M. Wright, of
Latta, SC, Mrs. J. H. Smith of Hamlet, J. B. Wrigh t and Mrs. James Easterling of Laurel Hill. One brother, W.
T. Wright, of Gibson and 12 gran dchildren. Mrs. Wright was a good woman, a member of St. Johns Methodist
church and later o f the Wrigts Bridge church. Funeral services were held at the family cemetery Sunday afterno
on at 3 o'clock by Rev. Bryant Lovin, her pastor and Rev. Edward M. Graham of Charlotte. Bea utiful flowers
were banked about the grave. The pall bearers were Messrs. F. M. Rachels, Cha rlie Cox, Jess M. Gibson, J. A.
Rachels, Bill Jackson, W. F. Caulder.

More About CHLOE FRANCES WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Walters Road, Scotland, NC
Record Change: April 30, 2005

Children of JAMES WRIGHT and CHLOE WRIGHT are:
           i.   MANLEY MONROE5 WRIGHT, b. November 1880, Richmond County, NC; m. MARY FRANCES PEARSON89;
                b. November 28, 1882; d. August 19, 1927.

                More About MANLEY MONROE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: May 07, 2004

                Notes for MARY FRANCES PEARSON:

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       Mrs. M. M. Wright, age 45 years, of the Wrights Bridge section was found dead in bed earl y Friday morning,
       August 19, by her children when they were awakened by the crying of thei r 3 months old baby brothers. She
       had gone to bed in good health so far as her family knew a nd she had made no complaint.
          Before marriage, Mrs. Wright was Miss Mollie Pearson, daughter of Henry Pearson and Fanni e Pearson of
       this county. She joined the Tabernacle church early in life.
          Funeral and burial services were held Friday afternoon at 5:30 at the Peele cemetery, nea r her old home.
       Rev. H. C. Ewing, assisted by Rev. Bryant Loving, officiating. The grave wa s banked with a profusionof
       beautiful flowers.
         Mrs. Wright was a devoted wife and mother and was greatly loved by those who knew her. Th ere are
       surviving a husband, seven children, four sisters and nine brothers. They have the h eart felt sympathy of
       their many friends in their great sorrow.

       More About MARY FRANCES PEARSON:
       Burial: Peele Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: December 02, 2005

 ii.   EMERSON WRIGHT90,91, b. November 14, 1884, Richmond County, NC; d. January 06, 1916, Hamlet,
       Richmond, NC.

       Notes for EMERSON WRIGHT:
       Scotland Citizen Murdered In Marlboro - Mr. Emerson Wright Shot To Death by Laud Quick--Shoot ing
       occurred at Boykin Church. - Early Monday night of last week, Emerson Wright, aged 28 yea rs, a citizen of
       the Gibson section of the county, was shot and so seriously wounded that h e died two days later in the
       Hamlet Hospital without regaining consciounsness. The shootin g occurred about 9 o'clock close to Boykin
       church, just over the State line, and about two mi les from Gibson. According to the information available,
       Mr. Wright and his brother, Mr. Man ly Wright, were returning from Bennettsville where they had been
       during the day attending th e usual trade day held in that town the first Monday in each month. At Boykin
       church they me t three men, Messrs. Laud and Eb Quick and Frank Stanton, all Marlboro people. The place o
       f meeting was a close one in the road, and in passing, the Wright brothers , necessarily pass ed close to the
       other parties. As the teams were passing, Laud Quick, it is said, cursed Smi th and said: "you had better drive
       over us," to which Emerson Smith replied "you needn't tal k so big about it." At this time, Quick caught hold
       of Smith and pulled him out of his bugg y and knocked him down. Smith, as soon as he could get up,
       returned to his buggy and starte d driving off. About this time three pistol shots rang out. Two of them
       missed their mark , the third entering the back of Emerson Smith's head.

       Dr. E. A. Livingston was hurriedly called from Gibson and at once realizing the seriousness o f the wound
       hurried the wounded man to Hamlet, where he was place in the Hamlet Hospital fo r treatment. The wound
       was of such a serious nature that no operation was performed. Mr. Wr ight died Wednesday night without
       regaining consciousness. The body was brought to the famil y home near Gibson, Thursday morning and
       buried in the family burying ground.

       Mr. Wright, who was a son of Mr. Jim Wright, was it is said, a young man of peaceful and quie t disposition,
       and the sad ending of his young life has brought much sorrow to many hearts i n the county. It is reported
       that two of the parties who are thought to be responsible for h is death, have been placed under arrest.

       Another Account of the Tragedy - Gibson, Jan. 7, Emerson Wright, of this place, died yesterda y following a
       wound received Monday night when he was fired on while returning home from B ennettsville. Officers are
       searching for Laud Quick, who, it is charged, did the shooting . Mr. Wright went to Bennettsville Monday
       and was returning home Monday night. About eigh t o'clock two miles west of Gibson, he drove up near a
       buggy and told the parties that he wa s in a hurry to get home and would drive by them. Some one in the
       other buggy told him tha t he would kill the first one who attempted to drive by him. Mr. Wright, of course
       thought h e was only joking with him and kept on driving. Just as he got in front of the buggy some on e fired
       four times, the last ball hitting Mr. Wright in the back of the neck. He was hurrie d to the Hamlet Hospital, at
       which place he died yesterday morning at 12:30 o'clock. His rem ains were brought to Gibson on Yesterday
       morning's train and were buried this morning at th e Wright cemetery near his home. Mr. Wright was from
       one of the best families in this secio n and his bereaved ones have many friends who sympathize with them in
       their sorrow.

       More About EMERSON WRIGHT:
       Burial: Wright Cemetery, Walters Road, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: December 02, 2005

iii.   JAMES BARRON WRIGHT92, b. August 26, 1890, Richmond County, NC; d. June 29, 1958, Laurinburg,
       Scotland, NC; m. (1) ANNIE LEE HERSEY93; b. April 06, 1894; d. April 18, 1937; m. (2) NETTIE JACOBS; b.
       July 25, 1906; d. April 30, 1963.


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              Notes for JAMES BARRON WRIGHT:
              1920 Scotland County NC Census - Williamsons Township - Family # 103 - Wright, James B. 29; A nnie Lee
              23; Emma 7; Irvin 5.

              1930 Scotland County NC Census - Williamsons Township - Family # 66 - Wright, Jim 39; Annie 2 4; Emma
              18; James E 16; Thelma K. 6.

              Jim Barron Wright, 67, died Sunday at the Scotland County Memorial Hospital, where he had bee n a patient
              for a week. He was a life long resident of the Wrights Bridge section of Scotlan d County, near Laurel Hill.
              Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock a t Wrights Bridge church with the Rev.
              Claude Hinson and the Rev. Albert Hinson of Rockingha m and the Rev. Phillips J. Parker officiating. Burial
              was in Wrights cemetery. Pallbearer s were Murray Gibson and Will Caulder of Gibson, George Wright of
              Hamlet, Tom Denson of Maxto n, Henry Wright of Fayetteville, Willie Harding of Laurel Hill. Mrs. Claude
              Hinson and Mrs . Albert Hinson were in charge of the floral tributes and were assisted by friends of the fam
              ily. Mr. Wright, who had farmed in that section of the county most of the adult years of hi s life, was a son of
              the late Jim and Frances Wright. He continued to farm until his healt h failed about three years ago.
              Surviving are his wife, the former Nettie Jacobs of Laurinbu rg, one son, James Ervin Wright of Richmond,
              Va., one daughter, Mrs. Emma Thomas of Asheboro , and a step-son, Dougal Locklear of Baltimore, Md., one
              brother, Manley Wright of Fayettevil le, and two sisters, Mrs. Pearl Easterling and Mrs. Ollie Smith.

              More About JAMES BARRON WRIGHT:
              Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
              Record Change: May 10, 2004

              More About ANNIE LEE HERSEY:
              Burial: Mudd Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
              Record Change: April 22, 2004

              More About NETTIE JACOBS:
              Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
              Record Change: May 10, 2004

        iv.   OLLIE CELIA WRIGHT94,95, b. August 05, 1895, Richmond County, NC; d. August 06, 1974, Laurinburg,
              Scotland, NC; m. JAMES HENRY SMITH96, August 04, 1912, Gibson, Scotland, NC; b. August 26, 1886; d.
              March 18, 1963.

              Notes for OLLIE CELIA WRIGHT:
              Mrs. Ollie Wright Smith, 79, died Tuesday at Scotland Memorial hospital. She made her home a t 700
              Marlboro street, Hamlet. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 4 p.m. at Wilson-Ha rrington Chapel,
              Hamlet, and burial will be in Mary Love Cemetery there. She is survived b y two daughters, Mrs. Robert
              Wendell Rivers of Hamlet and Mrs. Milton Morgan of Laurinburg, a nd four grandchildren.

              More About OLLIE CELIA WRIGHT:
              Burial: Mary Love Cemetery, Hamlet, Richmond, NC
              Record Change: April 30, 2005

              More About JAMES HENRY SMITH:
              Burial: Mary Love Cemetery, Hamlet, Richmond, NC
              Record Change: April 15, 2004

         v.   PEARL WRIGHT97, b. September 01, 1899, Richmond County, NC; d. April 1974, Asheboro, Randolph, NC;
              m. JAMES EASTERLING.

              More About PEARL WRIGHT:
              Record Change: May 10, 2004

              More About JAMES EASTERLING:
              Record Change: April 30, 2005


29. THOMAS4 CHANCE (JANE3 WRIGHT, CAMERON G.2, GEORGE1)98 was born May 20, 1856 in Richmond County,
NC, and died October 11, 1935. He married LOUISE. She was born April 21, 1858, and died May 24, 1932.

Notes for THOMAS CHANCE:
1900 Scotland County Census - Williamson Township - Family # 196 - Chance, Thomas 44 b. May 1 856; Lou J.

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42, b. April 1858; John A. 21 b. April 1879; Mattie F. 18 b. March 1882; Willia m T. 15, b. July 1884; Jane 74.
b. May 1826 (widow) mother; Huntly, William 32 b. September 1 867 (son-in-law).

More About THOMAS CHANCE:
Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
Record Change: April 15, 2003

More About LOUISE:
Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 20, 2005

Children of THOMAS CHANCE and LOUISE are:
           i.   JOHN A.5 CHANCE, b. April 1879.

                More About JOHN A. CHANCE:
                Record Change: March 26, 2004

          ii.   MATTIE F. CHANCE, b. March 1882.

                More About MATTIE F. CHANCE:
                Record Change: March 26, 2004

         iii.   WILLIAM T CHANCE98, b. July 12, 1884; d. August 16, 1939.

                More About WILLIAM T CHANCE:
                Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: May 20, 2005


30. MILTON4 WRIGHT (ALBERT W.3, GEORGE2, GEORGE1) was born December 11, 1845 in Richmond County, NC,
and died February 10, 1930. He married ELIZA J. MCGIRT April 07, 1870 in Robeson County, NC. She was born
February 28, 1849, and died March 01, 1941.

Notes for MILTON WRIGHT:
1870 Robeson County NC Census - Smith's Township - Family #            Wright, Milton 26; Eliza J. 2 2.

1880 Robeson County NC Census - Smith's Township - Family # 43 - Wright Milton 34; E. J. 28 ; A. A. (m) 9;
M. J. (f) 7; E. J. (f) 4; Agenora (f) 9/12.

1900 Robeson County NC Census - Smiths Township - Family # 169 - Wright, Milton 54 b. Dec 184 5; Eliza 50
b. Jan 1850 ( Eliza had 9 children - 7 living); Ella 23 b. Feb. 1877 (widow); Aut hor 18 b. Feb. 1882; Johnie 16 b.
Jan 1884; Milton 14 b. Nov 1885; Gilbert 10 b. Jan 1890.

1910 Robeson County NC Census - Parkton - Family # 13 - Wright, Milton 64; Elliza J. 58; Will iam K. 4
grandson.

1920 Robeson County NC Census - Parkton - Family # 230 - Wright, Milton 74; Eliza J 68; Arth ur 34.

More About MILTON WRIGHT:
Burial: Centre Presbyterian Church, Maxton, Robeson, NC
Record Change: July 23, 2005

Notes for ELIZA J. MCGIRT:
1930 Robeson County NC Census - Parkton - Family # 80 - Wright, Eliza J. 80 widow; Marsh, El la W (dau) 50
(widow); Arthur W (son) 45.

More About ELIZA J. MCGIRT:
Burial: Centre Presbyterian Church, Maxton, Robeson, NC
Record Change: July 23, 2005

Children of MILTON WRIGHT and ELIZA J. MCGIRT are:

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  i.   ARCHIBALD A.5 WRIGHT, b. 1871, Robeson County, NC; d. 1934, Robeson County, NC; m. SUSIE DORA
       MCCALL; b. March 1874; d. 1961, Robeson County, NC.

       Notes for ARCHIBALD A. WRIGHT:
       1900 Scotland County NC Census - Spring Hill Township - Family # 105 - Wright, Archie A 29 b . May
       1871; Sallie 26 b. March 1874; McNeill Edmond 16 (black) servant.

       1910 Robeson County NC Census - Parkton Township - Living on the Fayetteville and Lumber Brid ge Road -
       Family # 71 - Wright, Archie A. 38; Sallie D. 36; Alvey G 9; Narvey McC 2; Aubie 1 , Wright, Arthur W 28
       (brother).

       1920 Robeson County NC Census - Parkton - Family # 228 - Wright, Archie A. 48; Sallie D 45; A lvey G 19;
       William K 14; Narvey McC 12; Aubrey L. 10; Pate, Clarence 24 boarder.

       1930 Forsyth County NC Census - Winston-Salem - Living on N. Patterson Avenue - Family # 11 6 - Wright,
       Archie A. 58, Salesman in a grocery store; Dora S. 56 ; William K. 24 Manager i n a grocery store; Narvey
       McC 22 works in tobacco factory; Aubrey L. 20 Steel worker in build ing construction; Bondurant, John B.
       62 boarder.

       More About ARCHIBALD A. WRIGHT:
       Burial: Centre Presbyterian Church, Maxton, Robeson, NC
       Record Change: June 20, 2005

       More About SUSIE DORA MCCALL:
       Burial: Centre Presbyterian Church, Maxton, Robeson, NC
       Record Change: June 20, 2005

 ii.   M. J. WRIGHT, b. 1873, Robeson County, NC.

       More About M. J. WRIGHT:
       Record Change: June 06, 2004

iii.   ELLA J. WRIGHT, b. 1876, Robeson County, NC; m. MARSH.

       More About ELLA J. WRIGHT:
       Record Change: January 21, 2005

       More About MARSH:
       Record Change: January 21, 2005

iv.    MARY IDA WRIGHT, b. January 24, 1878; d. May 14, 1897.

       More About MARY IDA WRIGHT:
       Burial: Centre Presbyterian Church, Maxton, Robeson, NC
       Record Change: July 23, 2005

 v.    AGENORA WRIGHT, b. September 13, 1879, Robeson County, NC; d. October 25, 1899, Robeson County,
       NC.

       More About AGENORA WRIGHT:
       Burial: Centre Presbyterian Church, Maxton, Robeson, NC
       Record Change: July 23, 2005

vi.    ARTHUR WRIGHT, b. February 05, 1882, Robeson County, NC; d. February 15, 1943.

       More About ARTHUR WRIGHT:
       Burial: Centre Presbyterian Church, Maxton, Robeson, NC
       Record Change: July 23, 2005

vii.   JOHN G. WRIGHT, b. January 1884, Robeson County, NC.

       Notes for JOHN G. WRIGHT:
       1920 Robeson County NC Census - Parkton - Family # 299 - Wright, John D. 26; Lula M. 30; Elv a C. 8;
       Bonnie J. 4 3/12; Frances J. 1.

       1930 Robeson County NC Census - Parkton - Family # 61 - Wright, John G. 47; Loula M. 40; Elv a C. 18;

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                Bonnie J. 14; John F. 11(dau).

                More About JOHN G. WRIGHT:
                Record Change: January 21, 2005

        viii.   MILTON WRIGHT, b. November 30, 1886, Robeson County, NC; d. March 17, 1913.

                More About MILTON WRIGHT:
                Burial: Centre Presbyterian Church, Maxton, Robeson, NC
                Record Change: July 23, 2005

         ix.    GILBERT WRIGHT, b. January 1890, Robeson County, NC.

                More About GILBERT WRIGHT:
                Record Change: January 21, 2005


31. SIMEON P4 WRIGHT (ALBERT W.3, GEORGE2, GEORGE1)99,100 was born July 17, 1849 in Richmond County,
NC, and died June 15, 1928 in Marlboro County, SC. He married SABRA M.100. She was born April 27, 1857 in
North Carolina, and died November 18, 1926 in Marlboro County, SC.

Notes for SIMEON P WRIGHT:
Simeon was living in Red Bluff township in Marlboro County, SC in 1880.

1900 Marlboro County, SC Census - Bennettsville - Family # 268 - Wright, Simeon 50 b. Oct 184 9; Sabrey 50 b.
April 1857; Ziphrias 22 b.Oct 1877; May 21 b.May 1879; Annie 18 b. May 1881 ; Lula 16 b. Nov. 1883; Ila 13
b. Sept 1886; Sallie 11 b. July 1888; Thomas 9 b. Mar 1891; Ha rry 4 b. Aug 1893; Dixon 4 b. Jan 1896; Pearl 2
b. Feb. 1898.

1910 Marlboro County SC Census - Bennettsville - Family # 150 - Wright, Smion P. 53 b. NC; Sa bra M. 52;
Lula 24; Tom C 18; Dixon C 11; Pearle 11; Ila 22; Sallie 20.

1920 Marlboro County SC Census - Family # 140 - Wright, Simeon P 70; Sabra M. 61; Lula 33; Il a 30; Sallie
28; Aleese 6 (granddaughter).

1930 Marlboro County SC Census - Family # 114 - Wright, Annie 40; Lula 38 (sister); Sallie 3 2 (sister); Aleece
16 (niece); Winnie or Nannie (lodger) 25. (These are the daughters of Sim eon P. Wright). Notice the ages are
not right.

More About SIMEON P WRIGHT:
Burial: Oak Ridge Cemetery, Bennettsville, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: February 06, 2005

More About SABRA M.:
Burial: Oak Ridge Cemetery, Bennettsville, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: April 14, 2005

Children of SIMEON WRIGHT and SABRA M. are:
           i.   ZEPHRIAS5 WRIGHT, b. October 1877, South Carolina.

                More About ZEPHRIAS WRIGHT:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

          ii.   MAHALEE WRIGHT, b. May 1879, South Carolina.

                More About MAHALEE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

         iii.   LULA WRIGHT100, b. November 02, 1883; d. August 30, 1965; m. HARDIN.

                More About LULA WRIGHT:
                Burial: Oak Ridge Cemetery, Bennettsville, Marlboro, SC


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                Record Change: July 25, 2005

                More About HARDIN:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

         iv.    ISLA LOUISE WRIGHT, b. September 20, 1885; d. May 22, 1963.

                More About ISLA LOUISE WRIGHT:
                Burial: Oak Ridge Cemetery, Bennettsville, Marlboro, SC
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

          v.    SALLIE WRIGHT, b. July 1888, South Carolina.

                More About SALLIE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

         vi.    THOMAS C WRIGHT, b. March 1891, South Carolina.

                More About THOMAS C WRIGHT:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

         vii.   HARRY B. WRIGHT, b. August 26, 1893, Marlboro County, SC; d. September 09, 1904, Marlboro County,
                SC.

                More About HARRY B. WRIGHT:
                Burial: Oak Ridge Cemetery, Bennettsville, Marlboro, SC
                Record Change: July 25, 2005

        viii.   DIXON C. WRIGHT101, b. June 10, 1897; d. March 14, 1983; m. ELIZA.

                Notes for DIXON C. WRIGHT:
                Dixon worked for the railroad.

                More About DIXON C. WRIGHT:
                Record Change: January 29, 2005

                More About ELIZA:
                Record Change: January 29, 2005

         ix.    PEARL WRIGHT, b. February 1898, South Carolina.

                More About PEARL WRIGHT:
                Record Change: July 25, 2005


32. C. HAMILTON4 WRIGHT (ALBERT W.3, GEORGE2, GEORGE1)102,103 was born July 22, 1849 in Richmond
County, NC, and died February 09, 1928 in Raeford, Hoke, NC. He married (1) ANN ELIZA SMITH 1879. She
was born 1854 in North Carolina, and died Abt. 1888. He married (2) MAGGIE MCLEAN103 December 11, 1884
in Robeson County, NC. She was born June 10, 1852, and died May 15, 1887.

Notes for C. HAMILTON WRIGHT:
1880 Marlboro County, SC Census, Hebron, page 476B - Wright, Hampton 25; Eliza 26; Manning Jo hn (b) 26.

Hamliton Wright age 63, and his sister, Rebecca, age 64 are listed with Burke Smith famil y # 184 in 1920 living
in Scotland County - Williamson township.

Mr. C. H. Wright, a citizen of Scotland county, died at the home of his daughter near Raefor d on February 9. He
was run over by an automobile on November 4, 1927, and from that time ne ver walked again. About five days
before his death he contracted pneumonia. Mr. Wright wa s 78 years old. His first marriage to Miss Ann Eliza
Smith of Marlboro county, SC, took plac e in 1879. She lived only a short time after her marriage. In 1884 he
was married a secon d time to Miss Maggie McLean of Robeson County, who died about 40 years ago. The
funeral an d burial service was conducted at Phillipi church and his body was laid to rest in the cemete ry at that
place. He is survived by two brothers, Mr. Milton Wright, of Parkton, and Mr. S . P. Wright, of Bennettsville,
SC; two daughters, Mrs. Burke Smith of Scotland county and Mrs . Zeb Hearn of Hoke county, and 14

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grandchildren.

More About C. HAMILTON WRIGHT:
Burial: Philippi Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
Record Change: March 10, 2006

More About ANN ELIZA SMITH:
Record Change: March 30, 2005

More About MAGGIE MCLEAN:
Burial: Philippi Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
Record Change: March 10, 2006

Child of C. WRIGHT and ANN SMITH is:
          i.   ANNIE5 WRIGHT104,105, b. October 01, 1880; d. September 03, 1949, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC; m. BURKE
               SMITH; b. August 12, 1884; d. January 18, 1935.

               Notes for ANNIE WRIGHT:
               Mrs. Annie Smith, widely known Laurel Hill resident and church leader, died suddenly at her h ome Saturday
               morning. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at the Laurel Hill Me thodist church and burial
               followed at the family cemetery, Wrights Cemetery near Laurel Hill . Services were conducted by Mrs.
               Smith's pastor, Rev. C. B. Harris, assisted by Rev. T. O . McGhee. Pallbearers were: H. M. Rushing, M. D.
               Livingston, A. A. Caulder, R. W. Hampton , H. W. Daniels, S. D. Jackson, Jesse Brown and W. F. Caulder.
               Honorary pallbearers were me mbers of the Men's Bible class of the Laurel Hill Methodist church. Hundreds
               of friends an d relatives attended the funeral services and the church was filled to overflowing. Mrs. W . P.
               Boland had charge of the flowers and members of Mrs. Smith's Sunday school class. "Th e Lula Watkins
               Bible Class." assisted. Mrs. Smith's death was a shock to the entire communit y. She had been in good health
               Friday and died after only a few hours illness. Mrs. Smith w as born in 1880, the daughter of Hamilton and
               Eliza Smith Wright. Her husband was the late B urke Smith. She was a member of the Laurel Hill Methodist
               church and secretary of the Lula W atkins Bible Class. She had 10 years of perfect Sunday school and church
               attendance and in 1 947 was made a life member of the Woman's Society of Christian Service. She is
               survived by f ive children: Vester and Veryle Smith of Hamlet, Mrs. Bryant Stevens of Laurel Hill, Mrs. L .
               M. Hobbs of Darlington and Ralph Smith of the home. Also a sister, Mrs. Z. V. Hearn of Lau rinburg and six
               grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

               More About ANNIE WRIGHT:
               Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: April 23, 2004

               More About BURKE SMITH:
               Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: April 22, 2004


Child of C. WRIGHT and MAGGIE MCLEAN is:
         ii.   LOLA MAE5 WRIGHT106, b. October 01, 1885; d. January 03, 1975, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC; m. ZEB
               VANCE HEARN, January 31, 1909, Aberdeen, Moore, NC; b. April 26, 1886; d. August 06, 1979,
               Laurinburg, Scotland, NC.

               Notes for LOLA MAE WRIGHT:
               Mrs. Zeb V. Hearn, the former Lola Wright, died early this morning at Scotland Memorial Hospi tal. She was
               89. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 3 p.m. at the First Unite d Methodist church by the Rev.
               Sam McMillan. Burial will follow in Hillside cemetery..... Bo rn Oct. 1, 1885 in Scotland county, Mrs. Hearn
               was a daughter of the late Hamilton and Maggi e McLean Wright. The residence is at 407 Fairly street.
               Surviving are her husband, three da ughters, Mrs. Clarence (Sarah) Durham of Laurinburg, Mrs. Carroll
               (Esther) McNeill of Rocking ham, and Mrs. N. B. (Mildred) Reynolds of Robbins, six sons, Earl., Edmond,
               and Marshall B. , all of Laurinburg, Zeb V. Jr. of Graham, Melvin H. of Raleigh, and Hallie H. Hearn of
               Maria nna, Fla., 19 grandchildren; and 12 great grandchildren.

               Scotland County Deed Book J, page 222
               North Carolina }
               Scotland County } Know all men by these presence that we Zeb Hern and wife Lola M. Hern of C hatham
               County, North Carolina, do, for certain considerations thereto moving for ourselves ou r heirs and assigns
               give, devise and donate the following piece of land situate in Scotland C ounty North Carolina, Williamsons

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              Township, adjoining the lands of Mrs. Nancy McNeill to be u sed for the sole purpose of a burial ground,
              being the same upon which the late Albert Wrigh t and others are buried, and to be known as the Wright
              burying ground. Beginning at an Iro n stake set in the dividing line between us the said Zeb Hern and Lola
              M. Hern and Mrs. Nanc y McNeill and S. W. of the burying ground and runs N. 30 W. 3.16 chs. to a stake,
              thence N. 6 0 E. parallel with said dividing line 3.16 chs. to a stake, thence S. 30 E. 3.16 chs. to sai d dividing
              line; thence with said line S. 60 W. 3.16 chs. to the beginning, containing one ac re, and we the said Zeb Hern
              and wife Lola M. hern for ourselves our heirs and assigns foreve r release and quit-claim all right, title and
              interest for the use and sole purpose herein ab ove stated. In Testimony Whereof we the said Zeb Hern and
              wife Lola M. Hern have hereunto se t their hands and seals, in presence of.
               Zeb Hearn
               Lola M. Hearn
              D. M. Bridges - This the 27 day of January 1914.

              North Carolina }
              Chatham County } I, Jas. L. Griffin, Clerk of the superior Court of said County, do hereby ce rtify that D. M.
              Bridges was, at the time of signing the foregoing Instrument, a Justice of t he Peace in and for the County of
              Chatham and State of North Carolina, and the at his signatu re thereto is in his own proper handwriting. In
              Witness Whereof, I, hereunto subscribe my na me and affix my official seal, thie 29th day of Jany. A. D. 1914
              Jas. L. Griffin, Clerk Superior Court

              North Carolina }
              Scotland County } The foregoing certificate of D. M. Bridges, a justice of the Peace of Char tham County,
              and the certificate of Jas. L. Griffin Clerk of the Superior Court for Chatham C ounty, with his official seal
              attached, are adjudged to be correct. Let the instrument, wit h the certificates, be registered. This 2nd day of
              Feby. 1914.
               C. D. McCormick, Deputy Clerk Superior Court

              Filed Feb. 2, 1914 and duly recorded.                       C. E. Muse Register of D eeds

              More About LOLA MAE WRIGHT:
              Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
              Record Change: April 24, 2004

              More About ZEB VANCE HEARN:
              Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
              Record Change: April 24, 2004


33. CHLOE FRANCES4 WRIGHT (GEORGE P3, CAMERON G.2, GEORGE1)107 was born May 15, 1855, and died
March 22, 1930 in Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC. She married JAMES P WRIGHT, son of JOHN WRIGHT and PIETY.
He was born October 18, 1854 in Richmond County, NC, and died December 05, 1917.

Notes for CHLOE FRANCES WRIGHT:
Chloe's will recorded in Scotland County - written May 13, 1924, proved April 8, 1930 mention s:

Daughter Ollie Smith, wife of J. H. Smith to received kitchen and household furniture and 1/ 5 of land joining W.
T. Wright.

Daughter, Pearl Wright to receive watch, Ford Car, Sewing machine and 2/5 of land.

Son Manly Wright to receive 1/5 of land

Son James B. Wright to receive 1/5 of land

Brother W. T. Wright, executor

On Saturday morning, March 22, Mrs. Chloe Frances Wright, died at the home of her daughter, M rs. James
Easterling of Laurel Hill. Mrs. Wright was the daughter of George and Miranda Wrig ht and was born May 15,
1855. She was married to J. P. Wright, who died 12 years ago. Survi ving are four children, M. M. Wright, of
Latta, SC, Mrs. J. H. Smith of Hamlet, J. B. Wrigh t and Mrs. James Easterling of Laurel Hill. One brother, W.
T. Wright, of Gibson and 12 gran dchildren. Mrs. Wright was a good woman, a member of St. Johns Methodist
church and later o f the Wrigts Bridge church. Funeral services were held at the family cemetery Sunday afterno
on at 3 o'clock by Rev. Bryant Lovin, her pastor and Rev. Edward M. Graham of Charlotte. Bea utiful flowers

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were banked about the grave. The pall bearers were Messrs. F. M. Rachels, Cha rlie Cox, Jess M. Gibson, J. A.
Rachels, Bill Jackson, W. F. Caulder.

More About CHLOE FRANCES WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Walters Road, Scotland, NC
Record Change: April 30, 2005

Notes for JAMES P WRIGHT:
1900 Scotland County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family # 134 - Wright, James 46, b. Ju ne 1853;
Frances 47, b. May 1853; Manley 19, b. November, 1880; Emerson 15 b. November 1884 ; Jim 10 b. August
1889; Ollie 5 b. August 1894; Pearl 8/12 b. September 1899.

More About JAMES P WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Walters Road, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 22, 2004

Children are listed above under (28) James P Wright.

34. WILLIAM T4 WRIGHT (GEORGE P3, CAMERON G.2, GEORGE1)108 was born March 16, 1862 in Richmond
County, NC, and died June 19, 1934 in Scotland County, NC. He married EMMA MCLAUCHLIN November 08,
1891 in Richmond County, NC. She was born May 10, 1858, and died May 08, 1938.

Notes for WILLIAM T WRIGHT:
1900 Scotland County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family # 287 - Wright, William 38 b. M arch 1862;
Emma 40, born August 1859; Ruth 7 born February 1893; Clayton 2, born July 1897 ; Miranda 66; born
September 1833 (mother)

1910 Scotland County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family # 173 - Wright, William T 48; E mma J 40;
Ruth 17; Clayton; Miranda 77 (mother - widow).

The Laurinburg Exchange - June 3, 1926 - Mr. Wright Loses Four Good Hams - Mr. W. T. Wright , of near
Gibson, was a visitor in Laurinburg Tuesday and told how thieves had stolen from hi s smoke house on Tuesday
night, May 25, four fine hams that would weigh probably 25 pounds ea ch. Thus far Mr. Wright has not been
able to find the stolen meat or the thieves who took it . He was able to make out the barefoot tracks of three men,
who came to his smoke house an d returned across the field in the same direction. "We never keep anything
locked," said Mr . Wright, "We just leave smoke house, crib, barn and the house unlocked day and night, and t
his is the first time I ever knew anyboby to steal anything from me. Sometimes I have though t my corn was
going pretty fast, but I couldn't tell for sure." Mr. Wright goes on to say th at there was side meat and other cured
meat in his smoke house, and that he has plenty of mea t left for his own needs, but even at that he does not like to
have his good hams stolen. An d he thinks he will be able to locate the thieves yet.

William T. Wright Dies at 72 - Prominent Citizen of Williamson Township Passes After Illnes s of Five Weeks -
William T. Wright, prominent Scotland county citizen, died at his home in W illiamson township on Tuesday
evening, June 19, after an illness of five weeks. Funeral serv ices were held from the home on Wednesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, his pastor, Rev. J. H. Buff aloe, officiating. A large number of friends and relatives
gathered to pay the last tribut e to a good man and friend. The pall bearers were nephews of Mr. Wright, as
follows: Messr s R. M. Bundy, Bill McLauchlin, Shelton Stutts, Neil O'Tuel, Malloy Gibson and Everett Stutts .
Those in charge of the floral tributes were nieces of Mr. Wright, Mrs. Neil O'Tuel, Mrs. J . H. Smith, Mrs. R. M.
Bundy, Mrs. J. A. Easterling and Mrs. J. P. Mangum. Mr. Wright was bo rn March 16, 1862 in Richmond (now
Scotland) county, and was the son of George and Miranda Wi lliams Wright. He married Miss Emma J.
McLauchlin, who survives. To this union two childre n were born, as follows: Clayton Wright, who died
December 11, 1933, and Mrs. Ruth Gibson, w ife of A. E. Gibson, who died March 13, 1924. One grandson,
David Gibson, of Laurinburg surv ives. Mr. Wright, or Mr. Bill as he was known to many friends, was a member
of St. Johns Met hodist church, a Mason and a Woodman. He was a true friend and a good citizen, always lendin
g a helping hand a word of cheer. He served for a number of years as a magistrate.

More About WILLIAM T WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Walters Road, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 22, 2004

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More About EMMA MCLAUCHLIN:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Walters Road, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 22, 2004

Children of WILLIAM WRIGHT and EMMA MCLAUCHLIN are:
          i.   RUTH PATE5 WRIGHT109, b. February 1893, Richmond County, NC; d. March 13, 1924; m. ARCHIE E.
               GIBSON, August 11, 1915, Gibson, Scotland County, NC.

               Notes for RUTH PATE WRIGHT:
               Marriage of Popular Young Couple at Gibson - Gibson, NC Aug. 12 - One of the prettiest marria ges ever
               witnessed here was that of Miss Ruth Pate Wright and Mr. Archie Ed Gibson last eveni ng at nine o'clock at
               the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wright. The room w as most tastefully decorated in white
               and green and in one corner stood a hugh arch, under wh ich the ceremony was performed by Reverend O. W.
               Dowd, pastor of the bride. The wedding marc h was rendered by Miss Willie Gibson, who entered with Mr.
               G. Watt Wright. Miss Gibson's gow n was of white lingerie and she carried white roses. Next entered Miss
               Mildred Gibson and Mr . Ed Gibson and Miss Nan Gibson with Mr. Kilgo Gibson. Thses two ladies were
               dressed in whit e organdie and carried white roses. The flower girls were little Misses Meredity McNeil an d
               Binks McLauchin. Immediately followed the bride on the arm of the groom. She was lovely i n a goun ow
               white silk with court train and viel. The impressive ring ceremony was used. Th e many pretty and useful
               gifts received attes to the popularity of the couple. They will mak e their home near Gibson, NC.

               The Laurinburg Exchange - March 20, 1924 - Mrs. Archie E. Gibson Dies At Raleigh Hospital Las t Thursday
               - Was Well Known and Beloved Woman of Gibson, Funeral Service Friday Afternoon. M rs. Archie E.
               Gibson died Thursday, March 13, 1924 at the Rex Hospital in Raleigh, where sh e had been a patient for some
               time. The remains were brought to Gibson for burial Friday. T he funeral service was conducted Friday
               afternoon, Rev. Mr. Johnson officiating, assisted b y Rev. J. H. Shore, presiding elder of the Rockingham
               district, and Rev. O. W. McManus, of th e Gibson Baptist church. The grave was banked with a great
               profusion of beautiful flowers.
                 Mrs. Gibson was a woman of noble character, beloved by her friends and neighbors. She wa s a member of
               the Methodist church and a consistent and faithful Christian. Surviving is th e husband and one child. Also
               her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wright, and the brothers and s isters. The bereaved ones have the sympathy
               of the entire community in their great loss an d sorrow.

               More About RUTH PATE WRIGHT:
               Burial: Wright Cemetery, Walters Road, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: June 10, 2005

               More About ARCHIE E. GIBSON:
               Record Change: May 22, 2004

         ii.   WILLIAM CLAYTON WRIGHT, b. July 1897; d. December 11, 1933.

               More About WILLIAM CLAYTON WRIGHT:
               Burial: Wright Cemetery, Walters Road, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: May 22, 2004


35. CHARLES WESLEY4 WRIGHT (DANIEL D.3, CAMERON G.2, GEORGE1) was born October 04, 1854 in Richmond
County, NC, and died February 17, 1929 in Laurinburg, Scotland, NC. He married AMELIA GIBSON110
September 30, 1875 in Richmond County, NC. She was born July 21, 1853 in Richmond County, NC, and died
January 12, 1915 in Scotland County, NC.

Notes for CHARLES WESLEY WRIGHT:
1900 Scotland County Census - Williamson Township - Upper Williamson Precinct - Family 300/30 5 - Wright,
Charlie W. Hd 46 b. October 1853 Farmer; Almelia wife 47 b. July 1852; Zebulon, 2 4 b. August 1875; Alphus
21 b. April 1879; Mary E. 19 b. April 1881; Annie 17. b. September 1 882; Sallie 17. b. September 1882; Ethel
B. 14 b. June 1885; Floyed 12, b. April 1888; Lawren ce 10, b. July 1889; Lucy 6 b. September 1893. All the
children are listed as farm laborer e xcept Lucy.

The Laurinburg Exchange - October 11, 1923 MR. C. W. WRIGHT CELEBRATES HIS 69TH BIRTHDAY Mr
. C. W. Wright a well known and highly esteemed citizen of the St. Johns section celebrated h is 69th birthday
Saturday, October 6,, with a large crowd of friends and kinstolk gathering a t the home in honor of the day.

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Dinner was served in the grove everyone enjoyed the day. Th ose present were Rm. and Mrs. Z. V. Wright and
children; Almelia, Inez, Mary Blue, Claude an d Wesley Wright; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wright and children,
Eveline, Many and Prince Wright; Mr . and Mrs. C. R. Sanford, and children, Milicent and Almelia; Mr. and Mrs.
G. L. Monroe and l ittle son G. L., Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Wright and little daughter, Gladys; Miss Blanch Wrig
ht, Mr. R. L. Griffin; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Smith, Miss Caroline Smith; Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Gibs on and children
Myrtle, Louise, Elizabeth, Margaret, Polly, Clyde and Henry F. Jr.; Mr. and M rs. J. K. Gibson and son LeRoy;
Mrs. S. A. Parker; Mrs. Ruby Wright; Mrs. R. D. Gibson, Mr. a nd Mrs. W. F. Parker and daughter Leslie; Mr.
and Mrs. D. N. Gibson; Mr. A. P. Chance and dau ghter Miss Vera; Mrs. C. W. Wright and daughter, Miss
Glanche Gibson; Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Par ker; Miss Inetta and Pearl Monroe, Miss Berta Scarboough.

More About CHARLES WESLEY WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Springfield, Scotland, NC
Record Change: April 15, 2003

More About AMELIA GIBSON:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Springfield, Scotland, NC
Record Change: April 15, 2003

Children of CHARLES WRIGHT and AMELIA GIBSON are:
           i.   ZEBULON VANCE5 WRIGHT111, b. August 07, 1876, Richmond County, NC; d. September 09, 1939,
                Scotland County, NC; m. ELIZABETH BULLARD, December 05, 1900, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC; b. June 03,
                1872; d. October 08, 1951, Scotland County, NC.

                Notes for ZEBULON VANCE WRIGHT:
                Zebulon V. Wright Passes Saturday - Mr. Zebulon V. Wright, prominent farmer and citizen of th e county
                passed away Saturday evening at 6:15 at his home on the Springfield road near Laurin burg, following an
                illness of two or three days and a period of declining health which extend ed back for many months. Mr.
                Wright became suddenly ill Thursday and scarcely regained consc iousness before his death. He was widely
                known in the county and beyond the county and was w ell liked by every one. Funeral services were held
                Sunday afternoon at 4:30 at the home wit h Rev. J. H. Buffaloe and Rev. J. W. Lineberger, a former pastor
                and pastor of St. Johns Meth odist church of which Mr. Wright was a member. A large company of friends
                and relatives gath ered at the home for this service. Burial was at Hillside cemetery and the service was in ch
                arge of the Laurinburg Masonic Lodge. The impressive Masonic ritual was used. The floral tr ibutes were
                numerous and beautiful and were banked about the grave and plot in luxuriant prof usion. The pall bearers
                were Messrs. R. L. Hammond, W. S. Dunbar, W. F. Jackson, J. T. Myers , W. A. Jordan, H. W. Malloy, H. M.
                Eubanks, and W. R. Sutherland.

                Mr. Wright was a son of the late Charles Wesley and Amelia Gibson Wright of this county. H e was a good
                citizen and a man who enjoyed the esteem and high regard of his fellows. He wa s a member of St. Johns
                Methodist church, and member of the board of stewards and for a numbe r of years was superintendent of the
                Sunday school. He gave this work up a few years back be cause of failing eyesight. He was a Mason, a
                Shriner and a Woodman. He was 63 years of age.

                He married Miss Betty Bullard December 5, 1900, and their marriage license was the first to b e issued by the
                new county of Scotland. He is survived by his wife and the following childre n: Dan, Amelia, Inez, Charles
                Wesley Wright of Laurinburg; Mrs. James A. Taylor, Fort Bragg , and Claude Wright, of Raleigh. He leaves
                the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. C. E. S anford, Laurinburg; L. P. and C. A. Wright, Gibson;

                More About ZEBULON VANCE WRIGHT:
                Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: November 26, 2005

                More About ELIZABETH BULLARD:
                Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: April 15, 2003

          ii.   CHARLES ALPHEUS WRIGHT112, b. April 23, 1879, Richmond County, NC; d. December 06, 1953, Scotland
                County, NC; m. HATTIE P. PARKER, December 18, 1901, Scotland County, NC; b. April 17, 1888; d. April
                14, 1960.

                Notes for CHARLES ALPHEUS WRIGHT:
                Well-Known Scotland County Farmer and Citizen Succumbs After Long Illness - Charles Alpheus W right,
                aged 74 years, died at his home on the Gibson road near Smith's Mill Wednesday mornin g about 2 o'clock
                after a long illness. Mr. Wright had been in declining health for some thr ee years and had been confined to

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       bed for more than a year. His condition took a decided tur n for the worse at the end of last week. Funeral
       services were held Thursday afternoon a t 3 o'clock at the home, with his pastor, Rev. F. R. Dial, conducting
       the rites, assisted b y Rev. Phillip Parker and Rev. T. O. McGee. Burial was at Hillside cemetery at
       Laurinburg . The grave and burial plot were banked with beautiful floral tributes. The pall bearers we re
       Alton Parker, Ralph Haney, Austin Gibson, E. L. Monroe, Jr., Douglas Gibson and L. P. Wrig ht, Jr. Mr.
       Wright was a son of the late Charles Wesley and Amelia Gibson Wright of Scotlan d county. He was born
       and lived all his life in the St. Johns Gibson section and was highl y esteemed by neighbors, friends and all
       who knew him. He was a member of St. Johns Methodis t church. Surviving are his wife, the former Miss
       Hattie Parker; two daughters and a son, Mr s. Rudolph Mott of Ellaville, Georgia; Mrs. Roy Gibson, Gibson;
       and Prince Wright of Charlott e and an adoped son, Ervin Parker of Providence, R. I. There are five
       grandchildren, and a b rother and a sister, L. P. Wright of Laurinburg, and Mrs. R. L. Griffin of Hamlet.

       More About CHARLES ALPHEUS WRIGHT:
       Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: February 21, 2005

       More About HATTIE P. PARKER:
       Record Change: April 15, 2003

iii.   MARY ELIZABETH WRIGHT113, b. April 24, 1881, Richmond County, NC; d. August 12, 1950, Laurinburg,
       Scotland, NC; m. CHARLES RICHARDSON SANFORD, December 16, 1903, Springfield, Scotland, NC; b.
       November 10, 1883; d. November 04, 1935.

       Notes for MARY ELIZABETH WRIGHT:
       Former Postmaster and Beloved Citizen of East Laurinburg Is Victim of Heart Attack - Mrs. Mar y E. Sanford
       who was for many years a beloved and highly esteemed citizen of East Laurinbur g and postmaster of the East
       Laurinburg post office for 15 years died suddenly Sunday of a he art attack. Mrs. Sanford had been staying
       with her sister, Mrs. Lucy Monroe, for several wee ks and nursing her during a period of illness. She suffered
       the fatal attack as she sat dow n to the dinner table in the Monroe home Sunday.

       News of Mrs. Sanford's sudden death came as a shock to many of her friends here and elsewhere . Before her
       marriage to the late Charlie Sanford of Laurinburg, she was Miss Mary Wright, m ember of a prominent
       Scotland county family. She was a devoted and active member of Centra l Methodist church at East
       Laurinburg and was a community leader during her residence there.

        Some years ago Mrs. Sanford gave up her work at East Laurinburg and went to live with her da ughter, Mrs.
       Lawrence Britt and family in Jacksonville, Fla. She leaves two daughters, Mrs . Britt and Mrs. Davis
       Millicent Sanford Lamb of Miami, and two sisters: C. A. Wright and L . P. Wright of near Laruinburg; Mrs.
       Lucy Monroe of Laurel Hill and Mrs. Blanche Griffin of H amlet. Funeral services will be held Tuesday
       afternoon at 5 o'clock at the McDougald Funera l home chapel and burial will follow at Hillside cemetery.

       More About MARY ELIZABETH WRIGHT:
       Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: April 07, 2005

       More About CHARLES RICHARDSON SANFORD:
       Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: April 15, 2003

iv.    ANNIE WRIGHT "TWIN"114, b. September 24, 1882, Richmond County, NC; d. January 16, 1923, Gibson,
       Scotland, NC; m. ROBERT LEE GRIFFIN, April 27, 1913, Scotland County, NC; b. December 03, 1887; d.
       January 21, 1969.

       Notes for ANNIE WRIGHT "TWIN":
       Mrs. R. L. Griffin died at her home in Williamson township Tuesday, January 16, at the age o f 38 years.
       Funeral services were conducted Wednesday at 11 .a.. Rev. W. R. Royall officiat ing. The interment was in
       the Wright cemetery. Mrs. Griffin was a splendid Christian woman . She bore her sickness with fortitude and
       patience. The greaf-stricken husban and family h ave the sympathy of many firends in their deep sorrow.

       More About ANNIE WRIGHT "TWIN":
       Burial: Wright Cemetery, Springfield, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: September 28, 2005

       More About ROBERT LEE GRIFFIN:
       Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: April 29, 2005

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  v.    SALLIE WRIGHT "TWIN", b. September 24, 1882, Richmond County, NC; d. April 1974, Greenville, Pitt, NC;
        m. CHARLEY SMITH, December 17, 1902, Scotland County, NC.

        More About SALLIE WRIGHT "TWIN":
        Record Change: May 29, 2004

        More About CHARLEY SMITH:
        Record Change: April 15, 2003

 vi.    ETHEL BLANCHE WRIGHT115,116,117, b. June 01, 1886, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. July 14, 1971; m. ROBERT
        LEE GRIFFIN, February 02, 1924, Scotland County, NC; b. December 03, 1887; d. January 21, 1969.

        Notes for ETHEL BLANCHE WRIGHT:
        Robert L. Griffin and Miss Blanche Wright Wed - Car Was Smashed by Train While Enroute to Pre acher's
        Home - Miss Blance Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wright, and Robert L. Griff in, well known
        young people of the county, were married on Saturday evening , February 2, a t the Methodist parsonage in
        Gibson, the Rev. A. J. Parker officiating. Only a few friends a nd kinspeople witnessed the ceremony.
           Mr. Griffin and Miss Wright had a narrow escape from death just before reaching the preac her's home in
        Gibson. Mr. Griffin was driving his Ford coupe and while crossing the railroa d on Main street in Gibson, a
        freight car backed into the car and crushed the front wheels an d engine. Neither Mr. Griffin nor Miss Wright
        were injured. They promptly extricated themse lves from the car and proceeded to the preacher's home for the
        marriage. It is said that ha d their car been two feet farther across the tracks the freight car would have
        smashed it ent irely and probably would have cost them their lives.

        More About ETHEL BLANCHE WRIGHT:
        Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
        Record Change: October 25, 2005

        More About ROBERT LEE GRIFFIN:
        Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
        Record Change: April 29, 2005

vii.    FLOYD WRIGHT118,119, b. April 19, 1888, Richmond County, NC; d. July 07, 1920, Gibson, Scotland, NC; m.
        RUBY; b. 1901.

        Notes for FLOYD WRIGHT:
        Mr. Floyd Wright Killed By Lightning - Heavy Stroke Hits Oak Tree in Yard as Mr. Wright Was G oing into
        House - Mr. Floyd Wright, son of Mr. C. W. Wright of the county was killed by light ning Wednesday, July 7,
        about 12 o'clock. Mr. Wright and two colored men, it is related, wer e in the yard at his home and seeing the
        cloud and rain approaching, Mr. Wright remarked to t he colored men that he was going into the house. He
        started for the house and walked nea r a large oak in the yard. As he did a heavy storke of lightning hit the
        oak and killed Mr . Wright. His clothes and shoes were literally torn from his body by the terrific stroke. T
        he large oak was fatured and a heavy piece of timber torn from its side and hurled into the y ard. One of Mr.
        Wright's shoes was thrown some distance from his body and torn to shred alsm ost. The two colored men,
        who made for the bar about the time Mr. Wright started into the ho use, were found in the barn in a badly
        shocked condition, and one of them has a severe burn o n the arm. They did not know how they got to the
        barn, and one of them, it is told, says h e thought he was in Germany. Mr. Wright was buried Thursday, the
        funeral being held at the h ome at 11 a.m., Rev. J. E. Underwood, conducted the service. He was about 32
        years old and l eaves a wife.

        More About FLOYD WRIGHT:
        Burial: Wright Cemetery, Springfield, Scotland, NC
        Record Change: August 25, 2005

        More About RUBY:
        Record Change: August 25, 2005

viii.   LAURENCE PRESTON WRIGHT120,121, b. September 08, 1890, Richmond County, NC; d. April 07, 1959,
        Scotland County, NC; m. MATTIE GIBSON, August 01, 1920, Scotland County, NC; b. July 27, 1893; d.
        March 14, 1985, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC.

        Notes for LAURENCE PRESTON WRIGHT:
        Lawrence Preston Wright, 68, died suddenly Tuesday afternoon following a heart attack. He wa s a native of
        Scotland County. Funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clo ck at St. Johns Methodist
        church by his pastor, the Rev. Grady L. Kinley, and Bishop W. W. Pe ele. Interment was in the Gibson family

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              cemetery. The service consisted of scripture readin g and prayer, and two familiar hyms which were sung by
              the church choir, dired by Mrs. Veste r Pearson with J. J. Pence at the organ. Palbearers were W. Belton
              Norton, B. P. Lytch, Fre d Howell, Euclid Adams, Crawford Melton, and Preston Hunter. Mrs. Ralph Haney
              was in charg e of the floral designs and was assisted by member of the St. Johns Woman's Society of Christ
              ian Service. Born Sept. 8, 1890 in Scotland county, Mr. Wright was a son of the late C. W. a nd Amelia
              Gibson Wright. A veteran of World War I, he was a steward in St. Johns church an d was an active member.
              He retired a few years ago from a position at the Laurinburg Oil Mil l. To his many friends Mr. Wright was
              well known and loved for his friendly personality an d christian manner. He is suvrived by his wife, the
              former Mattie Gibson, one daughter, Mrs . J. B. Odom and one son, L. P. Wright, Jr., both of Laurinburg; one
              sister, Mrs. R. L. Giffi n of Hamlet, and seven grandchildren.

              More About LAURENCE PRESTON WRIGHT:
              Burial: Ziba Gibson Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
              Record Change: February 21, 2005

              More About MATTIE GIBSON:
              Record Change: June 04, 2004

        ix.   LUCY WRIGHT, b. September 1893, Scotland County, NC.

              More About LUCY WRIGHT:
              Record Change: April 15, 2003


36. LAWRENCE PRESTON4 WRIGHT (DANIEL D.3, CAMERON G.2, GEORGE1) was born June 27, 1863 in Richmond
County, NC, and died June 04, 1890. He married HELEN MCCOLMAN November 21, 1888 in Richmond County,
NC. She was born November 17, 1864, and died January 12, 1928.

More About LAWRENCE PRESTON WRIGHT:
Burial: McColman Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
Record Change: March 23, 2004

More About HELEN MCCOLMAN:
Burial: McColman Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
Record Change: March 23, 2004

Child of LAWRENCE WRIGHT and HELEN MCCOLMAN is:
         i.   ELIZABETH LAURENCE5 WRIGHT122,123, b. August 02, 1890, Scotland County, NC; d. February 17, 1989,
              Rockingham, Richmond, NC.

              More About ELIZABETH LAURENCE WRIGHT:
              Burial: McColman Family Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
              Record Change: May 25, 2004


37. SOPHRONIA JANE4 WRIGHT (DARLING PATE3, WILLIAM P2, GEORGE1)124,125 was born September 24, 1847, and
died March 12, 1928. She married EDMOND J. MASON125 September 27, 1866125, son of ISAACE MASON and
REBECCA EVERETTE. He was born November 09, 1847, and died February 19, 1920.

More About SOPHRONIA JANE WRIGHT:
Burial: Mason Cemetery, Mason Cross, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 30, 2004

More About EDMOND J. MASON:
Burial: Mason Cemetery, Mason Cross, Scotland, NC
Record Change: January 23, 2005

Children of SOPHRONIA WRIGHT and EDMOND MASON are:
         i.   JOHN ARCHIBALD5 MASON125, b. June 30, 1867, Richmond County, NC; d. June 17, 1934, Hendersonville,
              Henderson, NC; m. (1) MAGGIE BRITT, 1895; d. August 01, 1901; m. (2) LEONA WATSON, July 22, 1902;
              d. February 07, 1903; m. (3) ANNA GRAINGER, 1904; d. September 13, 1912, Hendersonville, Henderson,
              NC; m. (4) MARY IOLA TEMPLE, January 28, 1914; d. January 08, 1952.


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       More About JOHN ARCHIBALD MASON:
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

       More About MAGGIE BRITT:
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

       More About LEONA WATSON:
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

       More About ANNA GRAINGER:
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

       More About MARY IOLA TEMPLE:
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

 ii.   ANNIE JANE MASON125, b. August 15, 1868, Richmond County, NC; d. May 13, 1946, Florence, Florence,
       SC; m. HARTSTINE HUBBARD.

       More About ANNIE JANE MASON:
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

       More About HARTSTINE HUBBARD:
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

iii.   MARY LOU MASON, b. November 20, 1869, Richmond County, NC; d. October 23, 1939; m. (1) CHARLIE
       WRIGHT; m. (2) WILLIAM G. GIBSON126, June 06, 1889; b. November 11, 1859; d. March 04, 1908.

       More About MARY LOU MASON:
       Burial: Gibson Town Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

       More About CHARLIE WRIGHT:
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

       More About WILLIAM G. GIBSON:
       Burial: Gibson Town Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

iv.    EDISON ISAAC MASON, b. July 09, 1878, Richmond County, NC; d. October 09, 1929; m. (1) MARY
       GASQUE; m. (2) WILLIE B. BETHEA, March 06, 1901; d. June 26, 1902.

       More About EDISON ISAAC MASON:
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

       More About MARY GASQUE:
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

       More About WILLIE B. BETHEA:
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

 v.    BERTIE BELL MASON127, b. December 18, 1880, Richmond County, NC; d. January 03, 1918, Rocky Mount,
       Nash, NC; m. FLOYD PITTMAN GIBSON, December 18, 1901, Scotland County, NC; b. December 12, 1880;
       d. February 16, 1919.

       More About BERTIE BELL MASON:
       Burial: Mason Cemetery, Mason Cross, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

       More About FLOYD PITTMAN GIBSON:
       Burial: Mason Cemetery, Mason Cross, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: January 23, 2005

vi.    WILLIE FRANK "FRANKIE" MASON127, b. May 05, 1883, Richmond County, NC; d. September 24, 1987,
       Laurinburg, Scotland, NC; m. COLON MCLEAN STUBBS, March 16, 1911, Bennettsville, Marlboro, SC; b.
       June 18, 1885, Marlboro County, NC; d. February 12, 1951, Mason Cross, Scotland, NC.


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                More About WILLIE FRANK "FRANKIE" MASON:
                Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: January 23, 2005

                More About COLON MCLEAN STUBBS:
                Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: January 23, 2005

        vii.    NANNIE CHRISTIAN MASON, b. June 06, 1885, Richmond County, NC; d. November 01, 1908, Scotland
                County, NC.

                More About NANNIE CHRISTIAN MASON:
                Record Change: January 23, 2005

        viii.   MAGGIE T. MASON127, b. February 21, 1886, Richmond County, NC; d. March 10, 1964, Roanoke, VA; m.
                LUTHER STUBBS, August 04, 1909.

                More About MAGGIE T. MASON:
                Record Change: January 23, 2005

                More About LUTHER STUBBS:
                Record Change: January 23, 2005


38. DARLING ARCHIBALD4 WRIGHT (DARLING PATE3, WILLIAM P2, GEORGE1)127,128 was born January 12, 1850 in
Richmond County, NC, and died October 23, 1934 in Clio, Marlboro, SC. He married ELIZA STANTON129,130
January 09, 1873 in Clio, Marlboro, SC. She was born June 22, 1856 in Clio, Marlboro, SC, and died February
07, 1925 in Clio, Marlboro, SC.

Notes for DARLING ARCHIBALD WRIGHT:
D. Arch Wright Dies At Clio - Formerly of Scotland County, a Subscriber of The Exchange for 4 3 years. -
Scotland county friends and acquaintances of Mr. D. Arch Wright, were saddened a t the news of his death at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Marvin Lee, of Clio, SC, on Tuesday , October 23, following an illness of six weeks.
Funeral services were held on Wednesday a t Hebron cemtery. Rev. Gobe Smith conducting the service. Mr.
Wright was 85 years of age an d formerly lived in Scotland county. He was widely connectd here and was well
known to the o lder generation. He had made his home at Clio with his daughter in late years. He had bee n a
subscriber to and a constant reader of The Laurinburg Exchange since 1891, or for 48 year s, and his renewal
subscription came in regularly with the calendar each year. He was a brot her of Dr. S. M. Wright of Gibson.
Surviving are three daughters: Mrs. Marvin Lee and Mrs. C . O. Spears of Clio; Miss Winnie Wright, of
Bennettsville; two sisters, Mrs. John Heustess an d Mrs. N. F. Stanton, of Clio; one brother, Dr. S. M.Wright of
Gibson, and eight grandchildre n.

More About DARLING ARCHIBALD WRIGHT:
Burial: Hebron Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: April 06, 2005

More About ELIZA STANTON:
Burial: Hebron Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: April 11, 2004

Children of DARLING WRIGHT and ELIZA STANTON are:
           i.   ALEXANDER5 WRIGHT131, b. January 1874; d. 1880.

                More About ALEXANDER WRIGHT:
                Burial: McCormick Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: April 29, 2004

          ii.   MARY JANE WRIGHT132, b. May 31, 1876; d. April 21, 1953; m. CHARLIE OTHO SPEARS132, February 15,
                1906; b. April 26, 1884; d. November 10, 1960.

                More About MARY JANE WRIGHT:
                Burial: Hebron Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
                Record Change: April 11, 2004

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               More About CHARLIE OTHO SPEARS:
               Burial: Hebron Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
               Record Change: April 11, 2004

        iii.   CORRELLA WRIGHT132,133,134, b. October 27, 1878; d. September 20, 1922; m. BENJAMIN B STUBBS135,136,
               February 03, 1898, Gibson, Scotland, NC137; b. June 08, 1863; d. January 14, 1926.

               More About CORRELLA WRIGHT:
               Burial: Hebron Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
               Record Change: July 22, 2004

               More About BENJAMIN B STUBBS:
               Burial: Hebron Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
               Record Change: April 29, 2004

        iv.    CLARENCE ARCHIBALD WRIGHT138,139, b. October 15, 1882, Richmond County, NC; d. July 30, 1922,
               Dunbar, Marlboro, SC; m. MILTON VIRGINIA STANTON139, January 21, 1906; b. December 23, 1882; d.
               September 21, 1950.

               More About CLARENCE ARCHIBALD WRIGHT:
               Burial: Hebron Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
               Record Change: February 19, 2005

               More About MILTON VIRGINIA STANTON:
               Burial: Hebron Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
               Record Change: April 11, 2004

         v.    ADA WRIGHT140,141,142,143, b. July 31, 1884, Richmond County, NC; d. June 29, 1977, Clio, Marlboro, SC; m.
               JOHN MARVIN LEE144,145, December 07, 1911, Blenheim, Marlboro, SC; b. June 26, 1880, Clio, Marlboro,
               SC; d. January 21, 1957, Bennettsville, Marlboro, SC.

               Notes for ADA WRIGHT:
               Marlboro Herald-Advocate - June 30, 1977 - Mrs. Ada Wright Lee, 92, widow of Marvin Lee, of C lio died
               Wednesday at her home after a long illness. Born in Scotland County, NC, she wa s a daughter of the late D.
               A. and Eliza Stanton Wright. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Adri enne L. Caldwell of Clio; a stepson, Hamer
               Lee of Clio; two stepdaughters, Mrs. D. M. Wilke s of McColl and Mrs. Percy W. Smith of Clio; a sister,
               Miss Winnie Wright of Bennettsville; n ine grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and a great-great-
               grandchild. Services were held T husday at Whitner Funral home. Burial followed in Hebron United
               Methodist Church Cemetery.

               More About ADA WRIGHT:
               Burial: Hebron Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
               Record Change: February 19, 2005

               More About JOHN MARVIN LEE:
               Burial: Hebron Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
               Record Change: July 15, 2005

        vi.    WINNIE MAE WRIGHT146,147, b. October 04, 1899, Scotland County, NC; d. January 26, 1995, Bennettsville,
               Marlboro, SC.

               More About WINNIE MAE WRIGHT:
               Record Change: February 19, 2005


39. DUNCAN JAMES4 WRIGHT (DARLING PATE3, WILLIAM P2, GEORGE1)148,149 was born July 29, 1852 in
Richmond County, NC, and died August 24, 1933. He married (1) NANCY HEUSTESS150 February 27, 1873. She
died August 25, 1876. He married (2) MARTHA H. SINCLAIR151 November 20, 1879. She was born March 26,
1863, and died August 02, 1929.

More About DUNCAN JAMES WRIGHT:
Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: February 19, 2005


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More About NANCY HEUSTESS:
Record Change: April 11, 2004

More About MARTHA H. SINCLAIR:
Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: April 11, 2004

Child of DUNCAN WRIGHT and NANCY HEUSTESS is:
          i.   JOHN DARLING5 WRIGHT151,152, b. August 05, 1875; d. November 25, 1956, Fairmont, Robeson, NC; m.
               ROBERTA STANTON, December 23, 1900.

               Notes for JOHN DARLING WRIGHT:
               Marlboro Herald-Advocate - November 27, 1956 - John D. Wright, 81, died at 4 a.m. Sunday morn ing at the
               home of his daughter, Mrs. Eglah Pulley in Fairmont after a months declining healt h. Funeral services were
               held at Prevatte Stevens Funeral Home on Monday and interment follo wed in McLucas Cemetery near Clio.
               Mr. Wright was the son of the late Duncan J. and Nancy He ustess Wright of Dillon county. For the greater
               part of his married life he lived in Maxton , and went to Fairmont several years ago. He is survived by his
               wife, the former Berta Stant on. and the following sons and daughters, Mrs. H. D. Hood, Goldsboro; Mrs. C.
               A. Pulley, Fair mont; Mrs. Charlie Kennard, Glen Burnie, Md; Cecil N. Wright, Dallas NC; Frank D. Wright,
               Cli nton, NC; and a large number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The following sister s also
               survive, Mrs. A. L. Powers, Mrs. Jim Morrison and Mrs. W. H. Calhoun, Sr., all of Clio .

               More About JOHN DARLING WRIGHT:
               Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
               Record Change: July 15, 2005

               More About ROBERTA STANTON:
               Record Change: April 29, 2004


Children of DUNCAN WRIGHT and MARTHA SINCLAIR are:
         ii.   DELTON K5 WRIGHT153,154, b. September 09, 1880; d. April 05, 1935; m. BESSIE MATHESON, March 14,
               1923.

               Notes for DELTON K WRIGHT:
               Delton and Bessie did not have any children

               More About DELTON K WRIGHT:
               Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
               Record Change: April 29, 2004

               More About BESSIE MATHESON:
               Record Change: April 29, 2004

        iii.   NANCY JEANETTE WRIGHT, b. September 17, 1882; m. ALVIN LEE POWERS, August 07, 1912.

               More About NANCY JEANETTE WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 29, 2004

               More About ALVIN LEE POWERS:
               Record Change: April 29, 2004

        iv.    KATE WRIGHT155, b. May 30, 1885; d. December 1975; m. JAMES COUSAR MORRISON156; d. December 18,
               1957.

               More About KATE WRIGHT:
               Record Change: February 19, 2005

               More About JAMES COUSAR MORRISON:
               Burial: Carolina Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Little Rock, Dillon, SC
               Record Change: July 15, 2005

         v.    GERTRUDE WRIGHT157, b. July 02, 1889; d. March 30, 1958; m. WADE HAMPTON CALHOUN157; b. August
               01, 1888; d. May 31, 1967.


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                More About GERTRUDE WRIGHT:
                Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
                Record Change: April 29, 2004

                More About WADE HAMPTON CALHOUN:
                Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
                Record Change: February 19, 2005


40. NOVELLA FRANCES4 WRIGHT (DARLING PATE3, WILLIAM P2, GEORGE1)157 was born March 26, 1854 in
Richmond County, NC, and died February 02, 1940 in Dillon, Dillon, SC. She married HARRISON J. STANTON157
November 21, 1871. He was born June 19, 1850, and died June 02, 1891 in Marlboro County, SC.

More About NOVELLA FRANCES WRIGHT:
Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: April 01, 2004

More About HARRISON J. STANTON:
Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: April 01, 2004

Children of NOVELLA WRIGHT and HARRISON STANTON are:
           i.   MARY BLANCHE5 STANTON, b. March 19, 1890; d. May 23, 1891.

                More About MARY BLANCHE STANTON:
                Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
                Record Change: February 17, 2005

          ii.   BENJAMIN STANTON, b. July 10, 1897; d. November 14, 1918.

                More About BENJAMIN STANTON:
                Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
                Record Change: February 17, 2005


41. DANIEL ORRUM4 WRIGHT (DARLING PATE3, WILLIAM P2, GEORGE1)158,159,160 was born May 1856 in
Richmond County, NC, and died August 29, 1926 in Scotland County, NC. He married MARY ELIZABETH
SPENCER161, daughter of JOHN SPENCER and ELIZA GODBOLD. She was born December 24, 1856 in South
Carolina, and died April 19, 1933 in Scotland County, NC.

Notes for DANIEL ORRUM WRIGHT:
The Laurinburg Exchange - May 18, 1919 - Mr. Wright Gets Good Price For Cotton
Mr. D. O. Wright of Gibson, route 1, is a successful farmer and grows some long staple cotto n every year.
Firday of last week Mr. Wright sold 7 bales of this variety at Cheraw, SC, rea lizing the hamdsome sum of
$1,076.72 for the lot. The price received ranged from 29 to 36 ce nts a pound, depending upon the grade and
length of the staple of the cotton. Mr. Wright say s he likes the long staple varieties and finds them no harder to
grow than other kinds of cot ton. The price is always better than that offered for the short staple cotton and if one
tak es advantage of the market, can get good returns from his crop every year.

The Laurinburg Exchange - November 18, 1920 - Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Wright and Mr. and Mrs. W. D . Wright
and family were called to Florence, SC last week by the death of Mrs. Cornelia Biggs , age 59 years, and a sister
of Mrs. D. O. Wright. Mrs. Biggs died Monday, November 8, whi e on a visit to relatives at Florence and was
buried there Tuesday. Her home for several yea rs had been in Nachsville, Tenn. She was the widow of the late
James Biggs and is survived b y a daughter, Mrs. Bascom, of Nashville.

Daniel O. Wright Dies At Age of Seventy Years - Substantial Farmer and Leading Citizen of Sco tland County.
Funeral and Burial Monday Afternoon - Scotlandcounty lost one of its finest ci tizens in the death of Mr. Daniel
O. Wright at his home in Williamson township Sunday morning , August 29, at 7 o'clock. Mr. Wright had been in
declining healt for about eighteen months . Two weeks before his death he became quite sick and was compelled
to take his bed. He bor e his suffering patienly and with valiant spirit. The end came quietly and peacefully on
Sun day morning, with his loved one at his bedside.

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Funeral and burial services were held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the McCormick cemetery . Rev. J. B.
Thompson, his pastor, assisted by Rev. J. G. Johnson of Laurinburg and Rev. O . W. McManus of the Gibson
Baptist church, conducted the fuenral service which was largely at tended. Following the short and simple
service, the remains were gently lowered into the gra ve, which was banked with a profusion of beautiful floers.
The pall bearers were Messers. W . D. Wright, P. D. Stubbs, Al Wright, William Heustess, W. A. Jordan and B.
P. Lytch.

Mr. Wright was 70 years old at the time of his death. He was a son of the late Darling P. Wh ite (Wright) of this
county. January 31, 1879, he was married to Miss Mary Elizabeth Spence r of Marion, SC who survives. He was
a faithful and useful member of St. Johns Methodist chu rch. His life walk was cast in quiet ways, but he wrought
valiantly for the uplift of his co mmunity and the betterment of men.

D. O. Wright gave his children the advantages of a college education in a day when going to c ollege was not so
general aas it now is. He reared a fine family of noble sons and daughters , one of them a minister of the
Methodist church, who rises up too all him blessed. He wa s a successful farmer and business man and set a
worth and spendidt examble for his fellows . Besides his extensive farming interest, he had been for several years
associated with hi s son, W. D. Wright, in the retail merchandise business at Laurinburg, but gave little time t o
his business.

Surviving is the widow, three sons and two daughters: W. D. Wright of Laurinburg; D. S. C. Wr ight of McColl,
SC; Rev. N. M. Wright of Windsor; Mrs. P. D. Stubbs of Laurinburg, and Mrs. J . D. Spencer of Rembert, SC.
There are also surviving three brothers and three sisters: D. A . Wright of Dunbar, SC; D. T. Wright, of Clio, SC;
Dr. S. M. Wright of Gibson; Mrs. E. J. Mas on of Gibson; Mrs. Belle Stanton of Allendale, SC, and Mrs. J. D.
Heustess of Clio, SC.

More About DANIEL ORRUM WRIGHT:
Burial: McCormick Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: April 06, 2005

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH SPENCER:
Mrs. D. O. Wright Passes Away Wednesday - Well Known Scotland County Woman Dies at Age 76, Fu neral
Thursday Afternoon - Friends of Mrs. D. O. Wright, prominent Scotland county woman an d widow of the late D.
O. Wright, were shocked to hear of her death Wednesday at 11:40 a.m. a t her home at Laurinburg, after an illness
of only a few days. Funeral services will be hel d Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the cemetery, with Rev. O.
W. McManess of the Gibson Bap tist church officiating. Interment will be in the McCormick cemetery. Mrs.
Wright was widel y and favorably known in the county. Following the death of her husband some years ago she c
ame to Laurinburg to make her home. She was modest, gentle and unassuming. In her widowhoo d and in all the
years of her long life she was devoted to her family and faithful in every t rust. She was a member of the Gibson
baptist church. Mrs. Wright is survived by the followi ng children: W. D. Wright; Mrs. P. D. Stubbs, Mrs. J. D.
Spencer of Laurinburg; Dr. S. G. Wr ight, McColl, S. C.; Rev. N. M. Wright, Mayesville. The following brothers
and sisters als o survive: William Spencer, Rembert, S. C.; Thomas Spencer, Florence, S. C.; John Spencer, He
nry Spencer, Marion, S. C.; Nathan G. Spencer, Cave Spring, Va.; Mrs. L. D. Bennett, Fayettev ille; and Mrs.
Lizzie Sessoms, Savannah, Ga.

More About MARY ELIZABETH SPENCER:
Burial: McCormick Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: April 10, 2004

Children of DANIEL WRIGHT and MARY SPENCER are:
          i.   WILLIAM DOUGLAS5 WRIGHT162,163, b. January 28, 1880, Richmond County, NC; d. May 01, 1941,
               Laurinburg, Scotland, NC; m. MAYBELLE WEBB; b. November 14, 1884; d. August 22, 1978.

               Notes for WILLIAM DOUGLAS WRIGHT:
               William D. Wright Passes Friday - Member of Prominent Scotland County Family and Former Merch ant of
               Laurinburg - Mr. William Douglas Wright, age 61, and former Laruinburg merchant, die d at his home on
               South Main street Tursday night, May 1, after an illness of some sixteen mon ths or longer. Mr. Wright
               suffered a stroke more than a year ago and on Thursday of last wee k he had another serious stroke of
               paralysis, death coming about 1:30 to 2 o'clock Friday mor ning. Funeral services were held Saturday
               afternoon at 2:30 at the home. Rev. H. K. King o f the Laurinburg Methodist church conducted the service.

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       Burial was at Caledonia cemetery . Songs at the funeral service were by a quartet from the Methodist church.
       The pall bearer s were Messrs. Ernest McLean, Lacy McLean, Nelson Bass, Wilson Wright, Collins Wright
       and J . D. Owen. Honorary pall bearers were Messrs. F. C. McCormick, John C. McCormick, Dr. Pete r John,
       W. L. Fields, John D. O'Brien and M. M. Hobbs. The grave was banked with a profusio n of beautiful
       flowers and the designs were placed by Mrs. H. E. Eidson, Miss Pauline Adams , Miss Laura Wright, Miss
       Kathleen Webb, Mrs. B. T. Clark, Mrs. Clyde Hulon, Miss Kate Beacha m, Mrs. Bob Briggs and Mrs. O. R.
       Crider. Mr. Wright was a son of the late D. O. and Mary Sp encer Wright of Scotland county. He attended
       the public schools and Massey's Business Colleg e in Richmond. Later he was engaged in business on
       Laurinburg's Main street for many years . He was a member of the Methodist church and was widely known
       in the county and in this sec tion of the Carolinas. Mr. Wright married Miss Maybelle Webb of Scotland
       county who survive s with the following children: Mrs. Meacham Stewart, Staten Island, New York; Mrs. R.
       H. Owe n, Fayetteville; Misses Hazel, Betty Jean and Margaret Wright of Laurinburg. Two sisters, Mr s. P.
       D. Stubbs of Laurinburg, Mrs. J. D. Spencer, Sumter, SC, and a brother, Mr. Spencer Wri ght of McColl. He
       leaves six grandchildren. Mr. Wright was devoted to his home and family a nd in more than 30 years of
       married life had spent only three nights away from home and famil y.

       More About WILLIAM DOUGLAS WRIGHT:
       Burial: Caledonia Methodist Church, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: April 10, 2004

       More About MAYBELLE WEBB:
       Burial: Caledonia Methodist Church, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: March 30, 2004

 ii.   SPENCER C WRIGHT163,164, b. February 16, 1881, Richmond County, NC; d. January 28, 1945, McColl,
       Marlboro, SC; m. LUELLA BISHOP GREEN165, March 02, 1920; b. June 17, 1892; d. November 1967.

       Notes for SPENCER C WRIGHT:
       McColl Dentist Passes Sunday - Prominent Citizen of Scotland and Marlboro Counties Died Sudde nly At
       His Home Sunday Morning, January 28, Brother of the late W. D. Wright of Laurinbur g - Dr. S. C. Wright,
       former resident of Scotland County and dentist in McColl, S.C., for ma ny years, died suddenly at his home
       on Tatum Avenue in McColl. Dr. Wright was a prominent an d respected citizen of the McColl community
       and his death was a great shock to his many frien ds and relatives. Funeral services were held at the Wright
       residence Tuesday afternoon at 3: 00 o'clock and were conducted by the Rev. D. H. Montgomery, pastor of
       the Main Street Methodi st Church. He was assisted by the Rev. W. A. Arnold of the Presbyterian church and
       Dr. A. C . McGee of the Baptist church. Dr. Wright, have been a Mason for many years, the Masonic bur ial
       rites were used. Interment was in the Roseboro cemetery. The son of the late D. O. an d Mary Spencer
       Wright, he was born sixty-four years ago near St. Johns church, where he spen t his boyhood. For more than
       thirty years, Dr. Wright had practiced dentistry in McColl. Fo r a number of years he had been a steward and
       a trustee in Main Street Methodist church and h ad been a faithful and loyal member. Dr. Wright was
       especially interested in the under privi leged group and in civic affairs. He was a member of the Eureaka
       Masonic Lodge and the Kiwan is Club. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Luella Green Wright, of McColl, one
       daugher, Miss Lau ra Spencer Wright, a student at Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Va., two
       sisters, Mr s. J. D. Spencer, Baltimore, Md; Mrs. R. D. Stubbs, Gibson; four nephews and eight neices. D r.
       Wright was the younger brother of the late W. D. Wright of Laurinburg.

       More About SPENCER C WRIGHT:
       Record Change: February 06, 2005

       Notes for LUELLA BISHOP GREEN:
       Believe this Luella is the wife of Spencer W. Wright. Her last residence was Nassawadox, Nor thampton, VA

       More About LUELLA BISHOP GREEN:
       Record Change: February 17, 2005

iii.   EULA INEZ WRIGHT, b. October 28, 1885, Richmond County, NC; d. October 06, 1975; m. PERCY D
       STUBBS; b. September 14, 1879; d. February 12, 1957.

       More About EULA INEZ WRIGHT:
       Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: April 10, 2004

       More About PERCY D STUBBS:
       Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: March 30, 2004


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        iv.   NATHANIEL MARTIN WRIGHT166,167, b. May 04, 1888, Richmond County, NC; d. May 14, 1939, Marlboro
              County, SC; m. VIOLA CAMERON; b. 1900.

              Notes for NATHANIEL MARTIN WRIGHT:
              Rev. Nathan Wright Claims Durham Young Lady For His Bride - Son of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Wrigh t of
              Scotland County and a Member of the N. C. Conference - Many friends of Rev. Nathan Wrigh t in this county
              were happy last week to learn of his marriage to Miss Viola Cameron, a popul ar and accoplished young lady
              of Durham. The marriage was celebrated Wednesday, January 3, a t 2:30 p.m. at the home of the bride's
              parents in Durham. After the ceremony Rev. Mr. Wrigh t and his bride came here and spent several days with
              his parents, returning Tuesday mornin g to Tyner, where he is pastor of the Methodist church. Miss Juanita
              Wright, Dr. Spencer Wri ght, of McColl, SC, and Mr. W. D. Wright and daughter, Miss Helen D. Wright of
              Laurinburg, we nt to Durham Wednesday for the marriage. The bride is an accoploished young woman of
              fine in tellect and charming personality. Her loyalty, sincerity and genuine worth have won for he r many
              friends. The bridewgroom is well known to Scotland county folks and is to the manne r born. He is an honor
              graduate of Trinity College and is an able and consecrated young prea cher, and a member of the North
              Carolina Conference. He has many friends down home who wis h for him and his bride long life and
              abundant happiness.

              1930 Hyde County, NC Census - Swan Quarter - Wright, Nathan M. 41, Minister; Viola 30; Nelso n B 6;
              Nathan C 4 11/12.

              More About NATHANIEL MARTIN WRIGHT:
              Record Change: September 28, 2005

              More About VIOLA CAMERON:
              Record Change: September 28, 2005

         v.   MAMIE JUANITA WRIGHT168,169,170, b. July 23, 1903, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. January 08, 1988, Baltimore,
              Baltimore, MD; m. JAMES DOUGLAS SPENCER171, August 20, 1925; b. May 07, 1903; d. May 1973.

              Notes for MAMIE JUANITA WRIGHT:
              Mamie list her father as Daniel Otis Wright and mother Mary Elizabeth Spencer on her applicat ion for a
              delayed birth in Scotland County.

              More About MAMIE JUANITA WRIGHT:
              Record Change: July 04, 2005

              More About JAMES DOUGLAS SPENCER:
              Record Change: April 06, 2005


42. WILLIAM FRANKLIN4 WRIGHT (DARLING PATE3, WILLIAM P2, GEORGE1)172,173 was born June 20, 1863 in
Richmond County, NC, and died March 08, 1911. He married ANNIE PATE March 16, 1892 in Richmond
County, NC. She was born July 12, 1873, and died July 20, 1933.

More About WILLIAM FRANKLIN WRIGHT:
Burial: McCormick Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 22, 2004

More About ANNIE PATE:
Burial: McCormick Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: March 30, 2004

Children of WILLIAM WRIGHT and ANNIE PATE are:
         i.   LELA5 WRIGHT174, b. January 01, 1893; d. October 17, 1983, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC; m. WILLIAM
              LUTHER JOHNSON, December 17, 1919, Gibson, Scotland, NC; b. 1888; d. August 24, 1983, Laurinburg,
              Scotland, NC.

              Notes for LELA WRIGHT:
              Miss Lela Wright becomes bride of Mr. Johnson - Mrs. Lela Wright, daughter of Mrs. W. F. Wrig ht and Mr.
              William Luther Johnson of Greensboro were united in marriage Wednesday evening a t 6 o'clock at the home
              of the bride's mother, Rev. H. M. North officiating. The beautiful h ome was a scene of brillance and beauty.
              Mr. and Mrs. Johnson left for a honeymoon trip to N ew York and other points. Later they will be at home at
              "oakhurst," the beautiful country pl ace of the bride's mother, near Gibson.


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                More About LELA WRIGHT:
                Record Change: January 09, 2006

                More About WILLIAM LUTHER JOHNSON:
                Record Change: January 09, 2006

          ii.   VIOLA WRIGHT, b. March 14, 1898, Richmond County, NC; d. July 15, 1907, Scotland County, NC.

                Notes for VIOLA WRIGHT:
                Tombstone in McCormick Cemetery reads she was born March 15, 1898

                More About VIOLA WRIGHT:
                Burial: McCormick Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: April 29, 2004

         iii.   WILLIAM FRANKLIN WRIGHT, b. January 01, 1902; d. January 01, 1902.

                More About WILLIAM FRANKLIN WRIGHT:
                Record Change: April 29, 2004


43. ELIZA J4 WRIGHT (ELI GODBOLD3, WILLIAM P2, GEORGE1) was born October 13, 1850 in Richmond County,
NC, and died September 06, 1901. She married BENJAMIN LILY STEWART175. He was born March 10, 1850, and
died January 19, 1927.

More About ELIZA J WRIGHT:
Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laruinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: June 24, 2005

More About BENJAMIN LILY STEWART:
Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laruinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: June 24, 2005

Child of ELIZA WRIGHT and BENJAMIN STEWART is:
           i.   JOHN WILLIAM5 STEWART176,177, b. October 11, 1893, Scotland County, NC; d. June 1973.

                Notes for JOHN WILLIAM STEWART:
                Last residence was Crystal City, Jefferson, Missouri

                More About JOHN WILLIAM STEWART:
                Record Change: June 24, 2005


44. JOHN EDGAR4 WRIGHT (ELI GODBOLD3, WILLIAM P2, GEORGE1)178 was born August 29, 1858 in Richmond
County, NC, and died December 08, 1893. He married DORA MAE NEWTON. She was born Abt. 1864.

Notes for JOHN EDGAR WRIGHT:
1880 Richmond County, NC Census - Williamson Township - Wright, John 21; Dora 16 b. SC; Edga r 2; Martha
4 mo; Newton Marry , b. SC 9 (sister) may be Dora's sister.

More About JOHN EDGAR WRIGHT:
Burial: Seals Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: November 04, 2004

Notes for DORA MAE NEWTON:
1900 Marlboro County, SC Census - McColl, page 214 - Family # 91- Wright, Dora , 36 widow; W . Fairly 16 b.
July 1883; Luther 15 b. Feb 1885; Birda 11b. Feb 1889; Hana 9 b. Dec 1890.

More About DORA MAE NEWTON:
Record Change: January 11, 2005


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Children of JOHN WRIGHT and DORA NEWTON are:
          i.   EDWARD D.5 WRIGHT179, b. July 06, 1878; d. May 26, 1936, Scotland County, NC; m. MARY
               WILKERSON180; b. August 22, 1875; d. February 02, 1951.

               Notes for EDWARD D. WRIGHT:
               1920 Robeson County NC Census - Maxton - Family # 62 - Wright, Edgar 41; Mamie 42; May 19; Ar thur
               16; Rubie 12; Eldora 8.

               1930 Scotland County NC Census - Stewartsville Township - Johns - Family # 13 - Wright E D 51 ; Mary B
               54; Mae J 28; Ruby 21; Eldora 18

               Edward D. Wright Dies at Johns - Prominent Citizen Passed After An Illness of About Five Mont hs, Funeral
               Wednesday Morning. - Mr. Edward D. Wright prominent citizen of ? and for a numbe r of years associated
               with the J. T. John Company farming and mercantile interests, died as h is home at Johns Tuesday following
               an illness of about five months. Funeral services were hel d Wednesday at 11 o'clock at the home, with Rev.
               W. C. Ellerbe, Rev. W. L. Dawson and the Rev . Mr. Jones of Bennettsville officiating. An unusually large
               number of people gathered at th e home for the last tribute. Burial was at Hillside cemetery at Laurinburg. The
               floral tribut es were most beautiful and were banked about the grave and burial plot in luxuriant profusion .
               Mr. Wright was widely known and most highly esteemed. He had been active in business and i n the life of
               his community up until a few months ago when ill health forced him to retire fr om active work. He is
               survived by his wife, the former Miss Mary Baldwin Wilkinson, of Lumber ton. Three daughters, Misses Mae
               and Ruby Wright of Johns, and Mrs. Shaw Mangum of McColl, an d one son, Arthur Wright, of Belmont.
               And the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. B. F. Spea rs, South Boston, Va., Mrs. Mack Covington, McColl,
               S. C., Mrs. H. W. Parker, Roanoke, Va., F red of Charlotte, Fairel of Smithfield and Luther Wright of
               Augusta, Ga.

               More About EDWARD D. WRIGHT:
               Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: January 11, 2005

               More About MARY WILKERSON:
               Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: April 24, 2004

         ii.   FAIRLY W WRIGHT, b. 1884.

               More About FAIRLY W WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 24, 2004

        iii.   LUTHER WRIGHT181, b. February 03, 1885, Scotland County, NC; d. July 30, 1961, Augusta, Richmond, GA;
               m. LENARD MASON JACKSON, Abt. 1908; b. July 27, 1886, Graniteville, Aiken, SC; d. June 23, 1961,
               Augusta, Richmond, GA.

               More About LUTHER WRIGHT:
               Burial: Hilcrest Memorial Park, Augusta, Richmond, GA
               Record Change: July 28, 2004

               More About LENARD MASON JACKSON:
               Burial: Hilcrest Memorial Park, Augusta, Richmond, GA
               Record Change: July 28, 2004

        iv.    BIRDA WRIGHT, b. 1889.

               More About BIRDA WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 24, 2004

         v.    HANNIE WRIGHT182, b. December 19, 1890, Scotland County, NC; m. PARKER.

               More About HANNIE WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 24, 2004

               More About PARKER:
               Record Change: February 17, 2005


45. WILLIAM ANGUS4 WRIGHT (ELI GODBOLD3, WILLIAM P2, GEORGE1)183,184 was born September 30, 1866 in

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Richmond County, NC, and died March 18, 1951 in Hoke County, NC. He married VELLA JANE MCCALL185,186,
daughter of JOHN MCCALL and JOANNA SALMON. She was born June 06, 1868 in Scotland County, NC, and died
September 02, 1959 in Hoke County, NC.

More About WILLIAM ANGUS WRIGHT:
Burial: Raeford Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
Record Change: June 18, 2005

More About VELLA JANE MCCALL:
Burial: Raeford Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
Record Change: June 18, 2005

Children of WILLIAM WRIGHT and VELLA MCCALL are:
          i.   LEROY ELI5 WRIGHT187,188, b. May 10, 1896, Hoke County, NC; d. November 01, 1974.

               More About LEROY ELI WRIGHT:
               Burial: Raeford Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
               Record Change: June 18, 2005

         ii.   JOHN CRAWFORD WRIGHT188, b. April 22, 1901, Hoke County, NC; d. December 01, 1975.

               More About JOHN CRAWFORD WRIGHT:
               Burial: Raeford Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
               Record Change: June 18, 2005

        iii.   BELTON DICKSON WRIGHT188, b. July 03, 1905, Hoke County, NC; d. August 09, 1958.

               More About BELTON DICKSON WRIGHT:
               Burial: Raeford Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
               Record Change: June 18, 2005

        iv.    VERNA CARSON WRIGHT189, b. January 08, 1909, Raeford, Hoke, NC.

               More About VERNA CARSON WRIGHT:
               Record Change: June 17, 2005

         v.    JULIAN H. WRIGHT190,191, b. April 06, 1913, Hoke County, NC; d. January 09, 2000, Raeford, Hoke, NC; m.
               ALINE MCPHAUL192; b. 1918; d. February 09, 2006, Pinehurst, Moore, NC.

               More About JULIAN H. WRIGHT:
               Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
               Record Change: February 10, 2006

               Notes for ALINE MCPHAUL:
               RAEFORD - Mrs. Aline McPhaul Wright of 308 W. Central Ave. in Raeford died Thursday, Feb. 9 , 2006, at
               FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital in Pinehurst at the age of 88. Mrs. Wright wa s born in the Antioch
               community to the late Fletcher Franklin and Mary Thrower McPhaul. She a ttended Flora MacDonald College
               until her marriage. Mrs. Wright owned and operated Raeford Su per Market for many years. A lifelong
               Presbyterian, she was a member of Bethel Church from th e time of her marriage. She was honored with a
               lifetime membership in the Women of the Churc h where she served as an Elder and Clerk of the Session,
               Sunday-school teacher, Circle chairw oman and Bible moderator. Mrs. Wright frequently provided floral altar
               arrangements, which sh e made from her own garden. As long as her health permitted, Mrs. Wright was a
               mainstay in th e planning, preparing, serving, and cleaning up for Bethel's traditional in-gathering on th e first
               Thursday of each November - one of the commitments she has passed on to her children . She was a member
               of Raeford Garden Club and the local chapter of the United Daughters of th e Confederacy. Her favorite roles
               were wife, mother, aunt, neighbor and "Me-Me" to her grandc hildren. She will be remembered for the
               sharing of her bountiful meals and warm hospitality , both always served with a big helping of happy laughter.
               She was preceded in death by her h usband of more than 60 years, Julian H. Wright, in 2001; and earlier by
               her two brothers, F.C . McPhaul of Antioch and J.W. McPhaul of Raeford. She is survived by four sons, J.
               Hugh and w ife Caroline Atkinson Wright of Winston-Salem, Robert A. and wife Shirley Johnson Wright of
               R aeford, W. Fletcher and wife Anne Shankle Wright of Charlotte and Thomas F. Wright of Raeford ; a sister,
               Sarah M McNeill, of Raeford; eight grandchildren, Robert A. Wright Jr. and wife F rances, Dana Holt,
               William J. Wright, John S. Wright, Thomas F. Wright Jr and wife Vanessa an d Lynn W. Thorne and husband
               Robbie, all of Raeford, and Mary O'Neale Mattiacci and husband J oe, Julian H. Wright Jr. and wife Amy and


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                Richard S. Wright, all of Charlotte; her great-gran d-children, Christopher, Corinne, Chloe and Colton
                Wright, Caleb and Corbin Thorne, Jody Matt iacci, Elizabeth and Cora Wright, and Julian Hugh Wright III;
                and a number of nieces and neph ews. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, at Bethel
                Presbyterian Church , with the Revs. Sanders Read, Ladd Brearley and Frank Neil officiating. Burial will be
                in th e church cemetery. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at Crumpler Funera l Home,
                131 Harris Ave., in Raeford.

                More About ALINE MCPHAUL:
                Burial: Bethel Presbyterian Church, Raeford, Hoke, NC
                Record Change: February 10, 2006


46. PLEASANT HARDY4 WRIGHT (ELI GODBOLD3, WILLIAM P2, GEORGE1)193 was born 1869 in Richmond County,
NC, and died 1930 in Hoke County, NC. He married FRANCES CAROLINE WRIGHT193, daughter of GEORGE
WRIGHT and SARAH GRAHAM. She was born December 19, 1880, and died October 13, 1932.

Notes for PLEASANT HARDY WRIGHT:
Pleasant and his family were living in Hoke County, NC in 1920 and 1930

More About PLEASANT HARDY WRIGHT:
Burial: Raeford Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
Record Change: August 03, 2005

More About FRANCES CAROLINE WRIGHT:
Burial: Raeford Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
Record Change: August 03, 2005

Children of PLEASANT WRIGHT and FRANCES WRIGHT are:
           i.   WALTER HALL5 WRIGHT, b. May 10, 1896; m. (1) VERDA JOHNSON; m. (2) NELLIE MCKENIS.

                More About WALTER HALL WRIGHT:
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

                More About VERDA JOHNSON:
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

                More About NELLIE MCKENIS:
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

          ii.   GEORGIA WILLIE WRIGHT194, b. March 03, 1898; d. December 1982; m. (1) PEELE; m. (2) GREEN; m. (3)
                NORCROSS.

                Notes for GEORGIA WILLIE WRIGHT:
                Last resdence was Richmond, Richmond City, VA.

                More About GEORGIA WILLIE WRIGHT:
                Burial: Raeford, Hoke, NC
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

                More About PEELE:
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

                More About GREEN:
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

                More About NORCROSS:
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

         iii.   CARRIE RUTH WRIGHT195,196,197, b. June 16, 1901, Hoke County, NC; d. March 23, 1932, Hoke County, NC.

                Notes for CARRIE RUTH WRIGHT:
                Carrie Ruth was shot and killed at the age of 22 years old by Frank Russell at her hone in Ra eford, Frank
                Russell was shot the same day by Carrie's brother, Piearce.


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                More About CARRIE RUTH WRIGHT:
                Burial: Raeford Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

         iv.    BRUCE WRIGHT, b. October 17, 1903; d. November 27, 1903.

                More About BRUCE WRIGHT:
                Burial: Bethel Church Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

          v.    JOHN PIERCE WRIGHT, b. March 31, 1907, Hoke County, NC; m. POLLY.

                More About JOHN PIERCE WRIGHT:
                Burial: Rockingham, Richmond, NC
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

                More About POLLY:
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

         vi.    PLEASANT HARDY WRIGHT JR, b. March 06, 1910, Hoke County, NC; d. 1986; m. (1) SALLY HENDRICKS;
                m. (2) LINDA.

                More About PLEASANT HARDY WRIGHT JR:
                Burial: Pageland, Chesterfield, SC
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

                More About SALLY HENDRICKS:
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

                More About LINDA:
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

         vii.   FRANCES VIOLA WRIGHT197, b. May 10, 1912; m. LONEY WILLIAM YARBOROUGH, November 07, 1934;
                b. August 20, 1912; d. March 05, 1997.

                More About FRANCES VIOLA WRIGHT:
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

                More About LONEY WILLIAM YARBOROUGH:
                Burial: Raeford, Hoke, NC
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

        viii.   FLORENCE RAE WRIGHT198,199, b. December 24, 1916, Hoke County, NC; d. October 10, 1921, Hoke
                County, NC.

                More About FLORENCE RAE WRIGHT:
                Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
                Record Change: August 03, 2005


47. MARTHA LILY4 WRIGHT (JAMES MACON3, GEORGE2, GEORGE1)200 was born March 12, 1870 in Montgomery
County, NC, and died March 20, 1923 in Laurinburg, Scotland, NC. She married JOHN CALHOUN BIRMINGHAM
September 27, 1893201. He was born September 18, 1853, and died November 30, 1921.

Notes for MARTHA LILY WRIGHT:
Mrs. Lily Wright Birmingham Is Claimed By Death - Died Almost Suddenly Tuesday Night of Hear t Failure,
Funeral Thursday at 10:30 A.M - Mrs. Lily Wright Birmingham, widow of the late J . C. Birmingham, died
Tuesday night at her home on Gill street, the end coming almost suddenl y and following an attack of acute heart
trouble. Mrs. Birmingham was one of Laurinburg's no blest and finest women and the community was scarcely
prepared for the shock occasioned by he r death. She was a quite, sincere Christian woman, whose chief interest
were those of her ho me and those dear to her.

Funeral services were conducted Thursday morning at 10:30 at the home, Rev. Carl B. Craig, o f the Presbyterian
church, officiating. The interment was in the Laurinburg cemetery. The g rave was banked with a great profusion

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of beautiful flowers, eloquently testifying to the est eem in which she was held by many dear friends.

Mrs. Birmingham was born March 12, 1870, in Montgomery county and was a daughter of the lat e Capt. J. M.
Wright. The family later moved to this county, where they lived for many years .

She was married to the late J. C. Birmingham, who died in 1921, and there are surviving two d aughters, Mrs.
Lauch D. McKinnon and Miss Mary Taylor Birmingham, of Laurinburg; one step-dau ghter, Mrs. E. N. Gibson,
of Gibson; three step-sons Messrs. R. C. Birmingham, of Charlotte ; C. C. Birmington, of Wilmington, and J. H.
Birmingham, of Hamlet. One sister, Miss Fanni e Wright, of Washington, D.C., and one brother, J. W. Wright, of
Atlanta.

The Laurinburg Exchange - March 29, 1923 - On Tuesday night, March 20, at her home on Gill st reet, the spirit
of Mrs. Lillie Wright Birmingham peacefully passed into it final reward. O n Tuesday monrning, March 22, the
funeral service conducted by her pastor; Rev. Carl B. Craig , was held at her late residence. After this service, the
body under a profusion of beautifu l flowers, was laid to rest in the city cemetery.

Mrs. Birmingham, the subject of this sketch, was a daughter of the late Capt. J. M. Wright, a nd was born March
12, 1871, in Montgomery county. The family later moved to this county wher e the greater portion of her life was
spent.

On September 27, 1893, she was married to the late J. C. Birmingtham, who died in 1921. Ther e are surviving
two daughters, Mrs. Lauch D. McKinn, and Miss May Taylor Birmington, of Lauri nburg; one stepdaughter, Mrs.
E. N. Gibson, of Gibson; three step-sons, Messrs. R. C. Birming ham, of Charlotte; C. C. Birmingtham, of
Wilmington, and J. S. Birmingham, of Hamlet; one sit er, Miss Fannie Wright, of Washington, and one brother, J.
C. Wright of Atlanta.

Early in life Mrs. Birmingham joined the Presbyterian church, of which she was a faithful an d consistent menber -
ever anxious and willing to serve her church and promote its growth i n every way. Bright of intellect, genial of
dispotion and cheerful manner, she left an impre ss for good on those about her. In her were combined traits that
made her a strong Christia n character. It was in her home and immediate vicinity that her influence was most
felt. Fo r her it may be truly said that she was a devoted, loving mother and an ideal neighbor. Forg etful of self,
she was happiest when doing for others, exhibiting in her life a deep Christia n sympathy, and a genuine desire to
promote the welfare and comfort of those around her, ther eby displaying the sweet Christian graces which
characterized her whole life.

The hearts of many firneds and loved ones were saddened by the almost sudden departure of thi s good woman,
but upon her bereaved children the blow falls with almost curshing force. To p them the whole community pours
out its tenderest sympathy in this hour of sore afflictionma y the God of all Comfort be theirs and may Sorrow's
gloom be brightened with the assurance o f a happy reunion "beyong the veil," where =
"With the morn those angel faces smile,
Which we have loved long since and lost awhile."
A Friend.

More About MARTHA LILY WRIGHT:
Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 26, 2005

More About JOHN CALHOUN BIRMINGHAM:
Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: March 31, 2005

Children of MARTHA WRIGHT and JOHN BIRMINGHAM are:
           i.   ELLIE MAE5 BIRMINGHAM202, b. December 09, 1898, Scotland County, NC; d. November 01, 1982; m.
                LAUCH D. MCKINNON203, November 15, 1922; b. November 22, 1895; d. October 27, 1952, Laurinburg,
                Scotland, NC.

                More About ELLIE MAE BIRMINGHAM:
                Burial: McKinnon Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: May 26, 2005


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                Notes for LAUCH D. MCKINNON:
                Lauch McKinnon Passes Suddenly - Prominent Laurinburg Man and Postoffice Worker Victim of Sud den
                Attack Monday. - Lauch D. McKinnon, member of one of the county's old and prominent famil ies and for 15
                or 20 years a postal clerk at the Laurinburg postoffice, died suddenly Monda y afternoon about on o'clock at
                his home on Gill street. Mr. McKinnon compalined of not feel ing well at noon and suffered the fatal attack
                soon after eating a light lunch. He was a so n of the late Angus and Sally McLaurin McKinnon and was born
                at the McIntyre place near Lauri nburg November 27, 1895. He attended the Laurinburg school and
                graduated from Davidson Colle ge. For the past 15 or 20 years he had been working in the postoffice here.
                He was a vetera n of World War one and a member of the Presbyterian church. Mr. McKinnon married Miss
                Elli e Mae Birmingham of Laurinburg November 15, 1922. Surviving is the wife and three children , Mrs.
                Lawrence Campbell of Chapel Hill, Miss Sara Frances McKinnon of Raleigh, and Lauch Dic kson McKinnon
                of Laurinburg. He is also survived by a brother, Angus McKinnon of Laurinburg , and three grandchildren.

                More About LAUCH D. MCKINNON:
                Burial: McKinnon Family Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: April 01, 2005

          ii.   MARY TAYLOR BIRMINGHAM204, b. November 26, 1906; d. October 17, 1996; m. FRANK H. MEECE204; b.
                October 21, 1904; d. March 07, 1993.

                Notes for MARY TAYLOR BIRMINGHAM:
                Last residence was Raleigh, Wake County, NC

                More About MARY TAYLOR BIRMINGHAM:
                Record Change: May 26, 2005

                More About FRANK H. MEECE:
                Record Change: May 26, 2005


48. JOSEPH C.4 WRIGHT (JAMES MACON3, GEORGE2, GEORGE1)205 was born August 1881, and died November 13,
1931 in Scotland County, NC. He married MARY JANE CHAVIS206. She was born November 06, 1886 in
Scotland County, NC, and died October 06, 1958 in Raleigh, Wake, NC.

Notes for JOSEPH C. WRIGHT:
1910 Scotland County NC Census- Family # 175 - Wright, Joseph 28; May J 25; Alma 6; Wade 4; C larence 2.

1920 Scotland County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family # 157 - Wright, Joseph 38; Mar y Jane 33;
Alma 17; Wade 14; Clarence 11; Ida Mae 8; Louise 5; Josie 1/12.

1930 Scotland County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family 193 - Wright Joe 45; Mary J 43 ; Ida M 18;
Louise 14; Josie 9.

More About JOSEPH C. WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 31, 2005

Notes for MARY JANE CHAVIS:
Mrs. Mary Jane Wright, 72, died Monday morning following five years of failing health. She h ad been a patient
in a Raleigh hospital for four months and suffered a stroke there three wee ks ago. Funeral services were
conducted Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Wright's Bridge ch urch, near Laurel Hill, by her pastor, the Rev. C
Hinson and the Rev. Phillip Parker. Interm ent was in Wright's cemetery. Hymns which were sung during the
services were "In the Sweet B ye and Bye: and "Rock of Ages.". Mrs. Beulah Smith was in charge of floral
tributes and wa s asissted by Mrs. E. H. Gibson, Miss Jackie Gibson, Miss Marie Caulder, Mrs. Eddie J. Caulde r,
Mrs. N. R. Haskell, Miss Edna Butler of Laurel Hill and Mrs. Maybon Ingram and Mrs. Garret t Fields of
Laurinburg. Pallbearers were H. W. Daniels, Homer Gibson, W. F. Caulder, Sr., Bo yd Alford of Laurel Hill,
Bill Haire of Laurinburg, and Eddie Bower of Raleigh. Mrs. Wrigh t was a member of Wright's Bridge church.
She was the widow of Joe Wright of Laurel Hill, an d before her marriage she was Mary Jane Chavis of Scotland
county. She was born Jan. 16, 188 5. Surviving are: two sons, Clarence Wright of Laurel Hill and Wade Wright
of Wilmington; th ree daughters, Mrs. Ida Mae Jacobs and Mrs. Luther Caulder of Laurel Hill and Mrs. Hinton
Cav iness of Laurinburg; 21 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren.


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More About MARY JANE CHAVIS:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
Record Change: April 14, 2004

Children of JOSEPH WRIGHT and MARY CHAVIS are:
           i.   ALMA5 WRIGHT207, b. July 01, 1903, Scotland County, NC; d. August 18, 1931; m. JAMES E. HINSON, April
                18, 1920, Scotland County, NC; b. May 21, 1882; d. September 08, 1950.

                More About ALMA WRIGHT:
                Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: May 20, 2005

                More About JAMES E. HINSON:
                Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: May 20, 2005

          ii.   ARCHIE WADE WRIGHT208, b. June 28, 1906, Scotland County, NC; d. August 25, 1965, Charlotte,
                Mecklenburg, NC; m. EDITH MAE PEEPLES209,210; b. October 07, 1913; d. May 20, 2002, Laurinburg,
                Scotland, NC.

                Notes for ARCHIE WADE WRIGHT:
                Wade Wright, 59, died Wednesday morning in Charlotte Memorial hospital. A former Scotland co unty man
                he had been living in Charlotte in recent years and was employed in the recapping bu siness. He was a former
                member of the Laurinburg police force. Funeral services were conduc ted Thursday at 4 p.m. at Pate Funeral
                home, Laurel Hill, by the Rev. Howard Gilkeson of Laur inburg. Burial was in Wright cemetery, Laurel Hill.
                Surviving are: his wife, the former Ed ith Peeples; two sons, Archie Wade Wright, Jr. of Mocksville and
                Wiliam E. Wright of Orangebu rg, S. C.; two daughters, Mrs. Lola Mae Haire of Laurel Hill and Mrs. Mildred
                Bible of Raleig h; one brother, Clarence Wright of Laurel Hill; and three sisters, Mrs. Ida Mae Jacobs and Mr
                s. Louise Caulder of Laurel Hill and Mrs. Josie Caviness of Laurinburg.

                More About ARCHIE WADE WRIGHT:
                Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: August 08, 2004

                Notes for EDITH MAE PEEPLES:
                Mrs. Edith Mae Peeples Wright, 88, died Monday, May 20, 2002, at Scotia Village Retirement Ce nter. The
                funeral service will be conducted at 3 p.m. Thursday at McDougald Funeral Home an d Crematorium Chapel,
                with the Rev. James H. Bumgardner officiating. The burial will follo w in Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill.
                Born Oct. 7, 1913, in Guilford County, a daughter of th e late Edgar and Lola Barrington Peeples, she was a
                retired winder operator for Morgan Mill s and a member of Faith Presbyterian Church. She was preceded in
                death by: her husband, Arch ie Wade Wright; her daughter, Lola Haire; and her son, Archie Wade Wright, Jr.
                She is surviv ed by: her son, William E. "Bill" Wright of Summerville, S. C., and daughter, Mildred Jean B
                ible of Raleigh......

                More About EDITH MAE PEEPLES:
                Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: April 18, 2004

         iii.   WILLIAM CLARENCE WRIGHT, b. September 11, 1908, Marlboro County, SC; d. April 05, 1985, Duke,
                Durham, NC; m. MATTIE LEVINER; b. June 23, 1912, Scotland County, NC; d. August 23, 1983, Pinehurst,
                Moore, NC.

                More About WILLIAM CLARENCE WRIGHT:
                Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: April 14, 2004

                More About MATTIE LEVINER:
                Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, NC
                Record Change: December 27, 2004

         iv.    IDA MAE WRIGHT211, b. July 12, 1911, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. June 23, 1993, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC;
                m. (1) JACOBS; m. (2) SEWELL.

                More About IDA MAE WRIGHT:
                Burial: Wrights Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC


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               Record Change: July 15, 2005

               More About JACOBS:
               Record Change: April 17, 2004

               More About SEWELL:
               Record Change: July 15, 2005

         v.    LOUISE WRIGHT212, b. September 11, 1915; d. March 24, 2000, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC; m. LUTHER
               CAULDER212; b. October 09, 1912; d. June 1978.

               More About LOUISE WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 14, 2004

               More About LUTHER CAULDER:
               Record Change: April 14, 2004

         vi.   JOSIE WRIGHT212,213, b. December 31, 1919, Scotland County, NC; d. May 30, 1994, Laurinburg, Scotland,
               NC; m. HINTON CAVINESS214; b. July 20, 1919; d. August 04, 1995, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC.

               Notes for JOSIE WRIGHT:
               Josie Wright Caviness, 74, of Scotia Village died Monday at Scotland Memorial Hospital. Fune ral services
               will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the McDouglad Funeral Home officiated by Rev . Joel Perry. Burial will
               follow in Hillside Memorial Park. She is survived by: her husband , Hinton Caviness; two sons, Eugene
               Caviness of Laurinburg and William T. Caviness of Houston , Texas; a daughter, Linda Peele of Laurinburg;
               a sister, Louise Caulder of Laurel Hill; fiv e grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Born Dec. 31, 1919
               in Scotland County, she wa s a daughter of the late Joe and Mary Jane Chavis Wright. She was a retired
               employee of J. P . Stevens.

               More About JOSIE WRIGHT:
               Record Change: October 18, 2004

               More About HINTON CAVINESS:
               Record Change: April 14, 2004

        vii.   LAMAR WRIGHT215, b. February 19, 1922, Scotland County, NC; d. February 25, 1922, Scotland County,
               NC.

               More About LAMAR WRIGHT:
               Burial: James Cemetery
               Record Change: May 07, 2004


49. GEORGE WASHINGTON4 WRIGHT (DANIEL W.3, SAMUEL2, GEORGE1)216 was born April 25, 1850 in Richmond
County, NC, and died February 24, 1923. He married SARAH NANCY GRAHAM November 20, 1873 in Richmond
County, NC, daughter of GEORGE GRAHAM and JOSEPHINE JENKINS. She was born April 09, 1856, and died
April 08, 1933.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON WRIGHT:
1860 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson District - Family # 747 - Wright, Caroline 25; Ge orge W. 10;
Ebenezer 7.

1870 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson District, P. O. Box Laurel Hill - Family # 25 6 - Wright,
Caroline 38; George W 20; Zebina P. 17 (this must be Ebenezer); a black girl 10 d omestic servant.

1880 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson Township, page 336B - Wright, George 30; Nancy 23 ; Fanny
1; Caroline 48 (mother); Hersey, Preston 16 (black); Hersey, William 14 (black).

1900 Scotland County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family # 061 - Wright George W. 50 b . Apr 1850;
Sarah N. 44 b. Apr 1856; Josie L. dau. 15 b. May 1885; Henry H 11 b. May 1889; C aroline, mother, 68 b. Dec
1831.

1910 Marlboro County, SC Census - Red Bluff Township, McColl, Tatum Avenue - Family # 142 - W right,


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George W. 56 b. NC merchant, grocery store; Sarah N. 54; Josie L. 22, daughter.

1920 Marlboro County, SC Census - Red Bluff Township, McColl, Tatum Avenue - Family # 366 - W right,
George W. 64; Sarah N. 63; Joseline 34; Wright, Dr. S. G. 38 boarder, dentist; McGrego r E. H. 28 boarder.

The Marlboro Times- Industrial Issue December 1909 - The writer having had the pleasure and p rivilege of
knowing Mr. Wright for a long number of years, anything good and noble said abou t him would be true and
correct. Mr. Wright native of Scotland County, NC, owning a fertil e and valuable plantation in the "old North
State" a few years ago move to McColl, purchase d a lovely home in the most choice portion of the residential
section of the city.
Recently Mr. Wright engaged in the fancy grocery business, his store being on Main Street, n ext to A. C. L.
depot. He makes a specialty of choice fruit and high grade confectionaries . By his genial and companionable
dispostions he at once attracted a high class of customers , and day by day his trade has increased until he will
have to secure larger store room. Mr . Wright and his cultured family are valued acquisitions to McColl, loyal
and consistent chur ch members, he is a gib hearted popular gentleman. (writer's name not given)

More About GEORGE WASHINGTON WRIGHT:
Burial: Graham Plantation Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: July 28, 2005

Notes for SARAH NANCY GRAHAM:
According to the 1900 Scotland County Census, Sarah has had five children with three living a t the time of
census. This accounts for Henry Walter and George Edgar.

1930 Marlboro County, SC Census - McColl, Tatum Avenue - Family # 244 - Wright, Sarah N. 74 w idow; J.
Lena 35; George W. 13 grandson ( this is Henry Harvey Wright's son).

More About SARAH NANCY GRAHAM:
Burial: Graham Plantation Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 16, 2005

Children of GEORGE WRIGHT and SARAH GRAHAM are:
           i.   HENRY WALTER5 WRIGHT, b. October 17, 1875; d. September 03, 1878.

                More About HENRY WALTER WRIGHT:
                Burial: Graham Plantation Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: July 28, 2005

          ii.   FRANCES CAROLINE WRIGHT217, b. December 19, 1880; d. October 13, 1932; m. PLEASANT HARDY
                WRIGHT217; b. 1869, Richmond County, NC; d. 1930, Hoke County, NC.

                More About FRANCES CAROLINE WRIGHT:
                Burial: Raeford Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

                Notes for PLEASANT HARDY WRIGHT:
                Pleasant and his family were living in Hoke County, NC in 1920 and 1930

                More About PLEASANT HARDY WRIGHT:
                Burial: Raeford Cemetery, Raeford, Hoke, NC
                Record Change: August 03, 2005

         iii.   GEORGE EDGAR WRIGHT, b. May 05, 1882; d. March 30, 1897.

                More About GEORGE EDGAR WRIGHT:
                Burial: Graham Plantation Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: July 28, 2005

         iv.    JOSIE LENA WRIGHT, b. May 16, 1885, Richmond County, NC; d. November 18, 1973.

                More About JOSIE LENA WRIGHT:
                Burial: Graham Plantation Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC

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                Record Change: May 16, 2005

          v.    HARVEY HALL WRIGHT, b. May 10, 1889, Richmond County, NC; d. March 25, 1936; m. WESSIE
                O'BRIEN, December 27, 1908, Clio, Marlboro, SC; b. September 05, 1889; d. May 01, 1922.

                More About HARVEY HALL WRIGHT:
                Burial: Aberdeen, Moore, NC
                Record Change: July 28, 2005

                More About WESSIE O'BRIEN:
                Burial: Beaver Dam Cemetery, McColl, Marlboro, SC
                Record Change: July 28, 2005


50. EBENEZER JONES4 WRIGHT (DANIEL W.3, SAMUEL2, GEORGE1)218 was born 1853 in Richmond County, NC,
and died Aft. 1910 in Texas. He married FRANCES NOVELLA NOBLE. She was born 1860, and died Aft. 1920 in
Texas.

Notes for EBENEZER JONES WRIGHT:
1880 Edgefield, SC, Ridge Springs, Ward Township - Ebenezer J. Wright 27; Fannie N. 20; Carr ie K. L. 7/12.

Ebb Jones Wright went to Ridge Springs, SC, Saluda County and married Frances Nobella Noble . Some of his
children were born in Ridge Springs, then he moved to Texas. He settle down o n a farm in Caddo Springs,
Texas.

More About EBENEZER JONES WRIGHT:
Record Change: January 21, 2006

Notes for FRANCES NOVELLA NOBLE:
Frances is living in Dallas County, Texas in 1920

More About FRANCES NOVELLA NOBLE:
Record Change: January 21, 2006

Children of EBENEZER WRIGHT and FRANCES NOBLE are:
           i.   CARRIE LEE5 WRIGHT, b. November 08, 1879, Ridge Springs, Saluda, SC.

                More About CARRIE LEE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: October 11, 2005

          ii.   ALBERT WRIGHT, b. February 1882.

                More About ALBERT WRIGHT:
                Record Change: August 14, 2005

         iii.   CURTIS WRIGHT, b. June 19, 1884.

                More About CURTIS WRIGHT:
                Record Change: August 14, 2005

         iv.    JULIA MAE WRIGHT, b. September 1886.

                More About JULIA MAE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: August 14, 2005

          v.    SADIE EMMA WRIGHT, b. August 18, 1889.

                More About SADIE EMMA WRIGHT:
                Record Change: August 14, 2005

         vi.    XIMENA LORINA WRIGHT, b. July 08, 1892.

                More About XIMENA LORINA WRIGHT:


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                Record Change: August 14, 2005

        vii.    ANNIE LAURA WRIGHT, b. March 29, 1896.

                More About ANNIE LAURA WRIGHT:
                Record Change: August 14, 2005

        viii.   BESSIE JONES WRIGHT, b. November 27, 1900.

                More About BESSIE JONES WRIGHT:
                Record Change: August 14, 2005


51. ARCHIBALD4 WRIGHT (SABRA3, SAMUEL2, GEORGE1) was born 1852 in Richmond County, NC, and died Bef.
1900. He married CHRISTIAN PATE219, daughter of THOROUGHGOOD PATE and CHRISTIAN MCNEILL. She was
born February 23, 1866, and died April 22, 1921.

Notes for ARCHIBALD WRIGHT:
1880 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson Township - Family # 249 - Wright, Archie 28; Chri stian 25;
Zack 1; John 11( does not give relationship).

More About ARCHIBALD WRIGHT:
Record Change: April 01, 2005

Notes for CHRISTIAN PATE:
1900 Scotland County, NC Census - Laurel Hill - Family # 253 - Wright, Christian 40 b/ Feb/ 1 856 widow;
Carrie 17 b. Aug 1882; Archibald 14 b. Oct. 1885 (daughter).

More About CHRISTIAN PATE:
Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
Record Change: April 01, 2005

Children of ARCHIBALD WRIGHT and CHRISTIAN PATE are:
           i.   ZACHARIAH FILMORE5 WRIGHT220, b. June 27, 1879, Richmond County, NC; d. January 26, 1957,
                Laurinburg, Scotland, NC; m. (1) MAGGIE TUNSTALL; b. June 18, 1879; d. July 04, 1921; m. (2) BENNIE
                LEE SKIPPER; b. November 15, 1901, Horry County, SC; d. August 02, 1986, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC.

                Notes for ZACHARIAH FILMORE WRIGHT:
                1910 Scotland County NC Census - Upper Williamson Township - Family 267 - Wright, Zach 32; Ma ggie
                32; Archie 9; Harvey 7; Hallie (son) 7; Ollie G 3; Buddie 1.

                Have not found Zach in the 1920 Census any place.

                1930 Scotland County NC Census - Stewartsville Township - East Laurinburg - Family # 38 - Wri ght, Zach
                F 51; Bennie 58; Pearl 14.

                Funeral services for Z. F. Wright were conducted Monday afternoon at 4 oclock in the East La urinburg
                Church of God by the pastor, the Rev. W. C. Lee. Burial was in the Wright cemetery , near Laurel Hill. Mr
                Wright died in the Scotland Memorial hospital Saturday morning. Pall bearers were George Johnson, Ralph
                Wagner, Cleve Gibson, Myris Stalvey, Alfred Bridges, and J ames Faircloth. The floral arrangements were
                handled by the following: Mrs. Rachel Horne, Mr s. Annie Lunsford, Mrs. Ollie Strickland, Mrs. A. B.
                Morton, Mrs. Mae Towson, Mrs. Sudie John son, Mrs. Fannie Quick, Mrs. Vivian Pearson, Mrs. Daisy
                Caulder, Mrs. Bernice Perkins, and Mr s. Geneva Todd. Mr. Wright was a native of Richmond county and
                was a son of Archibald and Ch ristopher Wright. A retired textile foreman, he was married twice and is
                survived by three s ons by his first marriage: Harvey D. Wright of Vanceboro and Matthew and Mark of
                Laurinburg ; Mrs. M. C. Johnson and Mrs. J. A. Bledsoe, two daughters, also by his first marriage. He i s also
                survived by his second wife, Mrs. Lee Been Wright of Laurinburg, a son, Talmadge Wrigh t of Fayetteville, a
                daughter, Mrs. M. J. Cook of Wagram; 28 grandchildren and 11 great-grand children.

                More About ZACHARIAH FILMORE WRIGHT:
                Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: May 28, 2004

                More About MAGGIE TUNSTALL:

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               Burial: King Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: March 31, 2005

               More About BENNIE LEE SKIPPER:
               Burial: Hillside Memorial Park, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: March 31, 2005

         ii.   CAROLINE VIRGINIAA WRIGHT "CARRIE"221, b. August 30, 1881, Scotland County, NC; d. April 07, 1966,
               Laurinburg, Scotland, NC; m. CHARLIE WESLEY WALTERS; b. 1881.

               Notes for CAROLINE VIRGINIAA WRIGHT "CARRIE":
               Mrs. Carrie Walters, 83, died suddenly Thursday. She made her home with a daughter, Mrs. Oll ie Mae
               Carter, 79 Tenth street, East Laurinburg. Funeral services will be conducted Saturda y at 4 p.m. at the East
               Laurinburg Pentecostal Holiness church by the Rev. M. O. Cannon and t he Rev. David McKenzie. Burial
               will be in Hillside cemetery. Surviving are: her daughter an d three sons, Johnny of Greensboro, Jesse of
               Laurinburg, and Lindsay Walters of Laurel Hill , one sister, Mrs. Mary Ann Lee of Charlotte, seven
               grandchildren, and two great-grandchildre n.

               More About CAROLINE VIRGINIAA WRIGHT "CARRIE":
               Burial: Hillside Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: December 04, 2005

               Notes for CHARLIE WESLEY WALTERS:
               1920 Scotland County, NC - Laurel Hill - Family # 208 - Walters, Charlie 38; Carrie 37; Olli e M. 12; John
               W. 8; Jessie (m) 5; Lindsay 1 6/12.

               More About CHARLIE WESLEY WALTERS:
               Record Change: July 11, 2005


52. MALCOM4 WRIGHT (SABRA3, SAMUEL2, GEORGE1)222 was born October 29, 1855 in Richmond County, NC,
and died June 06, 1931 in Scotland County, NC. He married MARY FRANCES STEVENS223. She was born June
15, 1860, and died July 11, 1943.

Notes for MALCOM WRIGHT:
1880 Richmond County NC Census - Williamson Township - Wright, Macomb 26; Mary 20.

1900 Scotland County NC Census - Laurel Hill Township - Family # 103 - Wright, Malcom 44 b. O ct. 1855;
Mary Frances 29 b. July 1860; Norris W. 19 b. Aug 1880; Jessie O. (male) 16 b. De c 1883; Luther Elmore 13 b.
Sept 1887; Delia Jane 5 b. Oct 1894; Walter Morgan 0/12 b. Sept 1 899.

1910 Scotland County NC Census - Spring Hill Township - Family # 29 - Wright, Malcomb 55; Mar y F 45;
Delila 15; Walter M 10; Archie M. 8.

1920 Scotland County NC Census - Spring Hill Township - Family 235 - Wright, Make 64; Mary 60 ; Walter 20;
Archie 17; Morrison, Donna 19 boarder.

1930 Scotland County NC Census - Spring Hill Township - Wright, Make 74; Marry F 69; Walter 3 0; Paul M. 6
b. 1923 (grandson).

Malcolm Wright died at his home in Spring Hill township Saturday morning, June 6, at 8 o'cloc k, and was buried
Sunday afternoon at 3:30 at Wrights Chapel, Rev. G. L. Guy of St. Pauls off iciating. Mr. Wright was a good
Christian man and was held in high esteem by those who kne w him. He had been a member of Wrights Chapel
for 15 years. He would have been 77 years o f age had he lived until October. He leaves to mourn his loss, a
wife, Mrs. Mary Frances Wri ght, and 5 children, as follows: Morris Wright of Raeford, Luther Wright, Walter
Wright, Arc hie Wright of Philadelphia, and Mrs. Lila Norton of Pine Bluff.

More About MALCOM WRIGHT:
Burial: Wright/Laviner Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
Record Change: March 03, 2006

More About MARY FRANCES STEVENS:

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Burial: Wright Cemetery, Laurel Hill, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 28, 2004

Children of MALCOM WRIGHT and MARY STEVENS are:
          i.   NORRIS MALCOLM5 WRIGHT224, b. August 11, 1880, Richmond County, NC; d. December 03, 1968,
               Laurinburg, Scotland, NC; m. (1) CARRIE LEE BEASLEY225; b. December 03, 1922, Scotland County, NC; d.
               February 07, 1961, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC; m. (2) BERNICE STEVENS; b. August 12, 1885; d. September
               23, 1937, Raeford, Hoke, NC; m. (3) AUGUSTA FERGUSON, January 12, 1904, Scotland County, NC226; b.
               1886.

               Notes for NORRIS MALCOLM WRIGHT:
               1930 Hoke County NC Census - Wright, N. M. 49; Bernice 43.

               Norris Wright, 88, retired resident of route 3, Laurinburg, died Tuesday morning at Scotlan d Memorial
               Hospital. Funeral services will be conducted this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the J ohnson Funeral Home,
               Laurinburg, by the Rev. Wayne Driggers. Burial will follow in Caledoni a cemetery. He is survived by two
               brothers, Walter Wright of Laurinburg and Archie Wright o f Philadelphia. Pa.

               More About NORRIS MALCOLM WRIGHT:
               Burial: Caledonia Methodist Church, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: May 29, 2004

               Notes for CARRIE LEE BEASLEY:
               Mrs. Carrie Lee Beasley Wright, 38, died Tuesday afternoon at Scotland Memorial hospital afte r an illness of
               several months. Funeral services were conducted Thursday at 4 p.m. at the Fi rst Baptist Church by the
               pastor, the Rev. Richard E. Price, Jr., assisted by the Rev. Howar d W. Gilkeson, pastor of Pleasant View
               Presbyterian church. Burial was in Caledonia cemetery . Serving as pallbearers were George Howell, Carl
               Gilmore, Raymond Gilmore, James Edwards , Curley Woodell, Jr., and Wade H. Priest, Jr. Mrs. Sam
               Brazelton and Mrs. Pickett Gilmore w ere in charge of the floral arrangements. Mrs. Wright, a native of
               Scotland county, made he r home in the Pleasant View community near the Old Maxton road. She is survived
               by her husba nd, Norris M. Wright, one sister, Mrs. Julian Priest of Laurinburg, and two half brothers, Ru fus
               Beasley of McColl and Ralph P. Stanley of Charlotte.

               More About CARRIE LEE BEASLEY:
               Burial: Caledonia Methodist Church, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: May 29, 2004

               More About BERNICE STEVENS:
               Burial: Laviner Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: June 18, 2005

               Notes for AUGUSTA FERGUSON:
               On the marriage license the name was Verunon?

               More About AUGUSTA FERGUSON:
               Record Change: May 29, 2004

         ii.   JESSE O. WRIGHT, b. December 03, 1883, Richmond County, NC; d. November 24, 1929, Scotland County,
               NC; m. WINNIE D FERGUSON, December 24, 1903, Scotland County, NC; b. 1889; d. Aft. 1930.

               Notes for JESSE O. WRIGHT:
               Jesse and his brother, Luther, both married on December 24, 1903 at the residence of their fa ther, Malcolm.

               1910 Scotland County NC Census - Spring Hill Township - Family # 30 - Wright, Jesse 26; Winni e D 21;
               Geneva? 5; Dollie J 3; Daniel 1.

               1920 Scotland County NC Census - Spring Hill Township - Family # 101 - Wright, Jessie 37; Win nie 32; girl
               ( name is not legible) 15; Dora 13; Daniel 11; Jernigan 7; William 5; Jamie (mal e) 2.

               1930 Hoke County NC Census - Wright, Mrs. J. O. 40; Jernigan 16; William 14; James E 11; Lul a 9; Annie
               E 6; John Charles3.

               More About JESSE O. WRIGHT:
               Burial: Laviner Cemetery, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: May 28, 2004


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       More About WINNIE D FERGUSON:
       Record Change: May 29, 2004

iii.   LUTHER ELMORE WRIGHT227, b. April 23, 1886, Richmond County, NC; d. April 26, 1964, Laurinburg,
       Scotland, NC; m. MAGGIE STEPHENS228, December 24, 1903, Scotland County, NC229; b. May 08, 1885; d.
       June 27, 1941.

       Notes for LUTHER ELMORE WRIGHT:
       Luther and his brother, Jesse, both married on December 24, 1903, at the residence of their f ather, Malcolm.

       1910 Scotland County NC Census - Spring Hill Township - Family 28 - Wright, Luther 24; Maggi e 25; Lillie
       May 6; Anna 2; Stevens James 28 (cousin).

       1920 Scotland County NC Census - Spring Hill Township - Family #233- Wright, Luther 34; Maggi e 35;
       Lillie May 15; Anna 14; Dannie Hugh 3.

       1930 Scotland County NC Census - Spring Hill Township - Wright, Luther 44; Maggie 45; Anna 19 ; Dane H
       14; Hudson 8; Louise 6.

       Luther Elmore Wright, 78, died Sunday at Scotland Memorial Hospital. He was a farmer and mad e his home
       on route 2, Laurinburg, with his daughter, Mrs. Arch McRae. Funeral services wer e conducted Monday at 4
       p.m. at Johnson Funeral Home chapel, Laurinburg, by the Rev. John B . Hiott, pastor of Spring Hill Baptist
       church, assisted by a former pastor, the Rev. E. N. Jo hnson. Serving as pallbearers were Hamrick McLean of
       Laurinburg, George Crump Jr. of Rocking ham, David L. Wright of Wagram, and Ellis Harris of Raeford, all
       grandsons, and Dr. E. C. Wom ble of Wagram and Paul Wright of Fayetteville. A native of Scotland county,
       Mr. Wright wa s a son of the late Malcolm and Mary Stevens Wright. He was a member of Spring Hill Baptis
       t church. Surviving are: two sons, Danny Hugh Wright of Wagram and George Hudson Wright o f Winston-
       Salem; two daughters. Mrs. George Crumb of Rockingham and Mrs. McRae; three brother s, Walter and
       Norris Wright of Laurinburg and Arch Wright of Philadelphia, Pa; nine grandchil dren and 10 great-
       grandchildren.

       More About LUTHER ELMORE WRIGHT:
       Burial: Springhill Cemetery, Wagram, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: May 28, 2004

       Notes for MAGGIE STEPHENS:
       Mrs. Maggie M. Wright, wife of L. E. Wright, died at her home near Laurinburg Friday afterno on, June 27,
       after a lingering illness. Funeral services were held Sunday morning at 11 ocl ock from the home, with the
       Rev. J. E. Reamy, pastor of Spring Hill Baptist church, officiati ng...... Interment followed at Spring Hill
       cemetery. The pallbearers were Messrs. Fairly Mon roe, John Jackson, Jack Lassister, Walter Neal Currie,
       Charlie McMillan and James Deaton. Th e flowers were arranged by the ladies of Spring Hill church. Mrs.
       Wright is survived by he r husband and five children, Mrs. George Crump of Rockingham, Anna, Hudson,
       Dan Hugh and Loui se, all of the home. She leaves a host of friends and relatives who mourn her passing. Sh
       e had been in failing health for several years. Those from out of town at the funeral were : Mr. & Mrs.
       Clarence McNair, Misses Margarita and Maxine Henry, Muriel Bateman, Mrs. S. J. H enry, Mrs. Cliff Yates,
       Mrs. Fred Bellamy, Mrs. Platt Webb, Mrs. Garrett Hicks and Miss Mar y Edna Bellamy of Rockingham; Mr.
       and Mrs. B. E. Easterling, and Mrs. Ollie Smith of Hamlet ; Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Norton and children of
       Southern Pines; Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Patterson an d family of Maxton, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wade of
       Raeford, Mr. and Mrs. Jernigan Wright and Mr . and Mrs. T. T. Thomas of Fayetteville.

       More About MAGGIE STEPHENS:
       Burial: Springhill Cemetery, Wagram, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: May 29, 2004

iv.    WALTER MORGAN WRIGHT230, b. September 26, 1899, Scotland County, NC; d. December 17, 1977,
       Laurinburg, Scotland, NC; m. JUANITA MILLIGAN; b. 1911; d. 1967.

       Notes for WALTER MORGAN WRIGHT:
       Walter Morgan Wright, 78, retired contract mail carrier, died Sunday at his home on the Aberd een road.
       Funeral services will be conducted this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the McDougald Fu neral Home chapel by the
       Rev. Alton A. Coble. Burial will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Ser vice as pallbearers will be Eddie Peele,
       Ray Peele, Dwayne Wright, Russell Warner, Jim Adams , and Curtis Ramsey. Born Sept. 26, 1899 in
       Scotland county, Mr. Wright was a son of the lat e Malcolm and Mary Stevens Wright. He is survived by one
       son, Malcolm (Mac) Wright of Dayton , Ohio, one daughter, Mrs. Robert (Sylvia) Seay of Charlotte, one
       brother, Archie Wright of N ew Pork Rickey, Fla., and eight grandchildren.

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               More About WALTER MORGAN WRIGHT:
               Burial: Hillside Memorial Park, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: May 29, 2004

               More About JUANITA MILLIGAN:
               Burial: Hillside Memorial Park, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC
               Record Change: May 29, 2004

          v.   ARCHIE MURRAY WRIGHT231, b. February 02, 1902, Laurinburg, Scotland, NC; d. December 1981; m.
               SUSAN WILLIAMS.

               Notes for ARCHIE MURRAY WRIGHT:
               Last residence was Brooksville, Hernando, Florida.

               More About ARCHIE MURRAY WRIGHT:
               Record Change: May 29, 2004

               More About SUSAN WILLIAMS:
               Record Change: June 06, 2004

         vi.   DELIA JANE WRIGHT, b. 1905, Scotland County, NC.

               More About DELIA JANE WRIGHT:
               Record Change: May 29, 2004


53. SAMUEL JEFFERSON4 WRIGHT (SAMUEL GIBSON3, SAMUEL2, GEORGE1)232,233 was born September 27, 1862 in
Richmond County, NC, and died June 07, 1936 in Scotland County, NC. He married ESTHER ANN STUBBS
December 02, 1891 in Richmond County, NC, daughter of DAVID STUBBS and EMMA COVINGTON. She was born
April 03, 1870, and died February 28, 1951 in Scotland County, NC.

Notes for SAMUEL JEFFERSON WRIGHT:
Samuel J. Wright Dies Suddenly - Prominent Farmer of Gibson Section Found Dead in Bed Sunda y Morning,
Funeral Monday - Mr. Samuel J. Wright, well known citizen and farmer of near Gibso n, was found dead in bed
at his home by members of his family on Sunday morning. It is sai d that Mr. Wright retired Saturday night and
so far as was known was enjoying his usual healt h. Funeral services were held Monday at St. Johns Methodist
church. Mr. Wright was highly e steemed and was a useful citizen and a life long resident of Scotland county. He
is survive d by his wife, the former Miss Esther Stubbs, and the following children: Frank Wright, Sa m Wright,
Wade Wright, Miss Grace Wright, Mrs. Dave McLean, Mrs. Carl Parker, all of Gibson ; Mrs. Raymond Malloy,
Pelham; Mrs. A. M. Smith of Tabor, and Mrs. Newton of McColl. He als o leaves 18 grandchildren and five
sisters.

More About SAMUEL JEFFERSON WRIGHT:
Burial: Gibson Town Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 20, 2004

More About ESTHER ANN STUBBS:
Burial: Gibson Town Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
Record Change: March 23, 2004

Children of SAMUEL WRIGHT and ESTHER STUBBS are:
          i.   WILLIAM FRANK5 WRIGHT234, b. April 03, 1892, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. June 30, 1969, Bennettsville,
               Marlboro, SC; m. WILMER FRANCES GIBSON, March 11, 1917, Scotland County, NC; b. July 31, 1894; d.
               December 03, 1964.

               Notes for WILLIAM FRANK WRIGHT:
               William Frank Wright, 77, merchang of the upper Marlboro county area, died Monday at Marlbor o General
               Hospital. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday at 4 p.m. at St. John's Methodis t church by the pastor,
               the Rev. J. D. Jones. Burial was in Pinecrest cemetery. Mr. Wrigh t was married to the former Wilma
               Gibson, who died a few years ao. There are two daughters , Mrs. Mildred Eggers, who is owner and manager
               of L and M Apartments, Winston-Salem, and Mrs . Marie Bates of Arlington, Va., who serves with the U. S.
               Air Force in the Pentagon at Washi ngton. Also surviving are four sisters, Mrs. Carl Parker of route 1,

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       Gibson, Mrs. Emma W. Sm ith of Tabor City, Mrs. Lola McLean of Paul's Valley, and Mrs. Katie Newton of
       McColl, two br others, Wade Wright of route 2, Gibson, and Sam D. Wright of Laurinburg.

       More About WILLIAM FRANK WRIGHT:
       Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: February 21, 2005

       More About WILMER FRANCES GIBSON:
       Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: November 01, 2003

 ii.   SARAH CATHERINE WRIGHT235, b. January 16, 1894, Gibson, Scotland, NC; m. PRATT NEWTON236,
       December 22, 1912, Gibson, Scotland, NC; b. September 21, 1890, South Carolina; d. June 12, 1938.

       More About SARAH CATHERINE WRIGHT:
       Record Change: November 01, 2003

       More About PRATT NEWTON:
       Burial: Newton Cemetery, Marlboro County, SC
       Record Change: November 01, 2003

iii.   LOLA WRIGHT237,238, b. October 10, 1895, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. December 1983, Oklahoma City,
       Oklahoma, OK; m. D. A. MCLEAN.

       More About LOLA WRIGHT:
       Record Change: November 01, 2003

       More About D. A. MCLEAN:
       Record Change: November 01, 2003

iv.    GRACIE GREENWOOD WRIGHT, b. June 26, 1897, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. October 13, 1967, Scotland
       County, NC.

       Notes for GRACIE GREENWOOD WRIGHT:
       Gracie never married

       More About GRACIE GREENWOOD WRIGHT:
       Burial: Gibson Town Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: March 23, 2004

 v.    CHARLOTTE FRANCES WRIGHT239, b. July 16, 1899, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. January 04, 1986, Gibson,
       Scotland, NC; m. JAMES CARLILES PARKER, October 28, 1917, Scotland County, NC; b. January 03, 1896,
       Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. January 04, 1986, Gibson, Scotland, NC.

       More About CHARLOTTE FRANCES WRIGHT:
       Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: May 08, 2004

       More About JAMES CARLILES PARKER:
       Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
       Record Change: September 10, 2004

vi.    SAMUEL DAVID WRIGHT240,241, b. October 26, 1903, Scotland County, NC; d. July 1980.

       More About SAMUEL DAVID WRIGHT:
       Record Change: February 21, 2005

vii.   WADE HAMPTON WRIGHT242,243,244, b. November 02, 1905, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. August 30, 1992,
       Charlotte, Mecklenberg, NC; m. SARAH PENEGAR, November 02, 1973; b. March 26, 1922.

       Notes for WADE HAMPTON WRIGHT:
       Wade served in World War II.

       More About WADE HAMPTON WRIGHT:
       Burial: Philadelphia Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Mint Hill, Mecklenburg, NC
       Record Change: December 28, 2004

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                More About SARAH PENEGAR:
                Record Change: December 28, 2004

        viii.   EMMA HATTIE WRIGHT245,246, b. August 18, 1907, Gibson, Scotland, NC; m. A. M. SMITH.

                More About EMMA HATTIE WRIGHT:
                Record Change: May 08, 2004

                More About A. M. SMITH:
                Record Change: November 01, 2003

         ix.    PETER WRIGHT247,248, b. August 11, 1909, Scotland County, NC; d. June 13, 1931, Charlotte, Mecklenberg,
                NC.

                Notes for PETER WRIGHT:
                Peter Wright Dies In Charlotte Hospital - Succumbs to Injuries Received When Struck by Truc k on Highway
                203 One Night Last Week - The death of Peter Wright, son of Mr. Sam J. Wright , of the Masons Cross
                section, in a Charlotte hospital Saturday adds another to the list of v ictims of automobile accidens in the
                county. Mr. Wright was fattly injured one night last we ek when struck by a motor truck on highway 203 near
                Smith's mill. The truck was driven by Mr . Fred Howell of Gibson. According to reports, Mr. Wright had
                stopped his car on the highwa y and was working on his motor. Mr. Howell was passing in his truck and as
                he drove past Mr . Wright's car, he stepped into the highway and was stuck on the head by the frame or body
                o f the truck. The blow was sufficient to cause unconsciousness, it is said, and the young ma n died before
                regaining consciousness. From information gained about the circumstances, it s eems that the acciden was
                wholly unavoidable. It was at night and it was raining. Mr. Howel l saw the car parked on the highway, but
                drove past it with sufficient clearance, it is said , not to creat a dangerous situation. Mr. Wright on the other
                hand, it is believed, saw th e truck coming, or passing, and thought that it was out of the way and stepped a
                little too f ar into the road with the resulf that the body of the truck struck his head. Funeral service s were
                held Sunday morning at the Gibson cemetery, Rev. E. B. Fisher and Rev. O. W. McManus o fficiating.

                More About PETER WRIGHT:
                Burial: Gibson Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: March 03, 2006


54. JORETTA ISABELLA4 WRIGHT (SAMUEL GIBSON3, SAMUEL2, GEORGE1)249,250,251 was born November 16, 1873
in Richmond County, NC, and died December 26, 1945 in McColl, Marlboro, SC. She married GEORGE
ROBERTSON BULLARD252 February 22, 1899, son of JOEL BULLARD and NANCY ADAMS. He was born July 30,
1874 in Richmond County, NC, and died January 18, 1941.

Notes for JORETTA ISABELLA WRIGHT:
Mrs. R. B. Bullard Passes At Gibson - Succumbs to Long Illness. Leaves Family of Three Son s and Five
Daughters. - Known to friends as "Miss Belle" Mrs. Isabella Wright Bullard, age 72 , died at her home in Gibson
December 26, after many months of declining health. Mrs. Bullar d was well known in Gibson and nearby
communities, having lived here all her life and havin g been an active member of St. John's Methodist Church.
She was born November 16, 1873, th e daughter of Charlotte Frances and Samuel J. Wright. On February 22,
1899, she married Robe rt Bullard also of Gibson. To this union three sons and five daughters were born, all
surviv ing. They are: Mrs. Lonnie Adams, Mr. W. R. Bullard, Mrs. John S. Bullard, and Mrs. Clifto n Webb of
Gibson; Mrs. M. B. Peele of Hamlet; Mr. C. B. Bullard of Charlotte; and Mrs. C. E . Baker and Mrs. J. B. Baker
of Rockingham. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. J. E. Bosti ck and Mrs. G. C. Kirk of near Gibson, twenty-
five grandchildren, and one great grandchild . Funeral services were conducted from the home Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'clock by Rev. J. P . Pegg, pastor of the Gibson and St. John's Methodist Churches. Music was
furnished by the G ibson choir. Floral tributes were numerous and beautiful and were in the care of the decease
d's nieces. Pall bearers, all Mrs. Bullards nephews, were: George Kirk, Pfc. Roger Monroe, P vt. James Odom,
Sam Wright, Carl Parker, and John W. Bullard. Burial was in the Gibson cemet ery.

More About JORETTA ISABELLA WRIGHT:
Burial: Pine Crest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
Record Change: April 06, 2005

More About GEORGE ROBERTSON BULLARD:
Burial: Pine Crest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC

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Record Change: April 19, 2004

Children of JORETTA WRIGHT and GEORGE BULLARD are:
           i.   JOSIE5 BULLARD, m. BAKER.

                More About JOSIE BULLARD:
                Record Change: January 20, 2005

                More About BAKER:
                Record Change: February 28, 2005

          ii.   ANNIE ELIZABETH BULLARD, b. March 26, 1902, Scotland County, NC; d. June 05, 2003, Rockingham,
                Richmond, NC; m. MARVIN BUFORD PEELE252,253, April 25, 1923; b. March 19, 1890, Gibson, Scotland,
                NC; d. June 16, 1984.

                More About ANNIE ELIZABETH BULLARD:
                Burial: Peele Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: January 20, 2005

                More About MARVIN BUFORD PEELE:
                Burial: Peele Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: January 20, 2005

         iii.   MYRTLE BULLARD, b. 1912; m. HENRY CLIFTON WEBB; b. April 16, 1913; d. September 23, 1978,
                Scotland County, NC.

                More About MYRTLE BULLARD:
                Record Change: January 20, 2005

                More About HENRY CLIFTON WEBB:
                Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: January 20, 2005

         iv.    JOHN SAMUEL BULLARD, b. April 15, 1916, Scotland County, NC; d. January 11, 1985, Laurinburg,
                Scotland, NC.

                More About JOHN SAMUEL BULLARD:
                Record Change: February 28, 2005


55. BERNICE BLONDELLE4 WRIGHT (SAMUEL GIBSON3, SAMUEL2, GEORGE1)254 was born March 08, 1877 in
Scotland County, NC, and died June 01, 1961 in Greensboro, Guilford, NC. She married GEORGE CASTREL
KIRK254 March 09, 1902 in Scotland County, NC. He was born August 20, 1880, and died November 12, 1945.

More About BERNICE BLONDELLE WRIGHT:
Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
Record Change: May 27, 2005

More About GEORGE CASTREL KIRK:
Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
Record Change: November 01, 2003

Children of BERNICE WRIGHT and GEORGE KIRK are:
           i.   GEORGE N.5 KIRK, b. November 06, 1903, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. August 26, 1948.

                More About GEORGE N. KIRK:
                Burial: Pinecrest Cemetery, Gibson, Scotland, NC
                Record Change: May 27, 2005

          ii.   LILLIAN ANN255, b. June 17, 1907, Gibson, Scotland, NC.

                More About LILLIAN ANN:
                Record Change: May 27, 2005


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         iii.   HATTIE LUCILLE KIRK256, b. July 29, 1909, Gibson, Scotland, NC.

                More About HATTIE LUCILLE KIRK:
                Record Change: May 27, 2005

         iv.    VIOLA MYRTLE KIRK257, b. March 14, 1913, Gibson, Scotland, NC.

                More About VIOLA MYRTLE KIRK:
                Record Change: May 27, 2005


56. WALTER4 WRIGHT (FRANCIS3 FRANK WRIGHT, DUNCAN CAMERON2 WRIGHT, GEORGE1)258 was born 1862 in
Gibson, Scotland, NC, and died January 09, 1926 in Columbia, Richland, SC. He married MARY J. BRIGMAN258.
She was born September 04, 1874 in Gibson, Scotland, NC, and died January 05, 1942 in Rockingham,
Richmond, NC.

Notes for WALTER WRIGHT:
1900 Scotland County NC Census - Upper Williamson PCT - Family # 052 - Wright, Wall 39 b. Au g 1860;
Macie 22 b. Mar 1878; Alfred 4 b. Nov 1895; Marvin 2 b. Feb. 1898.

1910 Scotland County NC Census - Lower Williamson Pct. - Gibson Road - Family #103 - Wright , Walter 48;
Macie 36; Alfred 16; Marvin 14; Belton 9; Clarence 6; Lela 4.

Walter was admitted to the South Carolina State Hospital as a mental patient on September 9 , 1925.

Further information about Walter contained in the committment papers, he states he has 2 brot hers and 2 sisters
living, 3 brothers and 1 sister dead.

More About WALTER WRIGHT:
Burial: South Carolina State Hospital, Columbia, Richland, SC
Record Change: December 28, 2004

More About MARY J. BRIGMAN:
Burial: Mizpah Cemetery, Rockingham Richmond, NC
Record Change: October 30, 2004

Children of WALTER WRIGHT and MARY BRIGMAN are:
           i.   ALFRED TIMMINS5 WRIGHT258,259, b. December 28, 1892, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. November 22, 1965,
                Lexington, Lexington, SC; m. MAUDE SINGLETON; b. August 06, 1892; d. June 22, 1975, McColl,
                Marlboro, SC.

                Notes for ALFRED TIMMINS WRIGHT:
                The Laurinburg Exchange - October 22, 1925 - McColl, Oct. 14 - Mad Man At McColl Kills Own Da ughter -
                Was Mad Because She had Married Against His Wishes, Cuts His Own Throat. The secon d murder in 40
                years life of this town occured just after 12 o'clock on Tuesday, Oct. 13, whe n Alfred Wright, a mill operative
                living on the Old Hill shot and instantly killed his 14 yea r old daughter, Annie Mae, as she sat at the sewing
                machine, sewing. He then turned the gu n on himself, but the shot went amiss. Going under the house, he
                slashed his throat. The po lice officers rushed him to the Strudwick emergency hospital where Drs. Moore,
                Blanchard, Liv ingston and Jennings attended to the wounds. He is yet at Strudwick hospital. A few days ag
                o, Annie Mae was married (against her parents' wishes) to Ben Housard, of Conway; a youth o f 20, the
                ceremony being performed at Dillon. Wright had the boy arrested, and Magistrate H . B. McIntyre tried the
                case, placing the boy under a $250 bond. The girl was taken to her p arent's home. The horrible murder is the
                aftermath of this marriage. It is said amongst th e neighbors that the girl had a very unhappy home; and
                carried a sad, unsmiling countenance . Doubtless, she followed her sweetheart, thinking to better her
                condition. The Old Hill wa s in a state of feverish excitement all yesterday afternoon; hundreds went to the
                home in whi ch lay the murdered child; and several women were prostrated with nervous chills. Perhaps i t
                was a good thing for the father that he was rushed to Strudwick; for nothing that has eve r happened in this
                section has so maddened the crowd. This A M, Wright, it is said told som e one he "was not sorry - only
                wished he had killed out the crowd." To one of the physician s he suggested that he be "given enough
                strychnine to kill him." Later on he told some one h e would like to see Annie Mae before she was buried.
                The bereaved mother says she "never wis hes to see him again." Before her marriage to Wright, she was Miss
                Singleton, the daughter o f Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Singleton; respected for their industry and honesty. Alfred
                Wright is t he son of Walter Wright, who recently was sent to the insane asylum. The murdered girl wil l be

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       buried near Mason's Cross, this afternoon.

       THE MOTHER'S TESTIMONY - At the inquest held by Coroner T. F. McRae Tuesday the following ev
       idence was taken: Maud Wright being duly sworn, says: On October 13, 1925, about one o'cloc k, I was in
       my house with my husband, Alfred Wright and my daughter, Annie Mae Housard. He a sked me to go to my
       mother's and get him a quart of buttermilk. I left the house. I heard t he gun fire, and my little girt came
       running, saying, "Papa has shot Annie Mae." I got in th e house as soon as I could; found Annie Mae lying
       on the floor. She died in less than a minu te. I did not see my husband. This trouble started on account of
       her marriage with Bennie H ousard. He was opposed to the marriage. He was drinking at the time of the
       killing. She sa id also that Annie Mae said she could not sleep in day time for her father worrying her. Ann ie
       Mae worked in the mill at night. (Signed) Maud Wright.

       Alfred was a barber as listed on his death certificate.

       More About ALFRED TIMMINS WRIGHT:
       Burial: Lexington Memorial Cemetery, Lexington, Lexington, SC
       Record Change: December 28, 2004

       Notes for MAUDE SINGLETON:
       1930 Marlboro,SC - McColl School District - Wright, Maude 38 b. SC; Jessie B. 16; Sadie A. 14 ; Nathan 6.
       All the children were born in North Carolina.

       Marlboro Herald-Advocate - June 23, 1975 - Mrs. Maude Wright, 83, died on Sunday at Dundee Nu rsing
       Home following several years of declining health. A former resident of 112 Mindon Stre et, McColl, she was
       the widow of the late Alfred Wright and the daughter of the late Zeebide e and Dollie Fowler of
       Timmonsville. She was a retired textile worker and was a member of th e Pentecostal Holiness Church in
       McColl. Survivors include two daughters: Mrs. Jessie Bell e Reece of McColl and Mrs. Sadie Lancaster of
       Spartanburg, SC; one son, Nathan Wright, Detroi t, Michigan; ten grandchildren and seven great
       grandchildren. Funeral services will be condu cted on Wednesday at 4:30 from the Pentecostal Holiness
       Church with interment following in Be aver Dam Cemetery.

       More About MAUDE SINGLETON:
       Burial: Beaver Dam Cemetery, McColl, Marlboro, SC
       Record Change: February 19, 2005

 ii.   MARVIN WRIGHT260, b. January 02, 1898, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. November 1974, Lexington, Lexington,
       SC; m. ROSA CHAVIS; b. 1901.

       Notes for MARVIN WRIGHT:
       1920 Marlboro County SC Census - Red Bluff - Wright, Marvin 22; Rosa 19; Beulah 5; John 1 3/1 2. Belton
       19 (boarder).

       1930 Guilford County NC Census - Morehead - Wright, Marvin 31; Rosa 29; Bula 15; James 11; Mo nroe 9;
       Louise 7.

       More About MARVIN WRIGHT:
       Record Change: October 30, 2004

       More About ROSA CHAVIS:
       Record Change: June 04, 2004

iii.   BELTON MONROE WRIGHT260, b. August 27, 1900, McColl, Marlboro, SC; d. October 10, 1958,
       Wilmington, New Hanover, NC; m. SADIE WILLOUGHBY261, December 23, 1922, Bennettsville, Marlboro,
       SC; b. January 27, 1904; d. August 1985.

       Notes for BELTON MONROE WRIGHT:
       1920 Marlboro County SC - Red Bluff Township - Belton 19 is living with his brother Marvin.

       1930 Robeson County NC Census - Saint Pauls - Family # 189 - Wright, Belton 27; Sadie 23; Dew ey 6;
       Gentry 3 2/12; Winfred G. 1 6/12; Macie 49 (mother) widow.

       More About BELTON MONROE WRIGHT:
       Record Change: October 30, 2004

       More About SADIE WILLOUGHBY:
       Record Change: December 28, 2004

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        iv.    CLARENCE WRIGHT261, b. February 24, 1904; d. August 19, 1989, Lincoln Park, Wayne, MI.

               More About CLARENCE WRIGHT:
               Record Change: April 19, 2004

         v.    LELA WRIGHT262, b. September 10, 1906, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. November 29, 1989, Cornelius,
               Mecklenburg, NC; m. (1) B. FRANK ELLIS; b. 1903; m. (2) ROY LEE COLLINS262,263; b. August 25, 1911; d.
               January 20, 1996, Mooresville, Iredell, NC.

               More About LELA WRIGHT:
               Record Change: October 30, 2004

               Notes for B. FRANK ELLIS:
               1930 Richmond County, Wolfpit Township - Ellis, Frank B. 27; Lela M. 21; William E 6; Wright , Willie A
               17, brother in law . Frank, Lela and Willie are working in a cotton mill.

               More About B. FRANK ELLIS:
               Record Change: October 30, 2004

               More About ROY LEE COLLINS:
               Burial: Glenwood Cemetery, Mooresville, Iredell, NC
               Record Change: October 30, 2004

        vi.    WALTER WRIGHT JR264, b. April 27, 1910, Gibson, Scotland, NC; d. November 26, 1966, Charlotte,
               Mecklenburg, NC; m. BRUCE HAYES.

               More About WALTER WRIGHT JR:
               Record Change: October 30, 2004

               More About BRUCE HAYES:
               Record Change: October 30, 2004

        vii.   WILLIE JOHN WRIGHT265, b. June 07, 1913; d. January 05, 1996, Huntersville, Mecklenburg, NC; m.
               BEULAH MARSH265; b. June 15, 1918; d. November 1997, Huntersville, Mecklenberg, NC.

               Notes for WILLIE JOHN WRIGHT:
               Willie was a holiness preacher and was responsible for the conversion of his brother, Walter , and his nephew,
               Dewey.

               As a young man, Willie "ran with James Gordon." They were chicken thieves, and once used a p istol to scare
               a farmer by the name of Cash, for which they went to prison. Willie was the m ean one: One time, Willie
               came upon a man he knew sitting on a bench in front of a store. T he man was whittling, and willie told him
               that was a nice knife he was using and asked to se e it. The man handed Willie the knife, and Willie "cut him
               up" with it. The man had been "p icking on" Dewey Wright, and Willie was taking up for him.

               More About WILLIE JOHN WRIGHT:
               Burial: Forest Law Cemetery, Charlotte, Mecklenburg, NC
               Record Change: October 30, 2004

               More About BEULAH MARSH:
               Record Change: April 19, 2004


57. MARY4 WRIGHT (NEIL G3, DUNCAN CAMERON2, GEORGE1) was born June 1894 in Mississippi. She married
LAURAN FORD. He was born 1892.

More About MARY WRIGHT:
Record Change: May 08, 2005

More About LAURAN FORD:
Record Change: May 08, 2005

Children of MARY WRIGHT and LAURAN FORD are:
          i.   MARY E.5 FORD, b. 1913.

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                More About MARY E. FORD:
                Record Change: May 08, 2005

          ii.   WILLIAM N. FORD, b. 1925.

                More About WILLIAM N. FORD:
                Record Change: May 08, 2005


58. PAUL G.4 WRIGHT (JAMES H3, JAMES CAMERON2, GEORGE1)266 was born August 08, 1906 in Marlboro
County, SC, and died April 07, 1949. He married MARTHA MCQUAGE. She was born December 07, 1908, and
died December 26, 1965.

More About PAUL G. WRIGHT:
Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: February 17, 2005

More About MARTHA MCQUAGE:
Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
Record Change: February 17, 2005

Child of PAUL WRIGHT and MARTHA MCQUAGE is:
           i.   PATRICIA ANNE5 WRIGHT, d. May 17, 1936.

                More About PATRICIA ANNE WRIGHT:
                Burial: McLucas Cemetery, Clio, Marlboro, SC
                Record Change: February 17, 2005



                                                      Endnotes

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2. Freda Roberson Nobles, Wright Family Tree.
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4. Myrtle N. Bridges, Estate Records 1772-1933 Richmond County North Carolina, Genealogy Publishing Service, Franklin,
NC, 2001.
5. Files of J. M. Wright, www.worldconnect.rootsweb.com.
6. Files of Ted & Freda Noble.
7. Files of J. M. Wright, www.worldconnect.rootsweb.com.
8. Myrtle N. Bridges, Estate Records 1772-1933 Richmond County North Carolina, Genealogy Publishing Service, Franklin,
NC, 2001, Page 576-579.
9. J. Kelly Pearson, Cemeteries of Scotland County, Bill Evans Company, 1979.
10. Myrtle N. Bridges, 2005, Final Words - 772 Original Wills Richmond County North Carolina Testators 1779-1915,
Walsworth Publishing Company, Inc., pp 511-512.
11. Manarian, Louis H. and Jordan, Weymouth T, North Carolina Troops 1861-1865: A Roster, North Carolina Department
of Archives and History, Volume XI.
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13. Files of Alan Mason Stubbs.
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Franklin, NC, 2001.
15. Gloria Calhoun Buckle, 2003, Extracts from The Marion Star, January 10,1883,
http://sciway3.net/proctor/marion/news/marion_star1883.html.
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Franklin, NC, 2001.
17. Myrtle N. Bridges, 2005, Final Words - 772 Original Wills Richmond County North Carolina Testators 1779-1915,
Walsworth Publishing Company, Inc., page 606.
18. Myrtle N. Bridges, Estate Records 1772-1933 Richmond County North Carolina, Genealogy Publishing Service,
Franklin, NC, 2001.
19. Files of Alan Mason Stubbs.
20. Myrtle N. Bridges, Estate Records 1772-1933 Richmond County North Carolina, Genealogy Publishing Service,
Franklin, NC, 2001.

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21. Files of J. M. Wright, www.worldconnect.rootsweb.com.
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Franklin, NC, 2001.
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Franklin, NC, 2001.
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Walsworth Publishing Company, Inc., page 604.
41. Scotland County Register of Deaths.
42. The Laurinburg Exchange - May 3, 1923.
43. Scotland County Will Book 1, Pages 389-390.
44. Manarian, Louis H. and Jordan, Weymouth T, North Carolina Troops 1861-1865: A Roster, North Carolina Department
of Archives and History, Volume IX.
45. Scotland County Will Book I, Pages 287-288.
46. The Laurinburg Exchange - July 19, 1923.
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49. 1850 & 1860 Slave Schedules, Richmond County, NC, www.ancestry.com.
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58. May Belle Manning Bethea, Ancestral Key to the Pee Dee, R. L. Bryan Company, Columbia, SC, 1978.
59. Scotland County Will Book I, Pages 2-5.
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62. The Laurinburrg Exchange - January 1, 1920.
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Franklin, NC, 2001.
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Walsworth Publishing Company, Inc., page 224.
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Franklin, NC, 2001.
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73. The Laurinburg Exchange - March 6, 1924.
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79. Anne Tindall, Scotland County North Carolina Early Marriage Record Book, Scotland County Genealogical Society,
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195. Hoke County North Carolina Death Certificate.

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215. Scotland County Register of Deaths.
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218. Files of Hassie Jones.
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248. The Laurinburg Exchange - June 18, 1931.
249. J. Kelly Pearson, Cemeteries of Scotland County, Bill Evans Company, 1979.
250. Files of Horace B. Peele.
251. The Laurnburg Exchange - January 3, 1946.
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258. Files of Chantal Parker.
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