Extracted from court record books and submitted to CCIC by Kevin Davis of Carteret County. (From series: Early Carteret Court Minutes 1723-1820) (Please note, some of these records use the term “mulatto” in referring to individuals that were most likely Indian. This was not unusual, as in eastern North Carolina in the period following the […]
(From Deeds of Bertie County 1772-1785, Abstracted by Stephen Bradley, Jr. – typed from copy for this website by Sara Whitford) (Entries below can be found on page 31 of aforementioned book.) 296-(314) Articles of agreement between WHITMELL TUFDICK, WILLIAM ROBERTS, WILLIAM CAIN, WILLIAM BLOUNT, TOM SMITH, JOHN SMITH, & LEWIS TUFDICK of Bertie Co., […]
IMPORTANT! Please note that individuals listed here are not necessarily Indian. They may be free blacks, mulattos, mestizos, or any other non-white citizens. This is just intended to be a potential starting point for your research. Free People of Color – by County – 1790 Federal Census A cross-reference using surnames, known names of Indian […]
by David S. Phelps, Coastal Archaeology Office, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC and Charles L. Heath, Cultural Resources Program*, Fort Bragg, NC.
by Charles L. Heath, Cultural Resources Program*, Fort Bragg, NC and David S. Phelps, Coastal Archaeology Office, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.