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1 Yopp Funeral Home ca 1946 Journal of the Old New Hanover Genealogt'cal Society Volume 17. Number 2 S~rine 2005

2 OLD NEW HANOVER GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY P.O. BOX 2536 WILMING'I ON, NC Officers: Charlotte Fetterman, President, Home: C.L. (Pete) Davis, Vice President, Home: Carolyn Corbett, Secretary, Home: carolvncorbett~charter.net Majorie Cuzzocrea, Asst Secretary, Home: Kay Berg, Treasurer, Home: James T. Edwards, Past President, Home: John Butler, Member-at Large, Home: Joseph Sheppad, Member-at-large, NH Library Peter Ambler, Webmaster at Ann Hewlett Hutteman, Editor of Clarendon Courier, Home: Beverly Tetterton, NC Room, NH Library (9 10) btetterton~c~ov.com ONHGS WEB SITE: Objectives: To collect, preserve, and disseminate knowledge and information with reference to genealogical and related historical, biographical and heraldic data; to encourage and promote interest in genealogical research, to adhere to principles of accuracy and thoroughness in research; to champion ethical standards and to discourage and oppose incompetent and disrespedbl practices of researchers; to foster careful publications; to encourage and provide scholarly training for all in interested in these endeavors. Membership: The membership of the Society is open to all individuals and organizations interested in genealogy upon payment of dues, renewable each January. Dues are: Individual and Institutional: $20.00, Family: $25.00; Life: $ For the IndividuaYlnstitutional and Family dues, there is a $5.00 discount if paid before January la. Mail dues to ONHGS Secretary at the above address. Members are encouraged to submit surnames of the families that they are researching to be in the Society's ancestor roster on the website Members also receive a 1 OO? discount on all publications and free queries in the Clarendon Courier. Ciarendon Courier: Members receive this journal quarterly in the winter, spring, summer, and fall. The deadline for submission of material for publication is December 10, March 10, June 10 and September 10. Back issues can be purchased either separately or combined year issues. Meetings: The society meetings will be held four times a year, dates to be determined. The meetings are held at the New Hanover County Public Library, 201 Chestnut Street, Wilmington, NC, unless notified differently. Book Department: The Society has for sale over 95 genealogical abstracts covering southeastern North Carolina. Your membership allows you a 10% discount on all books. Complete book list available on request or on the website,

3 THE CLARENDON COURIER JOURNAL OF THE OLD NEW HANOVER GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY TABLE OF CONTENTS Society News 25,44 Yopp Funeral Home Register 26 New Hanover County Court Minutes 27 February Term, 1817 New Hanover County Marriage Licenses, Standards for Sound Genealogical Research 33 St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Wilmington, NC 34 Records of marriages, births, deaths Brunswick County Marriage Register, New Hanover County Index, Cover photograph: Yopp Funeral Home, located at 1207 Market Street from s, courtesy, North Carolina Room, New Hanover County Public Library. SOCIETY NEWS The editors wish to thank Jim Edwards, Helen Sammons and J. Kenneth Davis for their contributions to this Courier. Our Society has been extremely fortunate these past four years in having Jim Edwards as our president. He has worked tirelessly to promote our organization and we thank him for his devotion. We welcome our new president, Ms. Charlotte Fetterman, who will be taking office on July l"! (See the complete list of officers on page 44). Don't forget to check our website! Our Webmaster, Peter Ambler, has some wonde&l information posted! Among the newer listings is the index for the Yopp Funeral Home Registry, which is discussed in detail on page 26. The editors are always interested in finding new unpublished genealogical material about our area. The Courier can be the conduit for your sharing valuable information about area families with other Society members. Please let us know if you have any suggestions about new series for this journal.

4 CLARENDON COURIER S~rinp THE YOPP FUNERAL HOME REGISTER In November 2004, Gene Todd gave the North Carolina Room of the New Hanover Public Library the records of the Yopp Funeral Home, which operated in Wilmington from 1892 until 1966, under the direction of father and son, Walter Edward Yopp, Sr. and Jr. The firm was first located at 206 Princess Street. They were for a time at 21 1 Princess Street before moving in 1937 to a new building at 1207 Market Street. After the younger Yopp's death in 1968, the business was sold to Pender Burke and continued operating for a time as Burke-Yopp Funeral Home until it closed in the early 1970s. The early Yopp ledgers from 1892 through are primarily financial records. They usually show the name of the person responsible for the payment of services, the date of the services and often the cemetery. In some instances, there is more information. These records are not indexed. The ledgers from contain more complete records, with the decadent being named and date of services rendered. There are approximately 1500 names from the records of this period which have been indexed, annotated and arranged alphabetically by J. Kenneth Davis, using the original record books and other sources. Generally, this contains the name, birth and death dates, next of kin and the burial place. This index is available in the North Carolina Room of the New Hanover Public Library. The records from are filed in chronological order. This register file contains some 4000 "shucks" numbered from 1 to 4019, and are in date order when the fbneral service occurred. (There are some shucks that are dated after 1966, the last being in 1973.) The bulk of the shucks are from 2 February 1938 until December 3 1, Please note that the records of 5 March 1943 through 4 March 1945 are missing from the collection. These cards are seldom filled out in their entirety, but do generally have the place and date of death, names of the parents of the deceased, survivors, pallbearers and the church and fbneral information. In addition, there maybe other information including correspondence with the family of the deceased, obituary, medical records, etc.- even the details of the clothing purchased for the deceased. This collection of shucks has been cleaned and organized by J. Kenneth Davis. An alphabetical index has been prepared by Ann Hewlett Hutteman, which can be used in the North Carolina Room. The Courier editor recently found a person "missing" from her family tree for years by looking up the shuck on his fbneral. The long, lost relative died in Tacoma, Maryland and did not have a death certificate in New Hanover County, nor a stone in the Winter Park Cemetery. She even found that her father was a pallbearer at the services. All Lower Cape Fear Researchers should be indebted to Gene Todd, J. Kenneth Davis, Peter Ambler and Ann Hewlett Hutteman for making this collection available for research.

5 C CLARENDON COURIER Spring NEW HANOVER COUNTY COURT MINUTES Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions February Term, 1817 [This series of New Hanover County Court Minutes submitted by Helen Sarnmons is continued from the Fall, 2004, Courier. These records may be viewed on microfilm in the North Carolina Room of the New Hanover County Public Library.] Thursdav morning 13" February Court met according to adjournment Present the Worshipfbl: John Hogg, Samuel Ashe, John McColl John Wingate and William C. Lord fine $2 State vs William Woodcock - Assault & Battery. Jury empanelled, viz: Ezekiel Register, John Bordeaux, Richard M. Bordeaux, G. W. Murray, Bat Batson, William Harriss, John Pridgen, Daniel McKay, Owen Fillyaw, Jere Nichols, Seth Hoard, Ezekiel Lane and find the deft guilty in manner and form as charged in indictment. Deft fined $4. Fine and costs paid. State vs James Green - Assault & Battery (not guilty) Same jury and find the deft guilty in manner and form as charged in the indictment. Fine $4 - fine and costs paid, to wit: $7.37 State vs Elizabeth Green - Assault & battery (not guilty) same jury and find the deft guilty in manner and form as charged in the indictment. Fined $2 - costs paid, to wit: $7.37 b State vs James Robeson - Assault & Battery, etc. (not guilty) - same jury except Ezekiel Lane in whose room is James Marshal and find the deft guilty of an assault with intent to ravish Ann Costin as charged in manner and form with first count of the indictment. Judgment of the court that 39 lashes be inflicted on the prisoner immediately on the adjournment of the court and to be recommitted to gaol, there to remain for three calendar months and until all costs are paid State vs Jesse Martin - Assault & Battery - Not guilty State Bank vs Adrnr of J. E. Spicer - general issue - same jury and find that deft's intestate did assume and assess damages at $100 with interest from 15" October 1816 and costs State vs Charles R. Moore - case general issue - same jury and find that deft did assume and assess damages at $900 with interest from 10" October 1816 and costs Same vs Seth Hoard - case general issue - same jury except for Seth Hoard in whose place is James Mason and find that deft did assume and assess damages at $ with interest from 20" August 1816 and costs Same vs Talcott Burr - general issue - same jury and find that deft did assume and assess damages at $ with interest from 20" August 1815 and costs Same vs Robert Rankin - case general issue- same jury and find that deft did assume and assess damages at $80 with interest from 20" October 1816 and costs Same vs Same - case general issue - same jury and find that deft did assume and assess damages at $55 with interest from 23'* Oct 1816 and costs Same vs Same - Case general issue - same jury and find that deft did assume and assess damages at $162 with interest from 14" October 1816 and costs Same vs Same - Case general issue - same jury and find that deft did assume and assess * damages at $395 with interest from 4" October 1816 and costs

6 CLARENDON COURIER Spring John M. Dobbin qualified as admr of John C. B Edward St. George and William Larkins exhibited their commissions as Justice of the Peace and were duly qualified and took their seats The will of James Henry was exhibited to court and proved by Robert Henry and William Henry, two of the subscribing witnesses thereto The will of James Howard was exhibited to court and proved by Bat Batson subscribing witness thereto The will of John Darden was exhibited to court and proved by N. Parker, one of the subscribing witnesses thereto; all ordered to be recorded Court adiourned to 3 o'clock in the afternoon Thursdav afternoon 3 o'clock Court met according to adjournment Present the Worshipful: John Hogg, Joel Parish, Major Samuel Ashe, Edward St George State Bank vs Robert Rankin - case general issue- Jury empanelled, viz: Ezekiel Register, John Bordeaux, R. M. Bordeaux, G. W. Murray, Bat Batson, William Harriss, John Pridgen, Daniel McKay, Owen Fillyaw, Jere Nichols, Seth Hoard, James Marshal and find that the deft did assume and assess damages at $145 with interest from 14" October and costs Same vs Same - case general issue - same jury and find that deft did assume and assess damages at $133 with interest from 23rd September 1816 and costs Same vs Admr of John E. Spicer - case general issue - same jury and find that deft's intestate did assume and assess damages at $900 with interest from 14 December 1816 and costs Same vs James W. Walker - case, payment - same jury and find that deft did assume, that there is no payment and assess damages at $486 with interest from 13" July 1816 and costs Same vs Joshua H. Toomer - case general issue - same jury and find that deft did assume and assess damages at $486 with interest from 13" July 1816 and costs Richard Lloyd vs William Kirkpatrick - case fully administered - same jury and assess damages at $ and costs and further find that deft has filly administered. Robert Murphy vs same - case fully administered - same jury and assess damages at $ and costs and find that deft has fully administered John Hogg, Chairman of the Court vs Hinton James and James Foy - payment, set off - same jury and find that defts do owe the sum of $3200 to be discharged on the payment of $ with interest from this date and further find that said bond has not been paid or discharged Friday morning 10 o'clock Court met according to adjournment Present the Worshipful: John Hogg William Hall Joseph Lamb Joel Parish James S. Green John McColl Hanson Kelly Samuel Ashe Edward St George Robert Henry

7 CLARENDON COURIER Spring Richard M. Bordeaux qualified as constable The court proceeded to the election of Register when William Smith was declared duly elected, who offered Joseph McGowan, William Hall, Jr., and Samuel Bunting, Jr. securities who were accepted and thereon he qualified. John Nelson resigned his office as constable James Price qualified as Inspector of lumber, staves, and shingles James S. Green and John A. Lillington vs E. D. Morrison - petition - It is ordered and decreed in this case on the hearing of the petition that E. D. Morrison be removed from the guardianship of Samuel McRee and that the petitioners be discharged and remain exempt from all liability as the securities of the said E. D. Morrison for the guardianship of the said Samuel for all acts or omissions of the said E. D. Morrison done or committed after this day Court adjourned to Saturdav morning 10 o'clock Saturdav morning 10 o'clock AM Court met according to adjournment Present the Worshiphl: James S. Green, John McColl, John Garvie, Hanson Kelly John Ramsey appeared and exhibited his commission as Notary Public and qualified as to law Hanson Kelly & Co. Vs Aaron Lazarus - Scifa vs bail - plea in abatement filed that action has been miscarried. It should have been debt and not Scifia. The orders and decreees that the b plea in abatement be sustained and the be overruled - appeal prayed and granted on giving J. M. Henderson and J. H. Ward as securities Orders rendered at February Term: Ordered that administration on the estate of John C. Beach be granted to John M. Dobbin giving bond in $3000 with Robert W. Brown and Robert Murphy as securities Present: John McColl, William Hall, J. Henry, J. Hogg, Joel Parish, S. Buxton Ordered that Samuel Batts be appointed guardian of John Batts giving bond in $1000 with Samuel Lane, Bat Batson and Charles Nixon as securities Present J. Hogg, John McColl and John Henry Ordered, the aforesaid Justices being present, that Joel Parish be appointed guardian of Mary Larkins giving bond in $4000 with Gabriel Holmes, Jr. and Richard Bordeaux as securities Ordered that the person who shall be appointed Register shall process two boxes or cases for the safekeeping of the records of the county and that the boxes or cases be processed under the direction of the Sheriff of the county, the Clerk of the court, or whatever they think necessary for the purpose be allowed and their order for the payment of the same shall be sufficient voucher for the county trustee Ordered that Solomon, a slave, belonging to John D. Toomer, Esq. have permission to carry a gun on his master's plantation on John D. Toomer giving bond with William M. Meares as security b Ordered that the county Trustee be instructed to repair the windows of the Court House with netting or otherwise as he may deem expedient and that he defray the expenses accordingly out of the county hnds

8 CLARENDON COURIER S~ring Ordered and decreed that James F. McRee have permission to emancipate a mulatto slave called Tom Burke on J. F. McRee and Nathaniel Hill entering bond agreeable to law Ordered that administration on the estate of John J. Evans be granted to David Evans giving bond in 500 Ibs. with Stokely Sidbury, Enoch Simmons, and Major Samuel Ashe as securities Ordered that notice issue and be served on Esther Hays, a mulatto woman on Riley's Creek that she appear at the next term of this court with her children, Molly, John; Claussen, and Peggy in order to their being bound out by the court as the law on such cases prescribes Ordered that Joseph Lamb, William Smith, and Richard Saunders be appointed to audit and settle the accounts of Timothy Pigford as guardian of the heirs of Joseph Eakins Ordered that Stokely Sidbury be appointed guardian of John Batts, giving bond in $1000 with James Nixon and Charles Nixon as securities - Present J. Hogg, Joel Parish and John Henry Ordered that George C. Clitherall be appointed guardian of Eliza Ingles Clitherall and Harriet Smith Clitherall, giving bond in each case for $400 with John R. London and William C. Lord as securities. Present J. Hogg, Joseph Lamb, John McColl, Major Samuel Ashe Ordered that John G. Morris be appointed constable for lower Black River giving bond with David Jones and William Moore as securities William Love, Inspector, came into court and prays to renew his bond for the performance of the duties of his office with Richard Lloyd and William McKay as his securities who are approved by the court Ordered that an allowance be made to Charles B. Morris, jailor, of this county for the jail fees for keeping Allen Ramsey as per bill shown to and approved by the court amounting to twenty five dollars and eighty cents, giving credit for any part thereof that he may receive or on account of the said Allen Ramsey Ordered that S Gregory about twelve years of age be bound to Mrs. Susan Wright to learn the art and mystery of housekeeping and sewing, etc., giving bond with Charles Wright as security Ordered that the commissioners for building a jail of and for this court be and and they are hereby authorized and directed to pay W. Hall, the contractor, what balance may be due him out of and from such monies arising out of the last monies levied and collected for this purpose and if the sum is insufficient to pay such balance that they be and hereby authorized to call on and receive from the county Trustee of this county such sums as may be necessary to pay and satisfl the balance remaining due Ordered that Griffith J. McRee be appointed guardian of Samuel McRee giving James M. Henderson and James F. McRee as securities in the sum of $2000. Present John Hogg, Edward St George, John Garnier, Joel Parish and Robert Henry It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the estate of the late John E. Spicer, deceased, is so far indebted that the debts cannot be discharged by the monies on hand at the death of the intestate and his admr having applied for an order to sell the personal estate of said intestate including twenty negroes. It is hereby ordered that he be authorized to sell the same or so much thereof as may be sufficient to pay said debts agreeably to the Acts of the General Assembly in such cases made and provided. tb b

9 CLARENDON COURIER Spring s proved at Februarv 1817 court for registration A deed from Daniel Alderman to Abraham Newkirk proved by Alex Wilson subscribing witness thereto A deed from Charles S. Adams to Robert Cochran and Charles J. Wright proved by S. J. Larkins, subscribing witness A deed from Horace Bean, Mary Bean, Samuel S. Wheeler, Nathaniel Wheeler, Hannah Phillips, Rebecca Howe, Nancy Bass, William Bass, William W. Bass, Nathaniel Smith, Elizabeth Smith and Catherine A proved by Edward Winslow, one of the subscribing witnesses; also proved by the Honorable Isaac Parker, Chief of Justice of the Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts and by the certificate of his Excellency John Brooks, the governor of the commonwealth of Massachusetts under the seal of said commonwealth A deed from John F. Burgwyn to Jacob Levy proved by James Dickson, subscribing witness thereto A deed from John F. Burgwyn to Aaron Lazarus proved by James Dickson, subscribing witness thereto A deed from Samuel Bludworth to Alexr Kelso proved by Alexr Anderson subscribing witness thereto A deed from Abraham Beasley to Nathaniel McGufford proved by William Jones Larkins, Subscribing witness thereto A deed from Samuel Bunting to Rachel Bunting proved by Samuel Bunting, Jr. subscribing witness thereto A deed from Thomas Cowan to John E. Spicer proved by John Cowan subscribing witness thereto A deed from Lucy Cutler to Nathaniel Gufford proved by Joel Parish, subscribing witness thereto A deed from Marsden Campbell to John H. Ward proved by John McColl subscribing witness thereof All ordered to be registered A deed from Marsden Campbell to John F Burgwyn proved by John R. London subscribing witness thereto A deed from Margaret Evans to John Bunting proved by S. Bunting, Jr., one of the subscribing witnesses A deed from Edward Fitzgerald to Jacob Levy proved by Joel E. Hobbs, subscribing witness thereto A deed from Gilbert Geer and J. E. Hobbs to Robert Murphy proved by B. Russell, subscribing witness thereto A deed from Gilbert Geer to John Walker acknowledged A deed from George Hooper to James Simpson proved by William B. Meares, subscribing witness thereto A deed from John Herring and James Devane to James Blanks proved by Isaac Newton, Jr., subscribing witness thereto (To be continued)

10 CLARENDON COURIER Spring MARRIAGE LICENSES New Hanover County Taken from the Wilmington Daily Journal 1 February : The following are the marriage licenses granted in this county during the month of January, viz: Whites Maurice Bowden & Ann Elizabeth Grey Daniel Ritter & Sarah Caroline McKay John J. Malpass & Ann C. Mott Richard P. Allen & Kate Moore Oliver H. Dockery & Fannie S. Covington George W. Corbett & Leonora Rowe Boney S. Harrell & Sarah A. Rivenbark John A. Jordan & Eveline Roxley John S. Turrentine & Martha B. Gardner Thomas J. Rivenbark & Margaret E. Futch Felix M. Meeks & Rhoda King Stephen Kelley & Mary Elizabeth Larkins Peyton L. Lee & Ann Elizabeth Hand James H. Blackman & Caroline C. Rowells James Archibald McCallum & Joanna Lemmerman William J. Woodward & Mary J. Worth Daniel R. Bell & Lucy McCarson Malcom D. Pate & Carrie Rowell Joseph C. Walker & Sarah Ann Edwards William R. Garris & Margaret Ellen Wheeler William J. Croom & Hester J. Rowe John A. Jones & Mary C. Williams Alfred Merrick & Adaline Rackley Blacks John Williams & Clara Lloyd Eli Nixon & Rebecca Everett Edward Whitehead & Jane Carroll William Patterson & Isabella Williams James Quince & Adeline Sampson Henry McDonald & Julia Ann Thomas Jasper Cromartie & Dinah Bannerman Anthony Hooper & Sophia Fullard London Bizzell& Grace McClennon Wilson Roberts & Becky Ann Mereddey Richard Brown & Franconia Merrick Isaac Loftin & Elesia Shepherd George T. Littleton & Susan A. Martin John Moore & Easter Robinson Sidney Brown & Harriet Hardy Henry Willis & Christian Ennett David Stalling & Athalia Nixon Calvin Hagins & Sarah Monroe Frank Ennis & Eliza Alderman Martin Thompson & Isabella Wright

11 CLARENDONCOURIER S~rin~ RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE NATIONAL GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY Standards for Sound Genealogical Research Copywrite, 1997 by the National Genealogical Society. Permission granted to copy or publish this material provided it is reproduced in its entirety, lncluding this notice. Remembering always that they are engaged in a quest for truth, family history researchers consistently: - record the source for each item of information they collect. - test every hypothesis or theory against credible evidence, and reject those that are not supported by the evidence. - seek original records, or reproduced images of them when there is reasonable assurance they have not been altered, as the basis for their research conclusions. - use compilations, communications and published works, whether paper or electronic, primarily for their value as guides to locating the original records. - state something as a fact only when it is supported by convincing evidence, and identify the evidence when communicating with others. - limit with words like "probable" or "possible" any statement that is based on less than convincing evidence, and state the reasons for concluding that it is probable or possible. - avoid misleading other researchers by either intentionally or carelessly distributing or publishing inaccurate information. - state carefilly and honestly the results of their own research, and acknowledge all use of other researchers' work. - recognize the collegial nature of genealogical research by making their work available to others through publication, or by placing copies in appropriate libraries or repositories, and by welcoming critical comment. - consider with open minds new evidence or the comments of others on their work and the conclusions they have reached.

12 CLARENDON COURIER Spring Second in a series from Book 2 Church of Saint Paul Episcopal Parish of Wilmington, North Carolina Transcribed by James Edwards Dr. Burnhardt Mr. George Hardwicke Mrs. Hardwicke Rueben Pickett Miss Mary Hardwicke Mr. Willie Hardwicke Mrs. Katie Shield Miss Bertha Hardwicke Mrs. Register Mr. Leach Mrs. Harriet Leach Mr. Leach Mrs. Leach Miss Annie Newbv Mrs. Eaton r. Houkins x Dora Eaton Mr. William Smith John H. Plummer Mrs. William Smith Abbie Smith Mrs. Adkins Joseuhine Smith Roberta Srnith(baby1 Thomas A. Smith William Macon Smith Mrs. Newkirk Miss Annie Newkirk Miss Souhia Newkirk Mr. Kingsbury Mrs. Kingsbury 6 children - Mary Kin~sbury Mag. Kingsbury - Roger A. Kingsbury Maud Kingsbury - Alice Kin~sburv Walter Kingsbury Mr. & Mrs. Draper 2 children - Effie Dra~er Nellie Draper Lieut. Munper Mrs. Sarah H. Munger Birdie Munper Col. McGowan Mrs. McGowan Child Mrs. Scott Dr. Scott

13 3 CLARENDON COURIER Swing Families cont'd List of Families Revised to March 1"' 1893 March 1" Morrelle, Rev. Daniel 420 Orange St. Morrelle, Mrs. Elizabeth T. /Removed to New York Citv July 10,1896) Gause, Miss Anna C. 313 South 2nd St. Gause, Lula F. Gause, Kate S. Gause, Norwood Vail Young, Mrs. M. Alice (Gause) Hardwicke, Mrs. Johnnie M (Gause) Hardwicke. Carrie Sale Whitaker, Mrs. Susan F. Whitaker, Miss Harriette M. Whitaker, Mary Schenke Howey, Miss Mary D. Howey. William M x Howev, George P. Davis, Geor~e Davis Miss Marv Fairfax Davis, Miss Minimia Cary Rountree, George Rountree, Miss Meta (Davis) Rountree, Isabel Davis Rountree, Cynthia Polk Sth & Dock Sts. 222 South 4th St. 411 North 2nd St. St. James St. James Bernard. Wm. H. 111 South St. Bernard, Miss Margaret A. Bernard, William Steadman Giles, Mrs. Ellen B. 123 South 4th St. Cutlar, DuButz 412 North 2nd St. X Cutlar, DuButz, Jr. 308 Nunn St. Cutlar, Miss Lula Cutlar, Louis J. Poisson 17 Cutlar, Roger Frederick (Ne~hew) 17 Cutlar, Miss Lillie Belden, Louis S. 116 South 4th St.

14 CLARENDON COURIER S~rin~ Belsen, Mrs. Isabel Belden, Arthur W. 17 Belden, Isabel 8 Belden, Louis Dekevser x= crossed out Families cont'd March 1,1893 Cont'd. Garrell, Mrs. Nancy Garrell, Robert A. 15 Klein, Daniel Frederick Klein, Mrs. Matilda A. (Garrell) Klein, John F. Klein, Esther Klein, Luls (b. Ju ) Klein, Lillie (b. Jan.1,1895) Hoskins, Miss Caroline 509 South 2"d. St. Baker, Mrs. Sarah J. 601 N. 4th St. x [Removed to Rockv Point, NC Mch.20th18931 JReturned Nov.1893) Manning, Edward Wilson, Jr. Dock Between 6th & 7th. Manning, Mrs Julia (Smith) Smith, Mrs. Julia (From No. 27, DaPe 31) Newby, Miss Anna M. Smith, John Sts.(Basememt) Smith, Mrs. Marv McRae, Walter G. Vincent, N. B. Vincent, Mrs. Lydia S. Vincent, Robert B. Wood 517 Princess St. Corner Walnut & Front 210 South Sth St. 116 North 2"d St. Cantwell, Robert C. Market & Ann Sts. Cantewell, Mrs. Marv A. Cantwell, Marv Lucas 225 South Front St. Cantwell, Robert Cantwell, Kate Theodosia Cantwell, Richard Willard (b. Ju1.31,1895)

15 Elliott, William P. Elliott, Mrs. Marv Elliott, Miss Sarah Elliott, James T. 119 Ann St. Jcorner Znd3 Families Cont'd March 1" cont'd. 414 South sth St x ledrick, John J. ledrick, Mrs. Elizabeth Front between Orange & Ann Sts. ledrick, Isaac G x (in Florida) ledrick, James D. x (see later) ledrick, John J., Jr. [edrick. Mrs. Marv G. [edrick, John Jackson [edrick, Cynthia E. ledrick, Frances Kirk Patrick (b. June 8th 93) ledrick, Mav (b. ~ec.17~. 1896) Klein, Mrs. Gardenia Stock, Mrs. M. E. 902 Market St. 115 So. Front Atkins. Miss Geor~ia B. Chestnut between Fron & Snd Moore, Miss Annie Hall, Virginia 413 North Sth St. Transferred to St. James Church April 19, 1897 Pickett, Reuben H 908 Market St. Pickett, Mrs. Marv A.(Hodges) Crapon. George M. South Sfh St. x Crapon, Mrs. Maw E. Crapon, Miss Augusta Crapon, Clarence Removed to Newbern Oct. 16,1893 Garrell, John F., Jr. Garrell, Kate (Cra~on) Garrell, George Crapon (b. Julv ) (To be continued)

16 CLARENDONCOURIER S~rin~ BRUNSWICK COUNTY MARRIAGE REGISTER [This a continuing series of Brunswick County Mamage Licenses, which were abstracted some time ago by Delmas D. Haskett. Please note that some of the entries are repeated.] License Issued 18 Mar 1861 John W. Danford to Hamet Jane Greer 30 Oct 1854 Enoch Daniel to Maria Morse 27 Jan 1807 John Hankins to Hannah Grange 12 Jul 1825 Peter Daniel to Susannah Davis 6 Jan 1819 Calvin Davis to Hepsy Bernard 29 Apr 1806 Dunbar Davis to Susannah Sessions 22 Dec 1866 George W. Davis to Caroline Smith 10 Oct 1866 Gibb Davis to Lucilla Green 8 Jan 1821 John Davis to Mary Bell 29 Jan 1852 John Davis to Mary McRoy 8 Sept 1866 John D. Davis to Ann E. Sellers John S. Davis to Mary E. Taylor 11 Oct 1855 Jordan D. Davis to Mary Robinson 15 Oct 1866 Joseph Davis to Grace Bunting 12 Dec 1866 Peter Davis to Mary Ann Hankins 10 May 1828 Thomas B. Smith to Jamy Iredell 28 Jul 1806 Michael Delaney to Frances Williams 20 Feb 1826 Moses I. DeRosset to Sarah Waddell 23 Aug 1862 William (Devane?) To Mrs. Mary Jane Millinor 25 Mar 1856 Asa Dosher to Sarah Lehew 4 June 1856 E. J. Dosher to Margaret Price 25 Oct 1819 John V. Dosher to Elizabeth Bell 26 Nov 1860 Julius Dosher to Mary A. Pinner 23 July 1857 Lafayette Dosher to Ann Spencer 7 July 1860 Wm. R. Dosher to Caroline Weeks 11 Oct 1864 Wm. R. Dosher to Martha Ann Morse 14 Jan 1860 Henry M. Drane to Virginia Lloyd 20 Nov 1866 Charles Drayton to Georgia Osgood 10 Sept 1866 Benjamin Drew to Martha Caroline Swain 25 Apr 1808 James Drew to Lena Pound 11 Apr 1861 Thomas G. Drew to Rebecca J. Marsh Mar 1822 William Drew to Ann Stafford 20 Jan 1862 William W. Drew to Louisa H. Goodman 5 Nov 1814 B. Durant to Martha Smith 9 June 1856 James Easters to Maria Pigott 3 Dec 1864 C. R. Eaves to Mary J. Flanning?

17 S CLARENDONCOURIER Spring Jan June Feb July Oct Oct Nov Oct Sept may Dec Jan Aug Dec Feb Aug Feb Aug Aug 1866 J4 4 Oct Oct May Sept Oct Apr Aug Oct Nov May June July Dec July 1812 (1832?) 2 May Jan Dec 1855? 7 Jan Jan May June Nov b Wm. H. F. Edwards to Sarah J. McKeithan James Elliott to Emma Evans Joseph Ellis to Mary Potter William T. Ellsworth to Mary Patterson Archibald Evans to Martha Clemmons Asa Evans to Sarah Reynolds John Evans to Patricia Hines John W. Evans to Anna Harris Moses Evans to Ephama Bennett Samuel Evans to Caroline Little William Faircloth to Mary Jane Moore Jonathan Faulk to Mary Collins Robert Fenley to Julia Walton Elijah Fisher to Esther H John Fisher to Rebecca Anderson F William Flowers to Jo Molenna Ganey Joseph Flowers to Nancy Andrews J. William Flowers to Isabel Malissa Ganey Jerry Floyd to Laura Brinkley Wesley Fintaine to Mag. Bryan Calvin Formeduval to Laura McKoy Henderson Formyduval to Polly Meares W. J. Fowler to Emeline May Samuel Foy to Sarah Hewett Abraham Franklin to Mary E. Keel Hector Franks to Joanna Smith Blount Freeman to Margaret J. Wright Gaddie Freeman to Caroline Adams Joseph Freeman to Mary F. Lord Jabish Frink to Susan Gore Leonard Frink to Martha Stanaland Samuel Frink to Elizabeth Bellamy Isaiah Fulford to Ansy Hewett Frederick Wm. Furpless to Mary Springs William F. Furpless to Susan E. Legg Hosea Futrel to Zelia Harvell Lorenzo Galloway to Christian Sellers L. A. Galloway to Henrietta Smith Hosea Futrell to Lilian Harvell Cornelius Galloway to Mary Ann (Lamb?) Franklin Galloway to Sarah E. Dew Ruhs Galloway to Mary E. Rourk (To be continued)

18 CLARENDON COURIER Spring NEW HANOVER COUNTY DEED INDEX [The New Hanover County Index is on microfilm in the North Carolina Room of the local library. This series, abstracted by Ann Hewlett Hutteman, covers the years 1725 until If you desire a copy of a particular deed, you may request a copy, which is also on microfilm fiom the local history room. Be sure you cite the grantor, grantee(s) and book and page numbers.] Grantor Blake, Henry Blake, John Blake, John F. Blake, Joseph Blake, Joseph Blake, Joseph Blake, Joseph Blake, Joseph Blake, Joseph Blake, Joseph Blake, JosepMary Blake, JosepMary Blake, JosepMary Blake, Malinda Blake, Malinda Blake, Miles, Exr Blake, Miles, Exr Blake, Miles Blake, Miles Blake, Miles Blake, Miles Blake, Sarah H. Blake, Sarah H. by Atty Blake, Sarah H. by Atty Blake, Sarah H. by Atty Blake, Walter Blake, Walter Blake, Walter Blake, William Blake, William Blake, William Blake, Archibald B. Blake, Mary, by Tr Blake, Edward, Isham Miles, Thomas C. Blake, Eliza C./Thomas C. Grantee Stratton Burton Peter Batson Thomas W. Howard James Long John Martindale William Moreat, Atty William Moreat Daniel Highsmith Ann Robeson William Jones Samuel Swam John Corbyn Job Howes James M. Middleton William R. Blake, TR James Usher Armand J. DeRossett Thomas Cowan Benjamin L. Haskins Mary A. Murphy John H. Murphey James Grant James Grant William G. Jones Nathan Green Jacob Powel Richard Eagles Samuel Ashe John Evans William I. Larkins John James Lewis Whitfield William Mosely, Tr Morris Parker Robert Nixon by Adm Type of Instrument MTG Lease Gift D D in Tr QDC QDC QDC QDC QDC QDC D in Tr QCD Boo WPage DD 110 HH 148 MM 390 C 105 C 222 E 43 E 44 E 169 E 232 E 351 D 91 D 218 D 231 I1 603 QQ 693 S 336 S 728 T 222 X 388 Y 95 Z 476 EE 481 EE 482 FF 304 HH 742 E 414 F 34 F 69 L V 51 u 79 M 462 T 355 V 87 Date b uc,

19 CLARENDON COURIER S~ring , Grantor Blake, Wal Blakely, John Blakely, John Blakely, John/ by Shf. Estate of John Johnson Blakely, John/ by Shf Estate of John Johnson Blakely, John1 by Shf Estate of John Johnson Blanchan, Michael Blanchan, MichaeURuth Blanchard, Caroline P. Francis M.C Blanchard, Caroline P. Francis M. C. Blanchard, Caroline P. Francis M. C. Blanchard, Caroline P. db Francis M. C. Bland, Enoch Bland, Enoch Bland, James Bland, James Bland, James Bland, James Bland, James Bland, James Bland, James T. Bland, James T. Bland, Joseph Bland, Joseph M. Bland, AmariaNDaniel James P./Isaac N. Bland, AmariaWJarnes T. Isaac N. Band, JamesMary Bland, Timothy Blaney, BenjamidMargaret Blaney, B enj amidmargaret Blaney, Charles L. 5. Blaney, John J. Blaney, John J. Grantee William Jones John Martin John Mett Joshua G. Wright John Walker John Swain Ruth Blanchan James Bloodworth James Grant James Grant William G. Jones Nathan Green James T. Bland J. C. Devane William Reim Thomas Parker Bryant Buxton James Lyon Reuben Rogers Enoch Newton Elizabeth Moore William B. M. Eakins William Bland, et a1 Armond J. DeRossett Timothy Bland Timothy Bland John Fellow David Wells William Giles Gilbert Geer Thomas W. Brown William Hill, Admr William Blaney Type of Instrument Shf deed Shf deed Shf deed Gift deed QCD QCD QCD QCD Gift deed MTG Asgmt BooWPage E 351 K 330 K 332 M 394 M 431 M 482 H 64 K 115 EE 481 EE 482 FF 304 HH 742 X 28 DD 123 E 380 F 28 F 326 I 176 M 317 Q 283 PP 487 QQ 657 H 716 N 92 CC 111 CC 113 K 127 FF 72 M 417 P 556 DD 555 FF 455 GG 373 Date

20 CLARENDON COURIER Swing Grantor Blaney, John J. Blaney, John J. Blaney, John J. Blaney, John J. Blaney, John J. Bleney, William, Admr, Admr, Admr, by Shf, Admr Blaney, Benjamin Blaney, BenjaminMary Blaney, Charles L./John J. William Blaney, C. L./William Blainey, Mary A./William Blainey, W. E. Blanks, James Grantee William Blaney Elizabeth Williams Thaddeus C. Dickinson Charles Blaney Augustus T. Frost George Ferguson George Ferguson Edward Kidder John J. Blaney Thomas W. Brown John Gafford William A. Grayer James Cassiday Thomas W. Brown John Gafford Joseph B. Russell John J. Blaney Bradford Sherman Samuel R. Potter Joshua G. Wright William Hill, Admr Gilbert Potter Margaret R. Blaney Joshua G. Wright Peter Smith J. H. Murphy Margaret R. Blaney John C. Tiedjen Richard A. Price Joshua G. Wright Thomas W. Brown Charles L. Blaney John J. Blaney James A. Bradley John Barclay, Atty Mary Green Thomas W. Brown James W. Walton John C. Tiedgen Peter Harris William Blanks Type of Instrument Asgmt QCD MTG MTG Gift MTG QCD Shf QCD P of A Gift BooWPage GG 546 HH 143 LL 345 MM 110 QQ z 434 BB 339 EE 130 GG 299 GG 307 GG 382 GG 413 GG 555 GG 587 HH 63 HH 116 HH 155 HH 191 HH 192 HH 245 HH 622 I1 275 I1 317 I KK 98 KK 268 KK 418 KK 437 KK 443 LL 111 LL 346 QQ 587 M 109 M 304 BB 355 FF 532 KK 258 W L! Date b & 1812

21 5 CLARENDON COURIER Spring Grantor Grantee Blanks, James Thomas Cowan Blanks, James Thomas Cowan Blanks, James Thomas Cowan Blanks, James H. Miles Cowan Blanks, John, by Shf Henry B. Howard Blanks, John James Blanks Blanks, John, by Shf John Bradley Blanks, Mary Thomas Cowan Blanks, Mary W & RRR Co. Blank, William Sihon Picket Blank, William Lewis Hines Blank, Elizabeth J. Catherine K. Price Blank, HenryISamuel by Shf Hanson Kelly Blaming, Hugh Richard Eagles Blaning, Hugh Robert Walker Blaning, Hugh Robert Colly Blaning, Hugh Ephraim Vernon Blening, Hugh Margaret Higgins 6 Blening, Hugh Edward Scott by Exr Blening, Hugh James Sprowl Blening, Hugh James Sprowl Blanton, James Francis Savage Blanton, James John Blanton Blanton, James Ambrose Smith Blanton, John Aaron Bowen Blanton, John Lewis Highsrnith Blanton, John Reuben Rogers Blanton,John Timothy Bland Blanton, AndJames James English Blanton, JohdTobitha David Wells Blelock, James Thomas Momssey Blelock, James Claus Tienkin Block, Henry W. John F. Bloom Block, H. W. John Shelly, TR Blocker, J. C. James T. Petteway Bloodworth, Adam Mary Waddell Bludworth, Adam John Hewlett Bludworth, Adam Mary Waddell Bludworth, Alfred Evan Larkins Bludworth, Alfred Enoch Newton Type of Instrumenl B for T Agmt Shf Shf B for T RofW Shf B oft Gift Gift (To be continued) Date

22 CLARENDON COURIER Spring MORE SOCIETY NEWS Held on March 12, 2005, the Eastern Regional Spring Workshop, which was sponsored jointly by the North Carolina Genealogical Society and the Old New Hanover Genealogical Society was a success by any standard. Over 70 genealogists were in attendance at the main library to hear Lloyd Bockstruck of Dallas, Texas, give four interesting and extremely informative lectures. He emphasized the importance of Court records, compared Colonial land records of North and South Carolina, gave hints as to how to research the English in the Caribbean and traced migration trails from North Carolina into the states of South Carolina, Alabama Georgia and Mississippi. We are gratehl to NCGS, and Ann Bashnight and her committee for including our local society in this event. Our picnic held on April 23, 2003 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church was also a success. We had about 30 in attendance, who enjoyed the fellowship and particularly the delicious desserts prepared by our talented culinary members. Mr. John D. Tew presented a program on the American Revolution Battle of Elizabethtown. Ms. Lucy Glover, Church Historian, graciously, told us of the history of St. Paul's and gave us a brief tour of the sanctuary. Thank you to all who made the occasion one to remember! At a meeting held during lunch at the Eastern Workshop, our society elected a new officers. Ms. Charlotte Fetterman has graciously consented to become our new president. C. L.(Pete) Davis will remain as Vice-president. Carolyn Corbett will again be Secretary and will be assisted by Marjorie Cuzzocrea. Other officers will be: Kay Berg, Treasurer; John Butler and Joseph Sheppard, Member-at-Large, Board of Directors; Pete Ambler, Webmaster; Jim Edwards, Past President and Beverly Tetterton and Ann Hutteman, Editors, Clarendon Courier. 44 The North Carolina Genealogical Society will hold its Annual Meeting and Workshop at the Brier Creek Country Club, Raleigh, NC, on November 11, 12,2005. Craig R. Scott, a professional genealogist and historian of national reputation specializing in military records at National Archives and Records Administration and William H. Brown, editor of the North Carolina Governors' Papers, will speak onufinding Your Military Ancestors." ONE LAST WORD... "This is to certifl, that I, Sally Malone have consented to be married to Larkin Gravell. I am of lawfil age and am mighty willing." - Virginia Marriage Record, Halifax County, (Contributed by J. Kenneth Davis) %

23 ONHGS PUBLICATION AND PRICE LIST The following is a partial list of publications available from the Old New Hanover Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 2536, Wihington. NC See the complete Ulting at our web ritr: yww.onhns.orn Unless otherwise noted, all books are soft cover, stapled and taped or velo bound. All are indexed or alphabetized. (R) in the item number indicates that the book is a reprint. Shipping and handling costs are $4.00 tb the first book and $1.00 for each additional book. If you live in North Carolina, the books and shipping are taxed at 7%. Contact person: Pete Ambler Bay Branch Circle. Wilmington. NC 28405; infenhgs.org C Title Wilmington. NC. lndex to The Messenaer, Vol. I1 (M-Z) Wilmington, NC, lndex to The Messen= 1905 Wilmington. NC, lndex to Jb Messenoer, 1906 Wilmington, NC. lndex to The Messenaer, JunllDec 1887 Wilmington, NC, ManiagelDeath Notices Wilmington, NC, MarriagelDeath Notices, Wilmlngton, NC, ManiagalDeath Notices, Wilmington. NC. ManiageslDeath Notices, Wilmington, NC, ManiageslDeath Notices, Wilmington. NC. Oakdale Cemetery, Vol. 1, Wilmington, NC. Oakdale Cemetery, Vol. II, Wiimington. NC. Oakdale Cemetery, Vol Wilmington. NC, Oakdaie Cemetery, Voi. IV Wilmington, NC, Oakdale Cemetery, Vol. V Wilmington, NC, Obits, Star-News & Wilminaton Joumal,1998,4,060 obits Wilmington, NC, Obi. mr-news & Wilminaton Joumd.1999,4,092 omts Wilmlngton, NC, Obits. Star-News & Nilminaton Journal, ebb Wilmington, NC, Obi, Star-New & Wiiminaton JoumaL obits Wilmington, NC, Obits, Star-New & Wiiminaton Journal, 2002,4,426 obits Wilmlngton, NC, Obits, Star-News & Wilminaton Journal. 2003,4,403 obi Wilmlngton, NC. Obituary Abstracts (CD-ROM. Excell format) Wilmington, NC, St. James' Records, Vol. 1, Wilmington, NC, St. James' Records, Vol. 11, Wilmington, NC, St. James' Records, Vol. 111, Set of all three volumes, St. James' Records Wilmington, NC, Town Minutes, Wilmington, NC, Winterpark Cemetery Pages Order # Price

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