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  • billgaylearnold@cs.com
    Aug 2, 2006
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      In a message dated 8/2/2006 11:38:04 AM Central Standard Time,
      paulabaker69@... writes:
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      Thanks for this.

      5. March 1832 - JACOB PARROTT vs JESSE CANADY

      Patent to THOS LEWIS in 1742
      THOM LEWIS sold to DAVID HEARTFIELDS - 100 acres in 26 January 1761 -
      DAVID HEARTSFIELD sold to JNO CANADY on 10 October 1766 (DAVID was father
      of JESSE) - JNO CANADY left land to JESSE CANADY by will ---

      PARROTT Claims land under same deed to HEARTSFIELD - D. HEARTSFIELD to
      WILLIAM ARNOLD - ARNOLD to MRS. PARROTT wife of Plff by will

      Run of the branch is disputed

      Listed on the back of the document were
      ? TAYLOR, CLAR. WESTBROOK, JNO KENNEDY SENR - deposition, LEML WESTBROOK,
      MOSES WESTBROOK - deposition, MAT CARR, BENJ PARROTT, THOS HOOD -
      deposition, J. ? CROOM, THO HOOD - deposition, JNO B. KENNEDY

      NOTE: Although the name WILLIAM ARNOLD was written ARNOLD, this would
      have been ARENDALL

      Apparently, this is not my William since mine was born in 1759: In his
      pension application dated 1819 he said he was 60 years old. But it proves that the
      name was in eastern North Carolina early on.

      Bill Arnold


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