5042Re: [genpcfr] Ward's of Pitt Co
- Apr 1, 2001Darlene,
Do you know of a Daniel Ward who was a the son of a Civil War Soldier. His
mother was a _________ Summerlin. His son was Clayton WARD of Wayne County,
NC. Gayle L.
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From: "Darlene Whitfield" <sis-dar@...>
Sent: Sunday, April 01, 2001 11:22 AM
Subject: Re: [genpcfr] Ward's of Pitt Co
> Rhonda W.
> You may want to also try Greene Co. There were some Ward's over there. I
> have two sets of Ward's in my families, both different. Once came from
> Craven Co. to Pitt and lived int he Farmville are. Name of course is
> His wife was Bettie McCoy, they had twelve children, mostly girls. Some of
> his family moved to Grimesland. The other John Ward was from Greene Co.
> His mother was Susan. He was married and had three to four children (only
> one son). Then he remarried my great-grandmother - Bessie Moore McCoy,
> had two children by her McCoy husband, Henry. Henry was Bettie's brother.
> The Moore family were from Farmville area. Bessie & John Ward had one son
> who survived. His name was Linwood. Your Ward names do not sound
> except for the John. But that is a popular name in any century. Hope
> this helps.
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