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Re: [genpcncfir] For Carol--Peopples family

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  • Carol Singh
    Dear Evelyn, It s the nature of the work. I think I can find them, though. Later, Carol ... === message truncated ===
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 26, 2006
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      Dear Evelyn,
      It's the nature of the work. I think I can find
      them, though.
      Later, Carol

      --- Evelyn Hendricks <rebh@...> wrote:

      > One of the sentences below in my letter is not
      > correct. I left out something. The sentence should
      > read, "the last two, Mary and Martha, were twins.
      > Mary married William Wright Price. They were my
      > great-grandparents.
      > It seems that I somehow manage to get things tangled
      > up lately.
      > Evelyn
      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: Evelyn Hendricks
      > To: genpcncfir@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2006 3:25 PM
      > Subject: [genpcncfir] For Carol--Peopples family
      >
      >
      > Howell Peopples, b. abt. 1800, d. 17 March 1858 in
      > Pitt Co. m. abt. 1831 to Clara, b. abt. 1802, d.
      > abt. 1865 in Pitt Co. (The Census records show them
      > living in the Falkland area. I had always thought I
      > found Howell in the 1860 Census, but it must have
      > been just Clary that I found. The Bible record shows
      > her name as Clary, but I suspect it was Clara.)
      >
      > Children:
      > 1. Disha Ann Peopples, b. 8 May 1833 in Pitt Co.
      > 2. Abraham Peopples, b. 16 March 1837. His military
      > shows he served in the Confederate Army and was
      > wounded severely. That is the last record I have for
      > him. He never returned home according to oral
      > information.
      > 3. Lovey Peopples, b. 0 Feb.. 1839 in Pitt Co.
      > 4. Sally Peopples, b. 17 Dec. 1840 in Pitt Co., d.
      > 27 June 1917 in Wilson Co. M. as his (2) wife Hardy
      > F. Skinner of the Saratoga area.
      > 5. William Peopples, b. 16 Feb. 1844, in Pitt Co.
      > 6. Nancy Peopples, b. 23 April 1847 in Pitt Co. d.
      > 28 Dec. 1915 in Greenville, Pitt Co., NC. M. 6 Nov.
      > 1886 in Pitt Co. to Lafayette Briley
      > 7. Fanny Peopples, b. 28 July 1850 in Pitt Co., d. 9
      > Feb. 1925 in Wilson Co.
      > 8. Martha Peopples, b. 7 March 1854 in Pitt Co.
      > 9, Mary Peopples (twin to Martha) b. 7 March 1854
      > near Falkland, Pitt Co., NC. D. 29 March 1908 in
      > Saratoga, Wilson Co., NC. B. in Everett Cemetery
      > near Saratoga. M. March 24, 1877 to William Wright
      > Price.
      > The last two, Mary and William Wright, were my
      > father's grandparents.
      >
      > Any help any one can give on any of these will be
      > greatly appreciated.
      > Oh, I almost forgot. In the Bible page that I found
      > in my grandmother's trunk there was a separate piece
      > of the same type of paper that had one entry on it.
      > "Benjamin Peeble, son of Lovey Peeble, was borned
      > Dec. 6, 1860." This paper was rolled up tightly,
      > tied with thread, and placed in a cloth envelope.
      > The paper with the other births listed was wrapped
      > around the cloth envelope and the whole secured with
      > a thread. It was originally a Bible record according
      > to an older cousin and the Bible had belonged to her
      > father, Howell's grandson. His housekeeper's child
      > tore up the Bible one day and that was all that he
      > could find of it.
      > I have found the name spelled both ways.
      > Evelyn
      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: Carol Singh
      > To: genpcncfir@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2006 11:47 AM
      > Subject: Re: [genpcncfir] OAK GROVE CHURCH
      >
      > Dear Evelyn,
      > Please do. I will be glad to see what I can find.
      > My Braxton line married into the Peebles line a
      > couple
      > of generations back. Bill Kittrell has done reseach
      > on
      > this family. While he is offline this week, he
      > promises to be back Monday and to annwer any
      > questions
      > he can.
      > Looking forward to hearing from you, Carol
      >
      > --- Evelyn Hendricks <rebh@...> wrote:
      >
      > > Carol,
      > > If this offer is extended to anyone could you
      > please
      > > keep an eye out for anything on Howell Peopples
      > and
      > > his wife Clary. I have exhausted the records at
      > the
      > > NC Archives with no success. If you would like I
      > can
      > > send you the name of the children. Don't go to any
      > > extra trouble since I know your time will be
      > limited
      > > and you want to do your own research. Just if you
      > > accidentally run across anything while you are
      > > searching.
      > > Evelyn
      > > ----- Original Message -----
      > > From: Carol Singh
      > > To: genpcncfir@yahoogroups.com
      > > Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2006 10:28 AM
      > > Subject: RE: [genpcncfir] OAK GROVE CHURCH
      > >
      > >
      > > Dear David,
      > > A few years ago when trying to track down the
      > > maiden name of one of my ancestors who had
      > attended
      > > Red Banks Church, I actually contacted the church
      > > where I spoke with the secretary. She told me that
      > > the
      > > church no longer houses these. Portions of some of
      > > these are available online. Contents of some of
      > the
      > > others are available at Joyner and at Shepherd
      > > Library. Cemetery records for Red Banks are also
      > > online. Joyner has these in its compilations of
      > > cemetery records in its reading room on the first
      > > floor. Just ask at the desk.
      > > If I can help you with more specific information,
      > > just let me know what you need, and I'll do my
      > best.
      > > If there is anything I can look up for you when I
      > > go to Greenville within the next few weeks, give
      > me
      > > a
      > > holler. I will be going to the libraries and to
      > the
      > > courthouse. I will be searching land records,
      > birth,
      > > death, and marriage records.
      > > Since I will be on location, anything else you
      > > might want searched, I will be glad to check out
      > for
      > > you.
      > > One of the most rewarding aspects of my research
      > > has been making new discoveries of my own while
      > > helping someone else. Usually, the records I have
      > > searched for others, I would never have thought to
      > > search for myself because of not having expected
      > to
      > > find anything in them. A prime example was land
      > > records. Since I know what my family owned, I felt
      > > that land records had nothing to offer me.
      > > I learned a valuable lesson, and that is, that
      > > those land records are interlaced with all kinds
      > of
      > > personal information that one would hardly ever
      > have
      > > discovered on his own unless his family had
      > > themselves
      > > kept written records of it or other documentation.
      >
      > > Later, Carol
      > >
      > > --- L D Smith <ldsesq@...> wrote:
      > >
      > > > does anyone know where the record for trinity in
      > > > chocowinity or red banks church are located?
      > > > Thanks,
      > > > David Smith
      > > >
      > > > Researching: Smith, Moore, Asberry, Evans,
      > > > Laughinghouse, Williams, etc
      > > >
      > > >
      > > >
      > > >
      > > > ----------------------------------------
      > > > > To: genpcncfir@yahoogroups.com
      > > > > From: wbk99@...
      > > > > Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 22:33:18 -0400
      > > > > Subject: Re: [genpcncfir] OAK GROVE CHURCH
      > > > >
      > > > > Gum Swamp church is about 8 miles northwest of
      > > > Greenville on the north side
      > > > > of the Tar River. It is about one to two miles
      > > > north of Belvoir.
      > > > >
      > > > > The closest church to Grimesland and on the
      > > south
      > > > side of the Tar River
      > > > > would be Galloway's Primitive Baptist which
      > was
      > > > formed about 1838.
      > > > >
      > > > > The oldest one near Grimesland would be the
      > > > Trinity Church at Chocowinity.
      > > > > It has the names of the Laughinghouse, Grist,
      > > > Ginn, Hill, Wall, Freeman,
      > > > > Harding and others. Most of the dates are in
      > the
      > > > early 1800s.
      > > > >
      >
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