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The Watkins family of North Carolina

particularly enumerating those descendants of Levin Watkins of Duplin County, N.C., who emigrated to Alabama and Mississippi early in the nineteenth century.

by William Bismarck Watkins

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Published by McCowat-Mercer in Jackson, Tenn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Watkins family (Levin Watkins, ca. 1740-1812)

  • About the Edition

    Contains prose descriptions of Watkins genealogy, with gleanings and commentary, followed by a formatted genealogy report. Also gives a limited genealogy of Whitfield and Bryan families. Contains limited number of pictures of residences and people.

    Edition Notes

    StatementBy William B. Watkins ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.W335 1915
    The Physical Object
    Pagination85 p.
    Number of Pages85
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6659405M
    LC Control Number23018589
    OCLC/WorldCa5922310

    Proud Members of the Braswell Family: Allied Families of Richard and Penelope Blow Braswell of Wayne County, North Carolina and Rev. Robert Braswell of London, England Who Immigrated to Isle of Wight, Virginia; Also Descendants from Anson and Union Counties, North Carolina. Chesterfield, South Carolina: South Carolina Genealogical Society. Susan was born Decem in Nashville, North Carolina. She died at Rocky Mount, North Carolina on Their daughter: Fannie Bell Alford; b. Octo ; d. Novem Fannie was born in Franklin County, North Carolina and died at Louisburg, Franklin County, North Carolina.

    Jacob Becker was born in in Struttsburg, Germany. When he immigrated to America in , he changed his name to Baker. He had fourteen children by two wives, Magdeline and Mary Brick. Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Maine, Missouri, Iowa, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina and elsewhere. Some of the first settlers of this family name were: Watkins Settlers in Canada in the 18th Century. Miss. Elizabeth Watkins U.E. who settled in Bell Vue, Beaver Harbor, Charlotte County, New Brunswick c. daughter of Samuel Watkins listed as a child more than 10 years of age ; Mr. John Watkins U.E. who settled in Bell Vue, Beaver Harbor, Charlotte County, New Brunswick c. son of.

    The Watkins Family Mize Road Toccoa, Ga. Call us at Facebook Envelope. 2) Elizabeth Watkins is the only daughter of Henry Watkins (Sr.) specifically mentioned in the records of Henrico County, VA as she refused to take the oath of allegiance to the king before the county court. In "Henry Watkins of Henrico County", by Jane Allen , is stated: "His daughter Elizabeth also held his loyalty to his faith. At the age of 16 in April, , she refused "for.


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The Watkins family of North Carolina particularly enumerating those descendants of Levin Watkins of Duplin County, N.C., who emigrated to Alabama and Mississippi early in the nineteenth century.

by William Bismarck Watkins. Published by McCowat-Mercer in Jackson, : Get this from a library. The Watkins family of North Carolina, particularly enumerating those descendants of Levin Watkins of Duplin County, N.C., who emigrated to Alabama and Mississippi early in the nineteenth century.

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North Carolina--Genealogy. Lydia Powell Watkins autograph book, #z, Series: "Watkins Family Papers, " Folder 2 Folder 3: Army and Navy hospital memorabilia. Mabel Watkins's collection of hospital directories and histories.

Full text of "The Watkins family of North Carolina, particularly enumerating those descendants of Levin Watkins of Duplin County, N.C., who emigrated to Alabama and Mississippi early in the nineteenth century" See other formats Gc WWALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 I THE WATKINS FAMILY 'of ' North Carolina i Particularly Enumerating Those.

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House of Representatives Gnaeus Julius Agricola (AD 40–93), Roman general. [citation needed]Aleijadinho (/–), Brazilian sculptor and architect. Just an Old Made Up Mess: A Story about the Wadkins/Watkins Line of North Carolina [A. Wadkins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. At the tender age of fifteen, author A.

Wadkins embarked on a journey that would last her a. Sarah Bell (Watkins) MacRae 24 Jan Richmond County, North Carolina, United States - 28 Feb managed by Gale Watkins Arthur Lee Watkins 17 May North Carolina - abt Thomas Watkins abt Flaxley, Gloucestershire, England - abt 16 Dec managed by Stu Wilson.

The Watkins Family of North Carolina [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc.,   John Adams Watkins was born on Novem and passed away peacefully on Ma surrounded by his loving family.

“John A.” was born in Greensboro, N.C. and grew up in Sedgefield, N.C. He was preceded in death by his parents Allen H. Watkins and Elizabeth Adams Watkins. Mrs. Hazel Watkins House, of Wilmington formerly of Maple Hill, NC passed away on Saturday, Aug at her residence.

Graveside service will be held at am Wednesday, August Robert Watkins passed away on Ap in Charlotte, North Carolina. Funeral Home Services for Robert are being provided by Hartsell Funeral Home - Midland.

The obituary was featured in. Beginning with the Revolutionary War, a movement began in two directions from the Greensville County area. One was southwest to form the Texas community while the other was west to Ohio and Indiana. A third migration was from the Texas community to the mountains of western North Carolina, to what became Macon County, North Carolina.

Section Three: Family Biographies of the East Tennessee Region: This is the largest section of the book and includes family biographies. More t individuals are made mention of throughout the text.

This section has a total of pages. Watkins Family of North Carolina By user Aug at My friend Chris Watkins is from Ramseur, North Carolina and he is seeking any information on the history of the Watkins family of North ph Co. is where Ramseur is. Documented Slave Plantations of North Carolina is a comprehensive database of various plantations derived from a variety of information mediums.

Note that some of the slave listings are under the Counties from which the families were originally living, including now extinct Counties. The Watkins family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Watkins families were found in the USA in In there were Watkins families living in Virginia.

This was about 12% of all the recorded Watkins's in the USA. Virginia had the highest population of Watkins families in 1 Francis Buck b: in Pitt County, North Carolina d: in Carteret County, North Carolina.+Sarah Watkins b: Septem in Beaufort County, North Carolina Father: William Watkins Mother: Jane Darden 2 Bryan Buck b: Bet.

- Asza Buck b: Bet. - (title page) Sketches of North Carolina, Historical and Biographical, Illustrative of the Principles of a Portion of Her Early Settlers Rev. William Henry Foote xxxii,8 p. New York Robert Carter, 58 Canal Street Call number C F68 c.

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