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1  CARLTON, Nancy M. (I168)
 
2 Also known as P.W. ARNOLD, Prince William (I9631)
 
3 Groom: John Avery
Bride: Cresey Sutton
Bond_Date: 28 May 1829
Bond #: 000024450
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868

ImageNum: 007770
County: Craven
Record #: 01 011
Bondsman: John H. Jones
Witness: B. C. Gillespie


I'm not sure if her name was Teresy or Cresey Sutton, but this seems the most likely person for John Avery's wife and mother of James.

"Cresey" (probaby Teresy) Sutton married John Avery in 1829. The first child listed on the census records in the family of John Avery, father of James, is John Avery, Jr. and he was born abt 1830.
Groom: John Avery Bride: Cresey Sutton Bond_Date: 28 May 1829 Bond #: 000024450 Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868 ImageNum: 007770 County: Craven Record #: 01 011 Bondsman: John H. Jones Witness: B. C. Gillespie I'm not sure if her name was Teresy or Cresey Sutton, but this seems the most likely person for John Avery's wife and mother of James. "Cresey" (probaby Teresy) Sutton married John Avery in 1829. The first child listed on the census records in the family of John Avery, father of James, is John Avery, Jr. and he was born abt 1830. 
SUTTON, Terese (Cresey) (I8230)
 
4 Groom: John Lee Bride: Ann Maria Miller Bond_Date: 31 Oct 1849 Bond #: 000027816 Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868 ImageNum: 005467 County: Craven Record #: 02 211 Bondsman: Richard X Lee Witness: J. G. Stanly, ( MILLER, Ann Maria (I8201)
 
5 He was born about 1846 in South Carolina.

In 1860, he's living in Pitt County with D.C. (David) ADAMS and his wife, Mary "Polly" STOKES.

On the 1920 census, he's living with his daughter, Mary GASKINS and her husband, Henry ADAMS in Vanceboro. William's age is given as 74, he's listed as widower, and his name is recorded as William G. GASKINS. 
GASKINS, William G. (I335)
 
6 I don't know if this is the father of Levin Lee, father of Joseph Lee. This is a working theory right now.
I don't know if this is the father of Levin Lee, father of Joseph Lee. This is a working theory right now. 
LEE, Levin (Unverified - See Notes) (I8543)
 
7 I have not yet spent much time researching James Miller. This is a new line for me. As of right now, this is an interesting source and I intend to try and validate the information that's provided.
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/130651867
I have not yet spent much time researching James Miller. This is a new line for me. As of right now, this is an interesting source and I intend to try and validate the information that's provided.
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/130651867

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I have not yet spent much time researching James Miller. This is a new line for me. As of right now, this is an interesting source and I intend to try and validate the information that's provided.
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/130651867 
MILLER, James (I8672)
 
8 I'm not positive about this Frederick being the son of Frederick and Hannah, but I've seen it referenced in several places and will use this as tentative data. JOHNSON, Frederick (I1789)
 
9 I'm uncertain whether or not Content Bangs was the mother of all of John Carruthers' children. I know researchers have proven that her family moved to North Carolina around the same time as the Carruthers family, but I have not seen any marriage record for John Carruthers and Content Bangs, so it's possible she could've been only a stepmother to his children. BANGS, Content (I736)