About a week ago, I was poking around in Currituck County land records. I don’t even...Read More
Category: Deeds, Grants and Patents
There were, demonstrably, two William Brights living within, what was then, Craven County during...Read More
While Ancestry is notorious for spreading false information, you should also be wary of...Read More
The word “brother-in-law” is becoming the bane of my research. In earlier times, the...Read More
The following are Craven County Spear deeds(and all related spellings). This is not a...Read More
The following is a transcription of a deed conveying the land that was inherited by the children...Read More
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