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Scope and Contents This collection contains the papers of the Barden Family of Southeastern North Carolina. Contained are records, receipts, deeds, correspondence, and photographs. All items are photocopies, except for the photographs from 1922.
Dates: 1784-1922 (photocopies/reprints)
Scope and Contents This item is a photocopy of a listing of Duplin County, North Carolina marriage bonds that extends from the county's earliest recorded marriage bonds in 1730 to circa 1870. The original listing is in the office of the Register of Deeds for Duplin County, at Kenansville, North Carolina. The listing is alphabetical by grooms' last names and is followed by an index of brides' names. The listing includes the names of the groom, bride, bondsman and witness, the date of bond, and, occasionally, the...
Dates: 1730 - circa 1870 (photocopies)
Scope and Contents This family genealogy begins with David Gillespie, Sr., and his wife, Miss Borthick. Their son, David Jr., had three sons, James, Archibald and Borthick, who emigrated to New Bern, North Carolina. Borthick returned to Ireland while Archibald and James remained. James purchased land near Kenansville and named his home Golden Grove. This record lists James’ descendants, sometimes as far as the ninth generation-James being the third. This record is 41 pages long and is a photocopy; the original is...
Dates: 1977, Undated (photocopies)
Scope and Contents This collection of family papers includes account bills, a list the purchases from merchants in Warsaw and Clinton, newspaper subscription receipts, Wilmington inspectors’ certificates for turpentine, and tax receipts. There are also papers relating to slaves, slaves’ bills of sale, lease agreements for hiring out slaves, and lists of expenditures re: slaves, division of slaves. Manuscript memorandum listing dates of birth for Willis and Amanda, their children and twenty-four slaves, family...
Dates: 1762-1874, undated
- Subject: Duplin County (N.C.) -- History -- Sources X