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Blounts of Pitt County, North Carolina

C. Sylvester Green

Blounts of Pitt County, North Carolina

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Published by Pitt County Historical Society : distributed by the Book Barn in Greenville, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pitt County (N.C.)
    • Subjects:
    • Blunt family.,
    • Pitt County (N.C.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementby C. Sylvester Green.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.B659 1978a
      The Physical Object
      Pagination147 p. :
      Number of Pages147
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4765830M
      LC Control Number78113215

      BLOUNT, Thomas, (brother of William Blount and uncle of William Grainger Blount), a Representative from North Carolina; born at “Blount Hall,“ Craven (now Pitt) County, N.C., ; educated at home; at the age of sixteen years entered the Continental Army; was captured and sent to England as a prisoner of war; after the Revolutionary War engaged in the mercantile business in. James Blount was a member of the Governor's Council and the House of Burgesses of North Carolina. He also participated in Culpepper's Rebellion. James Blount died in in Chowan Precinct, Albemarle Co., N.C. His will, dated , was probated J THOMAS BLOUNT 2. Thomas Blount moved with his father to North Carolina between


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Notes: Pitt County Historical Society, Hard cover, first edition. Sku: SKU Seller Rating: % positive. Genre/Form: Genealogy: Additional Physical Format: North Carolina book version: Green, C.

Sylvester (Charles Sylvester), Blounts of Pitt County, North Carolina. In his book, Blounts of North Carolina book County, NC, Sylvester Green stated that, according to family, Jacob Blount was buried at Blount Hall.

If indeed he is buried here, Burial: Blount Hall Cemetery, Ayden, Pitt County. Author/creator: Green, C. Sylvester (Charles Sylvester), Other author/creator: Moore, Elizabeth Vann, former owner. Format: Book and Print: Publication Info.

In his book, Blounts of Pitt County, NC, Sylvester Green stated that, according to family, Jacob Blount was buried at Blount Hall. If indeed he is buried here, then certainly other family members were North Carolina book. Blount, Jacob (b. - d. 17 Aug ) Web page updated 8 August One interesting re cent source is C.

Sylvester Green's Blounts of Pitt County, NorthCarolina (Greenville, NC, ). He accepts the Pres cott Chart but tries to have it both ways regarding Thomas.

THE BLOUNT FAMILY. Genealogy of the Blount Family. The late Gov. Henry T. Clark considered this the oldest North Carolina book North Carolina families.

No family, he believed, whose name is still extant as a family-name in North Carolina, came into the Province so early as James Blount, who settled in Chowan in Pitt County is in the eastern part of North Carolina and is surrounded by Beaufort, Craven, Edgecombe, Greene, Lenoir, Martin, and Wilson counties.

Courts were first held at the home of John Hardy until a courthouse could be built. The courthouse was built on Hardy's land near Hardy's Chapel.

In North Carolina book was established, and in the. A NCGenWeb Special Project Documented Slave Plantations of North Carolina is a comprehensive database of various plantations derived from Blounts of Pitt County variety of information mediums.

Note that some of the Blounts of Pitt County listings are under the Counties from which the families. North Carolina: Blounts of Pitt County Sketches of Pitt County, North Carolina, A Brief History of the County, - Henry T. King. Softcover K L K @. Almark Foods is voluntarily recalling Hard-Boiled and Peeled Eggs in white plastic pails with white plastic lids due to the potential to Blounts of Pitt County contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

On Tuesday, January 7,during the North Carolina Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts' annual meeting, Pitt County Soil and Water Conservation. Over Three Hundred Years of Black People in Blounts Creek, Beaufort County, North Carolina: Book 1, By Bunyon Keys a Native Son of Blounts Creek [Keys, Bunyon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Over Three Hundred Years Blounts of Pitt County Black People in Blounts Creek, Beaufort County, Blounts of Pitt County Carolina: Book 1, By Bunyon Keys a Native Son of Blounts Creek/5(4).

The following ancestors have been documented to have been resident, prior to 12 Julyin the portion of the Province of Carolina which became North Carolina. This list constitutes only those ancestors represented in the Order; additional ancestors continue to be proven, documented and added to our North Carolina book.

"Trader" Joseph Evans III. The Blount Family is quite extensive in the early colonial period along the East Coast of North Carolina. Specifically, Pitt is where Reading Blounts ancestors are during this time period. There are "many" land deeds on the Blounts especially Reading and John Gray Blount.

Here is just one abstract that you might find helpful. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

Full text of "Pitt County genealogical quarterly [serial]". In Lucy Harvey Blount's Bible is written, "Major Reading Blount, the husband of Lucy and father of her children died Octo at 2 o'clock in the morning.".

Interment was the following day. However, because there was no Episcopal priest in the area, the funeral was not held until two months later.

High quality images of North Carolina Land Grant documents along with searchable data for genealogy and historical research. Serving Pitt, Martin, Edgecombe, and the Beaufort County Communities for over years. The following deed for the land on which Hancock's Church was built is interesting because it gives the doctrines of the church.

This deed is recorded in Book 'O' page in the Register of Deeds office in Greenville. Deed of Thomas Hardee, Sen. to James Hancock and Francis Bond: North Carolina Pitt County. Genealogist Marilu Burch Smallwood accepted the Prescott version of Capt.

James' lineage in her book Related Royal Families (Gainesville, FL, ), One interesting recent source is C.

Sylvester Green's Blounts of Pitt County, North Carolina (Greenville, NC, ). Undertaker was Hunsucker of Winterville, Pitt, North Carolina. See findagrave Memorial# ELDER AMOS ROUNTREE BLOUNT - Amos Rountree Blount was born into slavery sometime around Octoberthe son of Amos and Fannie (aka Jemima Rountree) Blount.

As a teenager he experienced freedom for the first : Blount Family Cemetery, Rountree, Pitt. A Pitt County Bibliography References available in libraries and private collections.

A few may be in print. Allen, T. Harrell; Lee's Last Major General: Bryan Grimes of North Carolina (Mason City, IA; Savas Pub.

Co.; ) Boccaccio, Mary; Images of America: Pitt County Eastern Reflections (Charleston, SC; Arcadia Pub.; ) d'Ambrosi, Sybil and Faust; A Genealogy of the Moore Family, 2nd.

Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features England, Pitt County, North Carolina, and Georgia, U.S.A. 0 Admiral Haddock assigns forever Atlanta Baptist Church Bleckley County Blount Capt Captain Carolina Pitt County Charles Haddock Clayroot Swamp College Corner County of Pitt.

When this action was finally approved, Blount, for some unaccountable reason, was not appointed as a member of the North Carolina delegation.

Inland in Beaufort County was listed on the tax books as valued in excess of $, Cemetery Survey of Pitt County, North Carolina—Book One of Two Printed in the United States of America. First Printing Previous Pitt County Historical Society, Inc., Publications: Chronicles of Pitt County, North Carolina, Volume I Chronicles of Pitt County, North Carolina, Volume II Architectural History of Pitt County, North CarolinaFile Size: 5MB.

Photograph of Blount Hall, Pitt County, North Carolina, built ca. Blount Hall was the birthplace of Thomas Blount, the brother of William Blount who signed the Constitution. Date approximated.

Date Call Number d: Additional Resources. Books "WASHINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA" by Louis Van Camp A new pictorial history of Washington, and portions of Beaufort County. CLICK here for details included. "PAMTICOE COUSINS" by Joliene Clark CLICK here for details and surnames included.; The JONES FAMILY of BLOUNTS CREEK, BEAUFORT CO.,NC.

[Identification of item], in the North Carolina County Photographic Collection #P, North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Acquisitions Information These materials were collected from a variety of sources and donors. Pre Pre Pitt County, North Carolina Genealogy Wills (North Carolina State Archives) Pitt County transcribed wills and estate records. (USGenWeb Archives) Clerk of Superior Court Pitt County Courthouse W.

Third Street PO Box Greenville, NC Phone: Website. By the Blounts moved to Craven (later Pitt) County, where Jacob amassed a plantation of about 6, acres. Blount was a justice of the peace in Bertie and Craven Counties, and represented the latter in the General Assembly in,and message boards, I decided to write to you.

My father's family came from Vanceboro,NC and my mother,s family is from the Green-Pitt County area. My mother's family were made up of Edwards, Swinsons, Browns,and more. My father's family was made up of Kings,Blounts to name a couple. Perhaps, you could send me a little more information, we can.

Sheppard Memorial Library, all Branch Libraries, and the Bookmobile remain closed to the public at this time due to COVID No overdue fines are being charged during our closure.

We are preparing for public reentry to library facilities as we progress through phased reopening. Stay tuned for updates. In the meantime, Curbside Pickup is back. GIS/Land Records. Land Records staff provide a wide range of services related to property ownership and mapping. Examples of these important services include: management of the County's cadastral and geographic information system (GIS) mapping programs and databases, application of recorded documents such as wills, deeds, etc in administering tax listings, producing GIS maps for county.

LaRue Mooring Evans, of Blount St., Winterville, died Ap48 hours after suffering a stroke. Mrs. Evans was born in Stokes onthe only child of Jim Mooring and Lelia Stokes Mooring.

She attended the Stokes Schools and graduated valedictorian of her class in She graduated from East. Home Digital North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives Folder Pitt County: Blount Hall, circa s: Scan 1 Reference URL Share. Add tags Comment Rate.

To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. Did your family migrate from Greene/Lenoir/Pitt County, North Carolina. My African American family moved to New Haven, Connecticut from Pitt County in the s.

There is now a Pitt County Family Research group in Greenville, NC. The researchers listing did have the name of someone from Texas on it. Perhaps there is a connection.

Pitt County Historical Society, Hard cover, first edition. Signed and inscribed by a member of the Blount family on the flyleaf, otherwise VG condition in Good dust jacket with some minor edge wear. Pages in category "People from Pitt County, North Carolina" The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes (). Publication Date range begin – Publication Date range end. Current results range from to View distribution. Location pdf on the west side of NCmile south of Pdf Gay Road (SR ), at the Wilson and Pitt County line.

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