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"Descendants of Benjamin Bennett" by Elizabeth Doherty HerzfeldCulpepper Connections Includes a vast amount of information on various Culpepper families, including those from Currituck. Kim Curlin Wettroth's "Curlin Branch of the Curling Family" This well-organized web site details many of the descendants of Joseph Curling of Kent Co. England, who settled in Virginia in the mid 1600s. Desdendants migrated to Currituck Co. and Halifax Co., NC; then on to Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky, etc. Includes transcripts of Curling/Curlin family wills and deeds. Alison Wallner's "The Leaves, Twigs & Branches of the Wallner and Courtot Family Trees". Includes Alison's research into the Fanshaw/Fancher/Fansher family of Currituck and elsewhere. The Flory/Flora/Florey/Florea/Flori Genealogy site. Ken Florey, administrator. This site contains extensive information on families with these surnames and additional variants. See the sections detailing the F-lines for information specific to Currituck County. Descendants of Willis Gallop posted to WorldConnect by Marty Holland. "Genealogy of the Charles Griggs Family" by Walter S. Griggs c. 1926. "Guard Family" by Jean Schroeder "Harrison Family" by Betsy Taylor Mann/Midyett Family Papers (from the Outer Banks History Center) Descendants of William Alexander Moncrief II Many Moncriefs will find their origins in this Currituck family. Paul Heinegg's Free African Americans of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Delaware Includes information about a number of free African American families of Currituck County including Bryan, Case, Dring, Duncan, Gordon, Harrison, Hiter, Hunt, Miller, Nickens, Patterson, Smith, Spelman, Thomas, and Turner. John Owens Family of Tyrrell County, N.C. -- some descendants migrated to Currituck County. Includes information about the following families: Ainsley, Alexander, Bagby, Barco, Basnight, Barton, Baum, Belanga, Bodwell, Cahoon, Cowell, Crain, Creef, Davenport, Ferebee, Gallop, Godwin, Ferebee, Holmes, Languell, Melson, Morris, Myers, Pledger, Rhodes, Roughton, Sawyer, Simmons, Snell, Spruill, Tweedy, Twiford, Weatherly and others. Clyde Thomas' "Clyde and Nancy's Kinfolks". Clyde's Currituck roots are through the Overton family."Our Poyner Heritage", compiled by Dennis Allen Poyner. This branch of the Poyner family may have removed from Currituck Co. to Rowan Co., NC and then points west. They are searching for the Currituck roots of their ancestor Benjamin Poyner, born about 1796 (in Currituck?); died after 1853 in Putnam County, Indiana.
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