The following items appeared in the Roanoke Beacon newspaper in the “Beacon Flashes” section. Mrs. C.A. MOORE and children left on Tuesday last for Ocracoke. Mr. and Mrs. L.L. OWENS returned home from Nag’s Head on Wednesday. Mr. Antone MARRINER, of Mackey’s Ferry, made our office a call while in
The following items appeared in the Roanoke Beacon newspaper in the “Roper Ripples” section. Miss Maye JOHNSTON, of Belhaven, is the guest of Mrs. S.A. BLOUNT. Mrs. A.L. GURKIN has been the guest of Mrs. J.H. CLARK for a few days. Miss Isolind LUCAS has just returned from Kinsey Seminary,
46th REYNOLDS FAMILY REUNION 10:00 AM on Sunday May 19th, 2013 Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church in Tyrrell County NC This is a reunion of the descendants of William Reynolds Jr. and his sister Matilda Jane Reynolds Spencer, both originally from Chelsea, England. William Reynolds Jr. lived in Tyrrell County and became a Primitive Baptist Preacher, while Matilda Jane Reynolds Spencer lived
Recently added to the Internet Archive is the 1962 Hill’s Directory for Plymouth, NC. If you are reading this post through email or an RSS feed reader, you may not be able to see the directory embedded in this post. Please visit the Washington County, NCGenWeb site to view.
Recently added to the Internet Archive is the 1960 Hill’s Directory for Plymouth, NC. If you are reading this post through email or an RSS feed reader, you may not be able to see the directory embedded in this post. Please visit the Washington County, NCGenWeb site to view.
I cannot speak enough goodwill about the team of DigitalNC.org. I have been such a fan of their online digitization efforts since they started and I’m always finding good treasures there. I’ve used the yearbooks they’ve been digitizing to create the NCGenWeb Yearbook Index and I’ve culled through newspapers abstracting
The following death notice appeared in the February 12, 1848 issue of the Raleigh Register newspaper. Mrs. Mary M. DAVENPORT was the wife of Doctrine P. DAVENPORT.
Gone to His Reward After a lingering illness, from a complication of diseases, Capt. John M. BEASLEY, a well and favorably known citizen of this town, died on Saturday afternoon last, aged about 74 years. The deceased had been married three times, and leaves a widow and several children, by
A Sad Death Our community was greatly shocked on Wednesday evening when it learned that Mr. W.A. ALEXANDER was dead. Mr. ALEXANDER went to his mill on Wednesday morning in seemingly usual health. About 11 o’clock it was thought he had fainted and the physicians of the town were
Died — at her home in this town on Tuesday night last, Mrs. J.H. GAYLORD. Mrs. GAYLORD was taken ill only a few days ago, with typhoid fever, and grew rapidly worse until death ended her sufferings. She leaves a husband, sister and brothers, besides seven children, two of whom