Craven County, NC

Surname Registry, Queries and Index, 2008

Can anyone help with these queries?


Interested in finding information on the following two individuals, I have posted the info I have. 
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Joseph HARGETT: He was born in 1820 in New Bern, Craven, North Carolina, USA. He 
married Margarett CHASE, and had the following children: John (ABT. 1850) and Dinah (1858). 

Margarett CHASE: She was born in 1827 in New Bern, Craven, North Carolina, USA. She 
married Joseph HARGETT, and had the following children: John (ABT. 1850) and Dinah 
(1858). Her parents were Unknown CHASE (b. New Bern, Craven, North Carolina, USA, d. 
(unknown), and Alfie UNKNOWN (b. 1805 in New Bern, Craven, North Carolina, USA, d. (unknown). 

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Anna Adams
Posted March 24, 2008 APRIL Looking to exchange information on all of the FLOWERS families that lived in the area of the Pamlico Sound beginning with John FLOWERS in the 1790 Currituck Co., census and his descendants through the present time. The family lineage area is triangular in nature and includes the mainland area on both the North and South sides of the Pamlico Sound and the Outer Banks which is presently comprised of the Beaufort, Craven, Dare, Hyde and Pamlico counties. A thumbnail sketch of my direct lineage/research follows: John FLOWERS, b. Unk, d. Unk; married Susan unknown John FLOWERS, b. circa 1750, d. Bef. Aug 1816; married Sara unknown Christopher C. FLOWERS, b. Feb 1776, d. Aft. 1850; married Christian Peel Zion FLOWERS, b. 12 Mar 1795, d. Abt. 1865; married Elizabeth Jones Tillman Farrow FLOWERS, b. 1830, d. 9 Sep 1877; married a McCotter and a Hudnell Malachi Roberson FLOWERS, b. 21 Oct 1856, d. 15 Nov 1920; married Lucretia Walker Charles McDonald FLOWERS, b. 20 Feb 1888, d. 3 Apr 1939; married Mary Miller Luther W. FLOWERS, b. 21 Nov 21 1916, d. 23 Jan 1972; married Agnes Sinclair Any help, lead, contacts on this lineage and connected families will be highly appreciated. Email direct at:
Larry Flowers
Posted April 3, 2008 Surname: Taylor Time Frame: 1725-1825 Researcher: Ralph Taylor Notes: Looking for the parents of Michael TAYLOR, born 1789, probably in the Core Creek or Flat Swamp area of northwestern Craven County, North Carolina. Have developed extensive information on Taylors and the associated/related families in the area which I am willing to share. Those include Beasley, Daughety, Green Slade, Bryan, Aclin. (Novice researchers please note that these names are spelled multiple ways.) Y-DNA evidence indicates that Michael Taylor shared a common male ancestor with Moses Taylor (1729-1819), son of Robert Taylor (1709-1780). Thus, he is somehow descended from the extended Abraham Taylor family that migrated from Baltimore County, Maryland to Craven County, North Carolina in 1729, but DNA does not say who, when or where. Michael was closely associated with James Taylor, another son of Robert, from no later than 1810 (and probably earlier) until James' death in 1816. This association is documented in Rutherford County, Tennessee, where James migrated about 1806. The hypothesis that James was Michael's father has been explored and rejected on several grounds. If I can help you, I will. If you can help me, I'll be especially grateful. Email direct at:
Ralph Taylor
Posted April 3, 2008 I am looking for information on a Stephen W (believe to be Wiley) Jones, he was born in Craven Co. Aug 12 1992 and died Jan 9, 1973 in Vance Co. I am trying to find out information on his birthparents. Email direct at:
Farrah Williams
Posted April 22, 2008 AUGUST Seeking information on James Youngblood said to have been born in Craven County, NC in 1740. He married Mary Polly Bradley in Johnston County, North Carolina in 1764 and later moved to Edgefield, South Carolina. Email direct at:
Carolyn Morris
Posted August 20, 2008

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