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c.1979+ ____ SLAVE RECORDS There is a two volume work concerning slaves in Nash County abstracted by Timothy W. Rackley. In his household is 30 year old Sally Wilkins, probably his wife, though, as with the 1860 census, the 1850 enumeration does not give relationships of people in the household to the head of the household. For example, all the Boons, Meltons, and Joiners seem to have become Bone, Milton and Joyner. I located him and his family under the name George R. Marshborn living in the Mannings District with a Post Office address of Peachtree Grove. To browse this image set, select from the options below. This collection was indexed by Ancestry World Archives Project contributors (see "Where to go from here" below for more info). Images reproduced by FamilySearch.Original data - First Census of the United States, 1790 (NARA microfilm publication M637, 12 rolls). Thomas Horn Sr. and Catharine were married in Nash County, North Carolina.They had the following children: 2. i. William Horn Sr[3, 4] was born in 1690 in Nansemond County, Virginia, USA[5, 6]. ____ Nest are the Holland slave owners in Johnston, Wake, and Wilson Counties: HOLLAND SLAVE OWNERS IN JOHNSTON COUNTY 1860 U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules Age, Gender, Race, Name of Slave, Owner Home in 1860 65, Female, Black, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 49, Male, Black, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 45, Male, Black, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 40, Male, Black, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 39, Female, Black, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 33, Male, Black, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 28, Female, Mulatto, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 21, Female, Black, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 18, Male, Black, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 18, Female, Black, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 10, Male, Black, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 8,Male, Black, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 7,Male, Mulatto, David H Holland ,District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 6,Female, Black, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 3,Female ,Black, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 2,Male, Mulatto, David H Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina ____ Age, Gender, Race, Name of Slave, Owner Home in 1860 68, Male,Bryan Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 56, Female,Bryan Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 28, Male,Bryan Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 21, Female,Bryan Holland ,District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 6,Female,Bryan Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 1,Female,Bryan Holland, District West of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina ____ Age, Gender, Race, Name of Slave, Owner Home in 1860 60, Male, Black, E Holland, Division East of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina ____ Age, Gender, Race, Name of Slave, Owner Home in 1860 16, Male, Black, Alfred Holland, District East of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 10, Male, Black, Alfred Holland, District East of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina 6,Female, Black, Alfred Holland, District East of Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina ____ HOLLAND SLAVE OWNERS IN WAKE COUNTY Age, Gender, Race, Name of Slave, Owner Home in 1860 82, Female, Black, Maybell Holland, Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 50, Male, Black, Maybell Holland, Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 50, Female, Black, Maybell Holland, Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 12, Male, Black, Maybell Holland, Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 10, Male, Black, Maybell Holland, Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina ____ Age, Gender, Race, Name of Slave, Owner Home in 1860 30 Female Black Barnett Holland Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 30 Male Black Barnett Holland Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 28 Male Black Barnett Holland Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 24 Female Black Barnett Holland Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 16 Male Black Barnett Holland Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 10 Female Black Barnett Holland Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 8Female Black Barnett Holland Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 6Female Black Barnett Holland Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 6Female Black Barnett Holland Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 5Male Black Barnett Holland Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 5Female Black Barnett Holland Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina ____ Age, Gender, Race, Name of Slave, Owner Home in 1860 24, Female, Black, D B Holland, Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 18, Male, Black, D B Holland, Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 3,Male, Black, D B Holland, Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 1,Female, Black, D B Holland, Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina ____ Age, Gender, Race, Name of Slave, Owner Home in 1860 21, Male, Black, George Holland, Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina ____ Age, Gender, Race, Name of Slave, Owner Home in 1860 16, Female, Black, Simpson W Holland, Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina 9,Female, Black, Simpson W Holland, Southern Division, Wake, North Carolina ____ HOLLAND SLAVE OWNER IN WILSON COUNTY 1860 U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules Age, Gender, Race, Name of Slave, Owner Home in 1860 23, Female, Black, Linnet Holland, Black Creek, Wilson, North Carolina 6,Male, Black, Linnet Holland Black, Creek, Wilson, North Carolina 4,Female, Black, Linnet Holland, Black Creek, Wilson, North Carolina 2,Male, Black, Linnet Holland Black, Creek, Wilson, North Carolina Ancestry.com. Dr. Sloop and her husband began their lifelong dedication to the mountain people when they rode horseback into the remote hill region of North Carolina in 1909. Compliance was considered full by 1920. She was born in North Carolina and unable to read and write. We share a keen curiosity about who our ancestors were and what motivated them to move to this beautiful but demanding place. American Genealogical-Biographical Index. Entries range from before 1800 up through the beginning of the twentieth century. County'sregister of deeds officeorDivision of Public Health Compliance was considered full by 1920. J W Bryant Ass't Marshal. North Carolina began requiring statewide registration of births and deaths in March, 1913. ____ Again, its impossible to tell from the slave schedules for the counties that surround Nash, if Asa Wilkins and Marzilla Holland were counted among the slaves. This database should be helpful to those who have ancestors in the Nash County, North Carolina area. Portions of these records come from Nash County, North Carolina Vital Records Abstracts, compiled by Cynthia Herrin from a 1909 history of Nash Count. c. 1930+ Nash County, North Carolina Vital Records Abstracts [database on-line]. She too cannot read and write. Source Information: Herrin, Cynthia. Eighth Census of the United States, 1860. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000. Army Regulations stipulated that every post was to submit a return to the Adjutant General, usually at monthly intervals. The transcription follows: Page No. This information comes from Ancestry.com: About Nash County, North Carolina Vital Records Abstracts Carved out of the much larger Edgecombe County in 1777, Nash County, North Carolina is nestled in the northeast corner of the state. Birth certificates The race of the children is given as Negro: Nash County, North Carolina Vital Records Abstracts Name: Wilkins, James Birth Date: 1866 Birth Place: Nash CO., NC Father: Asa Wilkins Mother: Marcella Residence: Manning, Nash CO., NC Occupation: Farm Hand Other Notes/Race: Negro. Original data: Families of Early North Carolina. Vol. Joel Horn[2]. The 1900 census shows that 30 year old James Wilkins, and 17 year old John Wilkins are living in Manning, Nash County.John is listed as Jamess brother. microfilmed Indexes to births and deaths [except Wake, Durham] The transcription from Ancestry.com is below: Page No. Sarah Vincent may be Jamess mother. Original data: Families of Early North Carolina. Durham, Wake, Forsyth, and Dare counties are not covered. Often two siblings have differing opinions on family origins, or a child might guess at grandparent's birth date, not realizing how seriously researchers would take them a hundred and fifty years later. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally . Tracking Back to North Carolina(pdf). Detailed information about holdings may be found in theCounty Records Box Listsof the State Archives of North Carolina. Child of Thomas Whitfield and Elizabeth is: Child of Thomas Whitfield and Mary Harrison is: Isle of Wight County Virginia Deeds 1750 - 1782 by William Lindsay Hopkins. ____ Nash County, North Carolina Vital Records Abstracts Name: Wilkins, Emma Birth Date: 1878 Birth Place: Manning, Nash CO., NC Father: Asa Wilkins Mother: Marcella Residence: Manning, Nash CO., NC Other Notes/Race: Negro. North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868 - Index; bonds were not required by law. 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In the household with him is 41 year old Violaet Wilkins, a black lady born in North Carolina. 1909.Original data: Families of Early North Carolina. Source Information Ancestry.com. Contact information for all offices is available through the. Source: Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. Original data: Families of Early North Carolina. Also in the household is William and Nellies daughter, 1 year old Grace. North Carolina, Death Certificates, 1909-1976 [database on-line]. His family, all of whom are listed as mulatto, is enumerated just before the family of John Wilkins. County Register of Deeds offices house birth and death records and marriage licenses for their counties. Marriage records were recorded with the Register of Deeds in each county after 1868. Location I didnt find any slave owners enumerated in the 1860 slave schedules for Nash County named Wilkins or Holland, and so looked for slave owners named Wilkins and Holland in the counties surrounding Nash, including Edgecombe, Franklin, Halifax, Johnston, Wake, Warren, and Wilson. Entries range from before 1800 up through the beginning of the twentieth century. Best Wishes, Dave Boylan, http://www.ncgenweb.us/nash/african-americans/division-of-slaves-1829-1866/. A W Bryant Ass't Marshal. B H Sorsby, 1, 38,Male, Black, 1 ____ The same 1867 marriage record for Asa and Marzilla has shown the couple were married by a G R Marshborn, Justice of the Peace. Tracking backward with these clues, you can look for other members of the family and additional historical information. The death record informant may not have been the person who provided vital statistics to the funeral director or to the cemetery sexton. As any experience researcher knows, death records are only as accurate as the knowledge of the person who provided the information. Death certificates death certificates, 1913-1979 [statewide Index: 1913-1979] He singed the marriage bond with his Mark, most likely because he could not write. They are both from North Carolina: 1860 United States Federal Census Page No. His place of birth is North Carolina. Contents: Historical sketches of North Carolina from 1584 to 1851 : compiled from original records, official documents and traditional statements with biographical sketches of her distinguished statesmen, jurists, lawyers, soldiers, divines, etc. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000. microfilmed marriage licenses for many counties Containing the names of over 30,000 county residents, it provides information regarding the individual's birth, parents, marriage, spouse, children, and death. James Vincent is a 58 year old farmer whose real estate is valued at $2,500, and whose personal estate is worth $5,900. 113 SCHEDULE 1.-Free Inhabitants in Collins District in the County of Nash State of NC enumerated by me, on the 14 day of July 1860. Because the stormy coastline of North Carolina does not include a natural harbor, most immigrants to the area arrived via overland routes. The book from which this database was abstracted came from a collection long held by my family. Wills and Administrations of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, 1647 , Books 1-3 By Blanche Adams Chapman. 1860 U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules [database on-line]. cohabitation records, 1866-1867 While the data abstracted from these sections is probably quite accurate, I have noted irregularities. And W. Bryant Asst Marshal NAME OF SLAVE OWNER, Number of Slaves, Age, Sex, Color, Number of slave houses. Husband of Elinor Elizabeth Bunn and Margaret Elizabeth Bunn For those Ancestry.com patrons seeking ancestors from North Carolina, this can be an informative database. The form lists the submitter's name and address and may include source information. Quick guide to Birth and Death Records J M Taylor Ass't Marshal Name, Age, Sex, Color, Occupation, Value of Real Estate Owned, Place of Birth, Person over 20 years of age who cannot read or write John Wilkins, 39, Male, Mulatto, Farmer, NC, Person over 20 years of age who cannot read or write Sally Wilkins, 30, Female, Mulatto, NC Charity J Wilkins, 5, Female, Mulatto, NC Matthew J Wilkins, 4, Male, Mulatto, NC Jordan Wilkins, 1, Male, Mulatto, NC Crawford Wilkins, 0, Male, Mulatto, NC, Person over 20 years of age who cannot read or write Lucy Wilkins, 70, Female, Mulatto, NC, Person over 20 years of age who cannot read or write Lewis Wilkins, 30, Male, Mulatto, Farmer, NC Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place:, Nash, North Carolina; RollM432_638; Page: 257A; Image: 190. A W Bryant Ass't Marshal. Record Type The witness to the marriage was B H Sorsby, who may have been the county clerk who recorded the marriage, but I couldnt tell for sure, as the transcription of the record from Ancestry.com does not appear to be complete: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868 Groom: Asa Wilkins Bride: Marzilla Holland Bond Date: 5 Jan 1867 Bond #: 000087111 Marriage Date: 6 Jan 1867 Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868 Image Num: 003780 County: Nash Record #: 01 137 Bondsman: Greene Made his Mark Matt Witness: B H Sorsby (Clerk Performed By: G R Marshborn, Justice of the Peace Source Information: Ancestry.com. The searchable index is available free of charge. ____ Another example of a Wilkins family in the 1850 census is that of 51 year old Jarratt Wilkins. She was born 1725 in Isle of Wight Co. VA, and died 19 Feb 1792 in Nash Co. NC. Herrin, Cynthia. 96 SCHEDULE 1.-Free Inhabitants in Mannings Dist- in the County of Nash, State of N.C. enumerated by me, on this 10th day of July 1860. The children in the household, all born North Carolina, include 14 year old farm laborer James; 12 year old domestic servant, Mary L.; 7 year old William E.; 5 year old George P.; and 2 year old Emma Wilkins. The 1860 census shows the family of William Wilkins living in the Dortchess District of Nash County, with a Post Office address of Rockymount. Do not sell or share my personal information. It costs $850. 1909. Sally, also a mulatto, was born in North Carolina. The database contains over 30,000 names in a county that for much of this time period only contained about 9,000-10,000 people. North Carolina Birth, Marriage & Death Databasesare available to Ancestry.com subscribers or for free at libraries that provide access to Ancestry Library Edition. To find out I searched the 1860 slave schedules for anyone named Greene or Green in Nash County, but found that none had owned slaves in the county. Also in the household is 78 year old Sarah Vincent, born North Carolina, who is unable to read and write, and Serena Collins, 27 years old, and born in North Carolina. Name, Age, Sex, Color, Occupation, Value of Real Estate, Value of Personal Estate, Place of Birth, Attended School within the year, Person over 20 years of age who cannot read & write James Vincent, 58, Male, Farmer, $2500, $5,900, NC, Unable to read & write Sarah Vincent, 78, Female, NC, Unable to read & write Serena Collins, 27, Female, NC, Unable to read & write John Wilkins, 16, Male, Mulatto, NC ____ The 1860 slave schedules shows that a James W. Vincent, ofthe Mannings District, Nash County, North Carolina, owns one slave, an 80 year old black female. The first 4-H club in North Carolina is organized in Ahoskie as the Corn Club. Though the 1860 census does not give relationships of people in the household to one another, I would say that Caroline and Matthew were married. His birth year is listed as 1885. Mary Harrison, daughter of William Harrison and Cybil. North Carolina Marriage Collection, 1741-2004 - Index, some images. He is shown to be over 21 years of age and unable to read and write. Please enable JavaScript in your browser's settings to use this part of Geni. These are from North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868, and the North Carolina Marriage Collection, 1741-2004. The North Carolina Marriage Bonds show that the bond for their marriage was posted on 5 January 1867 and that they married the following day, 6 January. 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The 1860 census does not give the relations of people in the household, to the head of the household, but I would guess that Mary is the wife of John and that Allice and Harriet are their children. To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend that you upgrade to a newer version or install another browser. Description: This database is a distillation of vital records from the history of Nash County. Vital records (births/deaths) were not kept in North Carolina on a statewide basis before October 1913. State Archives of North Carolina The second and third sections are a compilation of biographical facts grouped by family. Geni requires JavaScript! He is shown to be a mulatto not able to read and write. In the same dwelling as George, but listed as being inseparate lodgings, is 48 year old Louisa Marshborn, who was likely Georges mother. Information contained in this database includes: Additional information such as social security number, birthplaces of parents, occupation, burial information (name and address of cemetery, and date buried), and cause of death may also be listed on the certificate and can be obtained by viewing the image. Granville Co., North Carolina naturalization papers, 1909-1929 Family History Library Hester Land Records. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000. Entries range from before 1800 up through the beginning of the twentieth century. She was born in North Carolina. Containing the names of over 30,000 county residents, it provides information regarding the individual's birth, parents, marriage, spouse, children, and death. Asa is shown to be a 50 year old mulatto working as a farmer. Here you'll find record collections, history, and genealogy resources to help you trace your North Carolina ancestors. Superior Court (Nash County) (Main Author) Notes: Microfilm of original records at the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh, North Carolina. Nash County, North Carolina Vital Records Abstracts [database on-line]. Contact information for all offices is available through theNorth Carolina Directory of State and County Officials Marriage bonds are available for about half of the counties, and some marriages may be found at the county level. North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-2004 Index;some entries include Index Images from microfilm copies of county death indexes. It seems from that record, which doesnt appear to be transcribed fully, that B H Scorsby was the Nash County clerk. microfilmed marriage registers and indexes Original data: Families of Early North Carolina. The census gives us a glimpse into the lives of Americans in 1940, with details about a households occupants that include birthplaces, occupations, education, citizenship, and income. You must also have either version 3.02 or higher of Family Tree Maker for Windows or Macintosh, or, version 3.02 or higher of the Family Archive Viewer. The following is the Nash County Vital Record Abstract for Marcella Holland, giving her birth year in Nash County as 1847. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Counties: 100 Nash County, North Carolina Vital Records Abstracts [database on-line]. Nash County, North Carolina Vital Records Abstracts [database on-line]. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was created. Post Office: Springhope. Description: This database is a distillation of vital records from the history of Nash County. 1909. Immediate Family Elinor Elizabeth Bunn wife Sarah Battle daughter Joel Bunn son Benjamin Bunn, Jr son Burwell Bunn son Willie Bunn son Margaret Bunn daughter Margaret Mary Bunn daughter Mary Bunn daughter William Bunn son Owen Bunn son Margaret Elizabeth Bunn wife About Benjamin Bunn, Sr. ____ I also found a marriage index for Asa Wilkins and Marsilla Holland at the Latter Day Saints (LDS) website at www.familysearch.org. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members. If the relative is a married daughter, the record will state her married name. 120 W. Washington Street. Source Information: Herrin, Cynthia. marriage bonds, 1741-1868 [not required by law] Dozens of small creeks and rivers worm through the coniferous forests and swamps that comprise the landscape. Containing the names of over 30,000 county residents, it provides information regarding the individual's birth, parents, marriage, spouse, children, and death. The 1790 enumeration is missing for Caswell, Granville, and Orange counties; the 1810 is missing the counties of Craven, Greene, New Hanover, and Wake, (though the information has been substituted in most publications with tax lists); and the 1820 is complete except for Currituck, Franklin, Martin, Montgomery, Randolph and Wake counties. Entries range from before 1800 up through the beginning of the twentieth century. However, unlike the previous abstract, this second one shows that he married Marzilla Holland in Nash County on 6 January 1867, and that they lived in Nash County: Nash County, North Carolina Vital Records Abstracts Name: Wilkins, Asa Birth Date: 1846 Birth Place: Nash CO., NC Marriage Date: 6 Jan 1867 Marriage Place: Nash CO., NC Spouse: Marzilla Holland Residence: Nash CO., NC Source Information: Herrin, Cynthia. Available in our reading room, and genealogy resources to help you trace your North Carolina from... 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