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Currituck County was formed in 1668 from Albemarle.
For those who don't know, Currituck County was the
early county that incorporated the entire seaboard area between
Albemarle Sound and Pamlico Sound. In 1729/1739 the top portion
became Tyrrell and in 1745 the bottom became Hyde. Later, in 1870
the Tyrrell part from the Alligator River to the sound along with the
outer banks islands became Dare County.
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Coastal Carolina Indian Center
[Work in Progress]
Free People of Color - by County - 1790 Federal Census
A cross-reference using surnames, known names of Indian families, and historic
In researching Indian ancestry,
it's important to note that for a variety of reasons in history (usually
economic or socio-political), Indian people were often recorded as any race
other than Indian. Sometimes "White," other times "Black,"
or "Negro," and other times "Free Person of Color,"
"Colored," or "Mulatto."
The entries below have been taken from transcriptions of the 1790 Federal
Census for several eastern North Carolina counties. The notes in the right
column correlate to the 1790 county/family names to the left. Known Indian
villages are given with modern-day equivalent town names, as well as any
surnames that appear as "Other Free" on the 1790 census that are
surnames also found amongst known Indians in documents (deeds, court records,
Please keep in mind that just because someone is of a particular surname that
has at some point been associated with a particular tribe DOES NOT NECESSARILY
mean that the person was of that tribe. It is necessary to establish a
"preponderance of evidence" before making the assumption that someone
was of a particular Indian nation.
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North Carolina Taxpayers, 1679-1790. Vol. 2 (Source: Ancestry.com)
Charles BARBER - Currituck County 1715
John BARBER - Currituck County 1715
Benjamin BENNETT - Currituck County 1715
Jesse BENNETT orphan of Jno. - Currituck County 1715
John BENNETT - Currituck County 1715
Joseph BENNETT - Currituck County 1715
Ann BRIGHT orphan - Currituck County 1715
Ann BRIGHT guardian Silas - Currituck County 1715
Charles BRIGHT orphan - Currituck County 1715
Charles BRIGHT guardian Silas - Currituck County 1715
Henry BRIGHT Jr. - Currituck County 1715
Henry BRIGHT Sr. - Currituck County 1715
Henry BRIGHT orphan of Henry - Currituck County 1715
Keziah BRIGHT - Currituck County 1715
Richard BRIGHT Jr. - Currituck County 1715
Richard BRIGHT Sr. - Currituck County 1715
Richard BRIGHT son of Henry - Currituck County 1715
James BROWN (BROWNE?) - Currituck County 1715
James CARRON Jr. - Currituck County 1715
James CARRON Sr. - Currituck County 1715
James CARRON - Currituck County 1715
John CARRON - Currituck County 1715
John DIXSON (DIXON?) - Currituck County 1715
John EVANS - Currituck County 1715
Henry GIBBS - Currituck County 1715
John HARRIS - Currituck County 1715
Wm LEARY - Currituck County 1715
James MANN - Currituck County 1715
John MANN - Currituck County 1715
James MARTIN - Currituck County 1715
Wm NICHOLAS - Currituck County 1715
Wm RUSSELL - Currituck County 1715
Thomas SCOTT - Currituck County 1715
Wm SCOTT - Currituck County 1715
Samuel SIMMONS - Currituck County 1715
Thomas SIMMONS - Currituck County 1715
Jeremiah SMITH - Currituck County 1715
John SMITH free negro - Currituck County 1715
Richard SMITH - Currituck County 1715
Sarah SMITH - Currituck County 1715
Thomas SPENCER (SPENSER?) - Currituck County 1715
Thomas SWANN - Currituck County 1715
Wm SWANN - Currituck County 1715
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North Carolina Taxpayers, 1679-1790. Vol. 2 (Source: Ancestry.com)
Thomas TAYLOR Jr. - Currituck County 1715
Thomas TAYLOR Sr. - Currituck County 1715
John WARREN - Currituck County 1715
Josiah WHITE - Currituck County 1715
Luke WHITE - Currituck County 1715
Malachi WHITE orphan of Malachi - Currituck County 1715
Elizabeth WILLIAMS - Currituck County 1715
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Abstracts of Wills and Other Records, Currituck and Dare Counties, North Carolina (1663-1850) (Source: Ancestry.com)
Currituck Precinct Deeds Prior to 1725:
Ann BARBER (1711)
Charles BARBER (1703)
John BENNETT (1701)
John BROOKS, Jr. (1709)
Robert DANIEL, Lieut Gov (1704)
Thomas EVANS (1709)
David JONES (1708)
Edward JONES (1713)
Edward JONES, Sr. (1696)
Francis JONES (1704)
Hester JONES (1713)
James JONES (1713)
John JONES, Cordwinder (1709)
Ambros MACCOY (MC COY?) (1705)
James MARTIN (MARTYN?) (1705)
Mary MARTIN (MARTYN?) (1708)
Thomas POLLOCK (1696)
William POWELL Nunce River (1709)
Margaret RUSSELL (1711)
William RUSSELL (1708)
Jeremiah SMITH (1713)
Richard SMITH (1709)
Samuel SWANN (1696)
Edward TAYLOR (1703)
Elizabeth TAYLOR (1719)
Esther TAYLOR (1719)
Hester TAYLOR (1713)
Thomas TAYLOR (1709)
Francis TOMS (1696)
Henry WHITE (1718)
Ledia Church WHITE (1718)
Luke WHITE (1709)
Solomon WHITE (1708)
Elizabeth WILLIAMS (1709)
Mary WILLIAMS (1706)
Thomas WILLIAMS (1706)
William WILLIAMS (1704)
ADDENDA - NOT INDEXED:
Benjamin BENNETT (1712)
Thomas BENNETT (1696)
Thomas COX (1696)
Francis FARROW (1716)
Mr. Richard HARRIS (1696)
Richard JONES (1690)
Capt. Thomas RUSSELL (1685)
Stephen SCOTT (1713)
William SWANN (1707)
William WALLIS (1705)
Mr. Patrick WHITE (1682)
Currituck County, Deed Book 3 – This book holds recopied deeds, the oldest deeds of the county, and the ones before the 1729/1739 formation of Tyrrell and the 1745 incorporation of the southern part of Currituck into Hyde.
NOTE: Deed Book 3 begins in the 1730's, meanders backwards and forwards in time to the 1710's and 1750's, and then jumps abruptly into the first years of the nineteenth century. It contains the oldest group of deeds, which were recopied by the register and so noted. The recopying of the oldest deeds in Deed Book 3 resulted in the misinterpretation of the date of writing, presenting, and recording in the deeds. The reader will see that from time to time the dates of presentation in court are later than those of the original recording. One solution to this involves the practice of observing the old calendar versus the new. For instance, in Deed Bk. 3, pg. 13, it lists the dates as 19 Nov 1739, 1 Jan 1739 and 26 Mar 1739. The most reasonable explanation for this discrepancy is that the two latter dates should be written 1739/40, a facet of dating that was ignored by the nineteenth century clerks who recopied these deeds. At times, however, there is no explanation for a discrepancy in the sequencing of dates. Such must be attributed to scribal error. [A note at the beginning of the book says]: According to note p. 22 the below were copied herein in 1800. The middle of this book pp. 86 to 123 contains the earliest deeds of record in this county. They date from 1696 to 1713. The beginning from 1735 to 1740. The end from 1796 to 1805. Book two has 1761 to 1790 with a few re-recorded 1704 etc. deeds as on pp. 327 and 416 (1719).
RJE note – all instances of the word Indian (except Indian corn) extracted.
[Deed Book 3, pg. 1] John SQUIRES to George TURNER. April 9, 1739. £20. Land on Marrismonkeete on the No. side of Weesockin Creek...500 acres...Beg. at a gut on David JONES' line rinning up the main creek to the head from thence a North course to a sweet gum thence an easterly to the back of a Grate Savanah then to the first station. /s/ John (x) SQUIRES, Charles (x) EDEN. Wit: Saml. STOW, James (x) POYNER, John BROOKS. Acknowledged in open court by John SQUIRES Indian King with Charles EDEN unto George TURNER. Registered June 21, 1739.
[Deed Book 3, pg. 3] John SQUIRES & Charles EDEN to Morris JONES. April 3, 1739. John SQUIRES King of Aramateskeete Indians. £12 Virginia money. 100 acres...from the head of Seeder Creek to the head of the lone Creek running a South East course. /s/ John (x) SQUIRES, Charles (x) EDEN. Wit.: Thos. LOWTHER, Saml. SIMMONS. Acknowledged April 3, 1739. Registered June 28, 1739.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 3-4] John SQUIRES to David JONES. April 4, 1738/39. John SQUIRES King of Arramaskeete. £50 current money of Great Brittin. Land lying at Arramuskeet...beginning at a small gut binding upon Saml. STOW & running as the main creek to a small creek called Strahorn from thence to a small servana running up to the head of the creek...250 acres. /s/ John (x) SQUIRES, Charles (x) EDEN. Wit: Nicholas LUND, Saml. STOW. Ack. April 3, 1739. Registered June 28, 1739.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 4-5] John SQUIRES to Saml. STOW. John SQUIRES King of Arramaskeet Indians & Charles EDEN. £20 Sterling. Land...on the North East side of Weesocking Creek & so along the said creek to the first gut that turns out upon the sd. Creek and from thence back to a water oake and from thence to the head of Cedar Creek including all the land within the said bounds. /s/ John (x) SQUIRES, Charles (x) EDEN. Wit: Thos. LOWTHER, Saml. SIMMONS. Ack. April 3, 1739. Reg. June 28, 1739.
[Deed Book 3, pg. 6] John SQUIRES to David JONES. Jan. 15, 1738/39. John SQUIRES King of the Arramaskeet Indians. £20 current money of North Carolina. 300 acres. Lying...on the south side of Rattel snake homack creek and binding on the other side with the land of the afsd. JONES. /s/ John (x) SQUIRES. [No witnesses listed]. Acknowledged April 3, 1739. Registered June 28, 1739.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 18-19] John SQUIRES, King and Charles SQUIRES by and with the consent of the Aramoskeet Indians, sold to Joshua WALLS of Currituck Co., for £20 current money of North Carolina, a parcel of land lying in Hogg Island Bay commonly known by the name of Mount Pleasant. Beginning at a large pine that was marked by the white folks and the Indians, running across the ridge to the Swamp and so along the Swamp Side containing 200 acres, more or less. This deed was made April 3, 1740. /s/ John [S] SQUIRES; Charles [S] SQUIRES. Witnesses: William SHERGOLD; William PARKER. Registered June 17, 1740.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 20-21] Alexander LEFTYEAR to Enoch MILLER. July 1, 1738. North Carolina Currituck County. I Alexander LEFTYEAR for £80 to me in hand paid by Enoch MILLER. A parcell of land lying in Currituck prect. Being fifty acres out of the two hundred acres of land I bought of Mr. Richd. SANDERSON, fifty acres more or less, begining at a black oake a corner tree binding on the Indians line and from thence to a forked pine standing in the edge of a sevenah and from thence to a sweet gum binding on Momele? LEFTYEARs line and the main road. /s/ Alexander LEFYEAR. Wit: John BEMBERIGE SENR., John BEMBERIGE. Acknowledged 3 day of Apr. 1740.
[Deed Book 3, pg. 22] John SQUIRES, King of the Mattamuskeet Indians and Charles SQUIRES to Jacob FARROW. April 2, 1740. £100 for 400 acres of land lying and being in Aramoskeet in Currituck Co. beginning at William BROWNINGs line and running northward to Joshua WALLS' line and ending at the Sypries Swamp Creek. /s/ John [S] SQUIRES. Wit: Cornelius JONES; Thomas DUDLEY. Registered June 26, 1740.
[Deed Book 3, pg. 23] John & Charles SQUIRES to William BROWNING. June 24, 1739. John SQUIRES and Charles SQUIRES by and with the free and willing consent of all the rest of the Mormeskeet Indians in the county of Currituck and province of North Carolina of the one part and William BROWNING of the other part of the afsd. county and province. For the sum of £10 sterling money of Great Britian. Land lying and being on Mormoskeet afsd. upon hogg Island on a ridge commonly called the English Mount Pleasent lying on the south end of a ridge begining at a grate poine tree marked by the Indians and from thence on east containing estimation five hundred acres of land. /s/ John SQUIRES and Charles SQUIRES. Wit: Wm. SHERGOLD, T. LOWTHER. Acknowledged the 3 day of April 1740. Registered 26 day of June 1740.
[Deed Book 3, pg. 24] Jacob FARROW to Charles SQUIRES. April 2, 1740. I Jacob FARROW for the sum of £100 lawfull money to me in hand paid by Charles SQUIRES Indian of Arrowmuskeet in the county of Currituck in the province afsd.. Two hundred acres of land lett the same be more or less lying and being on Hatteras Banks in the county and province afsd. and bounded as followeth that is to say begining at the North side of the cutting sedge marsh as is by the house that Vallintine WALLIS built on the said banks so runing to the sound side and so back to the first station. /s/ Jacob FARROW. Wit: Cornelius JONES, Thos. DUDLEY. Registered the 22 day of Aug. 1740.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 24-26] John DURANT to John CARRONE. I John DURING King of the Opim Indians and of Currituck County for £750 starling money of Greate Brittian in hand paid to me by Capt. John CARRONE of the same province and county afsd. the recipt whereof I do hereby with consent of the governor and counsill acknowledge my self there with fully satisfied and paid. A parcell of land on the North River on the in the county afsd. begining according to the courses of the patent bearing date Oct. 1714 containing five thousand acres by the same more or less excepting fifty acres to be laid out of the said qantaty [quanity] on this corner of the eastmost line. And I John DURANT with the consent of governor and counsell by order baring the twenty second of day Feb. 1739 for myself and the rest of the Nation do covenant promise and grant to and with the said John CARRON. /s/ John [his mark] DURANT, James [his mark] BARBER, Thos. [his mark] DURANT. Wit: Andrew DUKE, John LURRY, Edw. COX. Acknowledged 7 day of Oct. 1740. Registered 9 Jan. 1740 [should be 1741].
Know all men by these presents that wee John DURANT King of the eopim Indians and Thos. DURANT my son and James BARBER Indian of the same Nation and county afds. held firmly unto Capt. John CARON of the said county and province asfd. in the full and trust sum of £1500 sterling money of Grate Britian to be paid unto the said John CARON his heirs Execs. Adms. or assigns or certain attorney to which payment will and truly to be made and done wee bind our selves our heirs Execs. Adms. firmly by these presents. /s/ John [his mark] DURANT, Thos. [his mark] DURANT, Thomas [his mark] BARBER. This above Bond form John DURANT Indian King was acknowledged in open court to Capt. John CARRON and at the prayer of the said CARON it was ordered to be registered. Test: Wm. SHERGOLD, Clk. court. Registered 14 day of Dec. 1740.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 27-28] John DURANT to Edward TAYLOR. November 27, 1740. Both of Currituck. Edward TAYLOR listed as planter. John DURANT is listed as the King of the Yowpinn Indians. Twenty-two pounds, ten shillings current money of Virginia. Fifty acres in Currituck. Bounded by corner of Jeremiah STEPHENS plantation; Land now in possession of said Edward TAYLOR by virtue of a lease to him thereof made by the said John DURANT bearing the date the day of November (sic) one thousand seven hundred and thirty-one and is also part of a bigger tract of land formerly granted unto the King of the Yeopim Indians by patent bearing date of October, 1704. /s/ John (his x mark) DURANT. Wit: T. LOWTHER, Elizabeth (her x mark) TAYLOR. Acknowledged in open court January 1740 [sic]. Registered February 10.
[Deed Book 3, pg. 28] John SQUIRES & Charles EDEN to Wateman EMEREY. Oct. 9, 1740. John SQUIRES king of the Aromoskeete Indians and Charles EDEN for in consideration of the sum of £100 lawfull money of the afsd. province to us in hand paid by Wateman EMEREY. 640 acres of land and bounded as followeth, Begining at the mouth of Back Creek runing a mile west southwest corse then along pampleco sound to seader bush creek then from the creek a mile. /s/ John [his mark] SQUIRES. Wit: Thos. LOWTHER, Andrew DUKE. Registered the 14 day of Feb 1740 [sic].
[Deed Book 3, pg. 30] John SQUIRES & Charles EDEN to James BAKER. Jan. 28, 1740. Know yee that we John SQUIRES King of the Arrowmoskets Indians and Charles EDEN for in consideration of the sum of £8 Virginia money paid by James BAKER of the afsd. province. 200 acres of land bounded as followeth: begining at the south side of Back creek then runing west south west through the woods into a servanah then runing North to another servanath then runing an east course to pampleco sound side. /s/ John [his mark] SQUIRES. Wit: Thos. LOWTHER, Henry GIBS JUNR. Registered 16 Feb. 1740.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 32-33] John SQUIRES & Charles EDEN to Joseph PERSONS. Apr. 3, 1739. We John Squires King of Aromoskeet Indians and Charles Eden for the sum of £11 lawfull money of North Carolina to us paid by Joseph PESSONS [sic], for two hundred acres of land and bounded, begining at marked pine upon a ridge called Mountplesent so runing across the ridge to a marked sweet gum then runing from the said sweet gum a south east corse to complete two hundred acres. /s/ John [his mark] SQUIRES, Charles [his S mark] EDEN. Wit: T. LOWTHER, Saml. STOW. Acknowledged 3 day of April 1739. Registered 28 day of June 1739.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 34-35] John SQUIRES & Charles EDEN to Thos. LOWTHER. Apr. 3, 1739. I John SQUIRES King and Charles EDEN of Aromoskeet Indians for the sum of £30 good and lawfull money paid by Thos. LOWTHER. A certain tract of land lying and being part of the Indian Town old field of Aromoskeete and joying on John DISEOR line on one side to the north and bounded to the south side with marked popler next to the sound side and thence runing from the said popler towards the lake a stright course including all the land within said bounds. /s/ John [his mark] SQUIRES, Charles [his mark] EDEN. Wit: Saml. SIMMONS, Saml. STOW. Registered 1 Day of Nov. 1739.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 35-36] John SQUIRES to John SIMONS. Apr. 4, 1739. I John SQUIRES King of Marremoskeet Indians for the sum of £50 current money paid John SIMONS the county of Norfolk in Virginia. A certain percel of land lying between old arromoskeete and new arromoskeete lying between the seader hamock binding on Wm. SPENCERs the westmost part of the creek containing 300 acres more or less. /s/ John [his mark] SQUIRES. Wit: Nickles LUND, David JONES. Acknowledged the 3 day of Apr. 1739. Registered 1 Nov. 1739.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 38-39] July 2, 1739. John SQUIRES King of the Arramuskeet Indians with the advice and consent of John MACKEY and Long TOM in the County of Currituck and in the province of North Carolina the one party and Henry GIBBS of Currituck on the other for £100 Land on a ridge called the Indian Ridge. No names listed as adjoining landholders. /s/John [his x mark] SQUIRES. Wit: John TAYLOR, James [his x mark] BAKER. This above deed was acknowledged in open court by John TAYLOR one of the subscribing evidences the second day of October 1739 unto Henry GIBBS. Registered November 27, 1739.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 40-41] Joseph SANDERSON to Henry JARVIS. Jan. 5, 1735/6. Capt. Joseph SANDERSON of the prect of Currituck in the provence of No. Carolina of the one party and Henry JARVIS of the prect. and province afsd. of the other part. For five shillings current money of Virginia paid by Henry JARVIS. One plantation situate lying and being on the north east side of No. River in the prect. afsd. called by the name of Drapers Begining at a read oak jouning to a branch which devidth the said land and the Indian Town thence into the woods No. twenty two degrees east three hundred and twenty pole thence so. eighteen degrees east two hundred poles thence south seventy two degrees west three hundred twenty poles to the river side thence along the said river north eighteen degrees west two hundred poles to the first station containing four hundred acres. /s/ Jos. SANDERSON. Wit: Francis MORSE, Dayley LATTER.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 71-72] John PALIN to Joseph SANDERSON. Oct. 7, 1735. John PALIN of Pasquotank prect. and provenace afsd. guardian by lawfull authority ordered and appointed unto Grissell BULL and rest of the Coeheirs of Charles BULL late of the same place decd. I John PALIN in the quality afsd and for and in consideration to ten barrels of pork to me in hand for the use of the said coeheirs of the said Charles BULL by Joseph SANDERSON of Currituck prect. and province afsd., for the consideration of a mortgage made by the said James ROE, pewterer, unto the said Charles BULL for a certain piece of land lying on poles point [Powells Point] in Currituck prect. near the Indian Town containing four hundred acres called and known by the name of DRAPERs as by the said mortgage deed bearing date the 6 day of Apr. 1726 may appear the recipt where of I do hereby acknowledge and do hereby acquit and discharge the said James ROE and the said Joseph SANDERSON from the consideration of the mortgage deed as asfd. hath released and forever quit claim and in and by these presents in behalf of the said coeheirs of the said Charles BULL doth fully clearly and absolutely release and for ever quit claim unto the said Joseph SANDERSON assignes of James ROE in his full and peacably possession. /s/ J. PALIN. Wit: James CRAVEN, John DAVIS. No. Carolina Currituck at a court Oct. 1735 Acknowledged in open court by John PALIN unto Joseph SANDERSON Esqr. and was ordered registered.
[Deed Book 3, pg. 75] John SQUIRES to William SPENCER JUNR. Sept. 27, 1731. John SQUIRES King of the aromattskeet Indians with the advice and consent of John MACKEY and Long TOM in the prect of Currituck and in the county of Albemarle and in the province of No. Carolina of the one part and William SPENCER JUNR. of the prect. and county and province above said the other part. We John SQUIRES, Long TOM and John MACKEY for the sum of £20 good lawfull money of the province of No. Carolina. Land situate lying and being in the province of North Carolina on the north side old aromattskeet creek commonly known by the name of the table of pine creek containing by estimation one hundred and forty acres be the same more or less, begining at the head of the said afsd. creek and thence runing a westerly course to the head of the main creek. Total cost £180 of No. Carolina to be paid later. /s/ John [his mark] SQUIRES. Wit: John SOLLEY, Henry GIBBS. John SQUIRES acknowledged the within deed the 5th July 1737.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 76-77] John SQUIRES to William SPENCER JUNR.& Henry GIBBS. May 14, 1737. John SQUIRES King of the Aromattskeet Indians and with the and consent of John MACKIE and long TOM in the prect. of old Currituck and in the county of Albemarle and in the province of North Carolina of the one parties and Wm. SPENCER and Henry GIBBS of the prect. and county and province above said of the other part. We afsd. John SQUIRES King with John MACKIE and long TOM for the sum of £20 of good and lawfull money of North Carloina. Land situate lying and being in the provnce of North Carolina and on the north side of new aromattskeet creek begining at a marked gum standing near the head of the said creek and runing from thence north 320 perches then east 320 then south 320 perches to the said creek then runing up along with the said creek containing by estimation six hundred and forty acres be the same more or less. John SQUIRES, John MACKIE and long TOM their heirs doth covenant and agree to and with him the said Wm. SPENCER and Henry GIBBS his heirs exec. and assigns forever in the full and just sum of £180 good lawfull money of North Carolina to be paid on demand on the nonperformance of this present writing indenture. /s/ John [his mark] SQUIRES. Wit: John TAYLOR, Henry GIBBS JUNR. In Court Tuesday, July 5, 1737.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 126-127] Doctor John ROBERTSON to Jeremiah MERCER JUNR. Jan. 17, 1801. Docr. John ROBERTSON of the County of Currituck and State of North Carolina of the one part and Jeremiah MERCER JUNR. of the County and State afsd. for the sum of five hundred and fifty one and a quarter dollars paid by Jeremiah MERCER JUNR. a certain peice of land lying and being in said county, begining at a gum stump in the road Indian line Jeremiah MERCER SENR. corner up his line n. 17 degrees e. 10 chains n. 14 degrees e. 18 chains and 10 links. n. 89 degrees w. 14 chains , to an ash corner in Saml. FEREBEEs line along his line southerly to the road Indian line along the same s. 74 e. 12 chains and 30 links to the first station containing 361/3 acres. /s/ John ROBERTSON. Wit: Jacob PERKINS, Geo. FEREBEE. Registered Apr. 1, 1801.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 137-138] Isles & Nancy SIMMONS to Joseph GREGORY. Feb. 22, 1800. Isles SIMMONS and Nancy his wife of the County of Currituck and State of North Carolina of the one part and Joseph GREGORY of the County and State afsd. for the sum of £1000 currency of said state paid by Joseph GREGORY for a tract of land lying and being in said county of Currituck near Indian Town butted and bounded, beginning at Sams run Bridge thence eastwardly along the main road to the edge of the swamp binding on Griffith DAUGEs line thence east binding on said DAUGESs line to a corner gum thence a southwesterly binding on William NIAVILLS and the heirs of William FEREBEE JUNR. line to Sams run thence northerly finding on said run to the first station containing 200 acres. /s/ Isles SIMMONS, Nancy [x] SIMMONS. Wit: S. FEREBEE, Richd. GREGORY. Registered Apr. 4, 1801.
[Deed Book 3, pg. 171] Daniel PARR to Dennis DOZIER. May 9, 1799. Daniel PARR of the County of Currituck and State of North Carolina of the one part and Dennis DOZIER of the County and State afsd. For the sum of three hundred silver dollars paid by Dennis DOZIER for land in the county afsd. it being first agreed on between them lying and being on the Indian Ridge adjoining of Willoughby DAUGE SENR. on the northward side and Jacob PERKINS on the southeast and the heirs of James HUTCHINS on the southwest and by Capt. Josiah PARR on the west side containing of 33 acres more or less. /s/ Daniel PARR. Wit: Joseph FEREBEE, Ephriam JARVIS. Registered Sept. 28, 1801.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 172-173] Jacob PERKINS to Dennis DAUGE. June 9, 1798. Jacob PERKINS of the County of Currituck and State of North Carolina of the one part and Dennis DAUGE of the County and State afsd. For the sum of eighty silver dollars paid by Dennis DAUGE, land lying and being in the county afsd. it being first agreed on the line straightened between them begining at the main road at the mouth of a ditch across Indian ridge and the line between us thence runing south eighty eight degrees east twelve chain to an Elem thence continued on the same course twenty two chain to the center of three trees a gum and two ash in the run thence down the run north three degrees west six chain and forty five links to a poplar an old line tree thence along that old line south forty eight degrees west two and a half chain to a sweet gum then south thirty eight degrees west two chain to a sweet gum stump then north seventy degrees west one and three quarter chain to a poplar then north seventy two degrees west four chain to a white oak then north seventy degrees west two chain to dead white oak then north seventy one degrees west three and one quarter chain to a black gum a corner then south fifty five degrees west ten chain to the elem mentioned in the straight line containing eight acres more or less. /s/ Jacob PERKINS. Wit: Samuel FEREBEE, Epharim JARVES. Registered Sept. 28, 1801.
[Deed Book 3, pgs. 257-258] Thomas P. WILLIAMS to John WILLIAMS both of Currituck Co. May 25, 1802. For the sum of two hundred dollars. One half a lot or piece of land and warf on the east side of the main road leading to Indian Town bridge begining at a black walnut tree forked in HUMPHRIES line near the main road and with the road to Indian Town bridge thence down the North river to John HUMPHRIES line and with the said HUMPHRIES line to the first station containing 10 acres. /s/ T. P. WILLIAMS. Wit: John HUMPHRIES, Homey? FEREBEE. Registered July 1, 1802.
[Deed Book 3, pg. 279] Grant to Major CLARK. Grant #212. Nov. 30, 1801. We for the sum of fifty shillings for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our treasury by Major CLARK. Land containing 62 acres on Cape Hatteras Banks, Begining at a live oak on Stephen BROOKS line thence running south five east twenty eight and a half chain to a bay tree at George CLARKs patent line thence south seventy one west twenty four and a half chain to the Indian patent thence north five west twenty chain to land belonging to the heirs of Henry CLARK thence south sixty seven east nine and a half chains to a cedar stake thence north five west eighteen chains to a cedar stake in the back marsh thence to the beginning. Yielding such sums of money yearly or otherwise as our general assembly from time to time may direct, provided always that the said grantee shall cause this grant to be registered in the registers office of our said county of Currituck within twelve months from the date here of. /s/ B. WILLIAMS. Registered Aug. 11, 1802.