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Carrow Surname 

FTDNA 181135

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Genealogy Form


1.  Your kit number __181135______________________________________


2.  Your name __Living_____________________________


3.  Why did you join the Lost Colony project?


4.  How is your Y-line DNA line connected to the colonists, the surnames, Native people or the location?

My Great Father was Named Edward Bowman Carrow  he was married to Gracie Boyd/Trip she was know to be part black and part Native


5.  Please provide a brief writeup (2 paragraphs to one page in length) on your line that has DNA tested!  I just did my Y line my GG Dad was born in 1812 . I been told by several members in my family that  he came across the water.  So far I only did the 12 marker I will be doing more soon.


6.  Mini-Genealogy From Participant to Oldest Ancestor (complete form below)


Completing the form below, enter the current generationís name in line 1 and add each generation on subsequent lines through your oldest ancestor.  You donít need to provide personal info for living individuals, just a placeholder name.   For living people, donít include the maiden name of the spouse.



Ancestorís Birth Name

Birth Date

Death Date

Birth Location

Death Location

Other Residence

Spouses Name with Birth-Death Info







Daniel T Carrow

June 1928


Washington, NC

Newark NJ


Mamie Ruth Williams Nov 20 1926 ĖMarch 23,1990


Herny Carrow


Jan 1944

Choco NC



Molly Staton  1884-1964


Edward Bowman Carrow



Hyde county



Gracie Boyd/tTripp  1830


His father
























































































7.  Do you have a family website that includes this line?  If so, please provide the link.


8.  Do you have research items such as papers you may have written, deeds youíve extracted or other historical or genealogical documents to contribute?  If so, paste here or send separately.


Will Send separetely



9.  Do you have history to share?  This could be a family story or history of the area.  If so, paste here or send separately.


Will Send separetle


10.  Are you willing to have your e-mail address and first name listed as a contact for your kit?  If so, what is the e-mail you want listed? 


11.  Are you willing to be a coordinator or resource for any of the Lost Colony surnames?  If so, which ones?

Wish I could Iím heading to Grad School.


We are working to be sure that everyone who should be included in the Lost Colony, is in fact included, and that folks who donít have a potential link to the colonists have the opportunity to join a project more suited to their needs.  


If possible, please reply within the next week or so.


Thank you very much,


Roberta Estes

Lost Colony Project Volunteer Administrator


PS Ė I have periodically had problems with my e-mail.  If you send me information and do not hear from me, please resend or try my alternate address at  Nelda Percival, our webmistress, who is working with this data is at






Additional info:


Hi Roberta,

Her my Mom side, I'll send you what I have. I fill out your sheet later but here we go.


My mother told me once and once that the family was souin/black foot.

Her grandparent on her father side were Haywood William and Mary Jane Atkinson.  I been told that both were half.  As for my mother's mother the line goes like this starting with my Mom  


Mamie Ruth Williams 1926-1990

Clara Jone Williams 1905-1969

Lou Isler 1865-?


These women are from Falkland, Pitt Co., NC.


I maybe able once I get down to NC this  Nov. My cousin has at least three photo albums.

I know my Mom family is of mix race because I seen the photo's. I think there's once of my aunt annie in Native attire.  I hope his helps.  I will fill out your form soon.


Also it appears that Mom and all of sibling marry other families that blended with Native stock.






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