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John Nelson

Pasquotank County

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Pasquotank County

100 East Colonial Avenue

Elizabeth City, North Carolina,27909

United States

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In 1742 John and Mary Carraway sold to John Nelson 800a n side of Neuse, n side of Powells Cr where Richard Smith lived, patented In 1724 by Richard Smith. (This property was named Hickory Point.) In 1742 John and Mary Carraway sold to John Nelson 800a n side of Neuse, n side of Powells Cr where Richard Smith lived, patented In 1724 by Richard Smith. (This property was named Hickory Point.) Dawson Esqr, James Edmondson, James Carraway, Thomas and John Nelson, Charles Chenwolf, and John Bryan were appointed a jury to lay the road below Wm Bryan's plantation In 1742 Richard Lovett witnessed receipt of #700 paid by John Nelson, Jr. of Pasquotank to John and Margaret Carraway for 800 acres (called Hickory Point) on n side of the Neuse.In 1742 John West witnessed a deed of John Carraway to John Nelson, Jr. for 800 acres on Powells Cr., named Hickory Point.


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