Fourth Generation Inclusive

Historical Documents of Genealogical Interest to Researchers of North Carolina's Free People of Color

Surnames: Perquimans County, 1850.

ARMSTRONG, BAGLEY, BAINS, BARRINGTON, BRAYMOND, BLANCHARD, BOGIN, BOGUE, BOW, BOYCE, BURK, BUTLER, CAIL, COPELAND, COOPER, CORNELIUS, DEMPSEY, DOUGLASS, DOZIER, FAULKS, GREEN, HAMILTON, HASKET, HARE, JAMES, JENNINGS, JOHNSON, JONES, LANE, LAWRENCE, LIGHTFOOT, LILLY, MILTON, MODLIN, MOORE, MORRIS, MULLER, NEWBY, NIXON, NORFLEET, NOX, OVERTON, RANDOL, READ, ROBBINS, ROGERSON, ROOKS, RUD, SCOTT, SMITH, SPINNER, TOBSON, TRUEBLOOD, TURNER, WARD, WHITE, WINSLOW and WRIGHT.

Runaway bound boy, no. 4.

$10 Reward.  WILL be paid for the apprehension and delivery to me of HENRY ALONZO, a mulatto free boy, about 16 years of age.  He is bound to me as an apprentice.  I hereby forewarn all persons from harboring said boy.  H. WHALBY.  Fayetteville, Jan’y 1, 1864.

Fayetteville Observer, 11 January 1864.