Wayne County Apprentices, 1832-33.
by Lisa Y. Henderson
John Artis, 11, and Bryley Lane, 7, were bound to John Davis in 1832.
Possibly: in the 1850 census of North Side of Neuse, Wayne County, John Artis, 28, farmer, wife Seatha, 30, and children Sarah, 3, and Zachariah, 2.
John Capps, 6, and Joe Capps, [no age], were bound to James Everett in 1832.
In the 1850 census of South Side of Neuse, Wayne County: John Lane, 28, hireling, and wife Lany, 25, both born in Wayne County.
Henderson Gandy, 5, was bound to William Sauls in 1832.
In the 1860 census of Kinston, Lenoir County: Henderson Ganzey, 30, in the household of Bryan McCullin, livery operator.
Theo King, 5, was bound to Mark Smith in 1833.
In the 1850 census of North Side of Neuse, Wayne County: Theo. King, 22, farmhand, in the household of Major Smith, farmer.
John Green, 7, was bound to Lewis Howell in 1833.
Ben Reed, 2, and Washington Reed, 14, were bound to Nathan Davis, in 1833.
In the 1850 census of North Side of Neuse, Wayne County: Hillard Artice, 37, wife Vina, 24, and children Joshura, 15, Mary, 13, Sarah, 11, Elizabeth, 8, Isaac, 6, John, 5, Daniel, 3, and Hilliard, 8 months, plus Benjamin Read, 20, farmhand. Also, Washington Read, 28, farmhand, with wife Pinnina, 25, and daughter Lewiser, 2 months.
Sherard Hagans, 16, and Needham Hagans, 6, were bound to Exum Pike in 1833.
Calvin Hagans, 10, and William Hagans, 16, were bound to Council Bryan in 1833.
In the 1850 census of North Side of Neuse: Sarah Hagans, 30; Eliza Hagans, 5; James Warren, 35, distiller, born Virginia; and Calvin Hagans, 24.
Stephen Mitchell, 8, and Warren Mitchell, 7, were bound to Bunyon Barnes in 1833.
Mary Reed, 2, was bound to [blank] in 1833.
Larkin Hagans was bound to David Bardin in 1833.
Hannah Locus and Daniel Locus, both 5, were bound to Tobias Musgrove in 1833.
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