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Saturday, May 24, 2014

The King Family of Flat Creek, North Carolina


Mud Creek Baptist Church, Flat Rock, N. C.
The King family of Hendersonville, North Carolina descend from Samuel King, a famous Revolutionary War Soldier who fought with the Continental Troops at Valley Forge.  Samuel King was buried in the old King Cemetery on Finley Cove Road in Hendersonville (a DAR marker was placed at the Mud Creek Baptist Church cemetery in Hendersonville).  The Mud Creek Cemetery is near Flat Rock in Henderson, North Carolina.   His sons were all born in Virginia and resided in Henderson, North Carolina, all having large families. One son, Benjamin, served as the pastor of the Mud Creek Baptist Church at Flat Rock.  The genealogy is available to members of North Carolina Pioneers


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Saturday, April 12, 2014

1.8 terabytes of genealogy!

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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

The Revolutionary War Soldier in your Family

The Revolutionary War Soldier in your Family (video)



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Friday, March 28, 2014

Samuel Kelly of Franklin, NC




Samuel L. Kelly was Mayor of the old historic town of Franklin, North Carolina in 1921. An brief article about him was featured in the Atlanta Constitution 20 May 1921.  Become a member of North Carolina Pioneers and find your ancestors.

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Friday, June 7, 2013

Finding ancestors before 1790 (video)


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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Edmund Fanning

Edmund Fanning was a native of New York and a close friend of Governor William Tryon.  He was an attorney and superior court judge of Orange County, also colonel in the militia and assemblyman from Orange.

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Governor Arthur Dobbs

The Royal Governor Arthur Dobbs of North Carolina originated from Ulster, Ireland when he applied for land grants at the head of the Cape Fear River upon which he intended to settle 120 persons who intended to have the potash trade, raise hemp and produce. The request was granted in in 1736 these people settled along the Black River on what is now Duplin County. Dobbs became governor in 1754.  He was active in attempting to set the church on a firm road to establishment, yet when he died in 1765 his funeral had to be conducted by a magistrate because a priest of the Church of England could not be found within a hundred miles. Source: Colonial North Carolina by Lefler and Powell.

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