Andersons of Colonial N. Carolina

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concerning “the problem Pitman”…

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This seems to be him in 1797:

Edge. Co. Db 9, page 335, deed date 25 Mar 1797, recorded Feb Ct 1800, John Haywood, Raleigh, NC to Michael Williams, Edge. Co for $250, a tract on the west side of Deloachs Branch containing (220) acres being part of a tract which Joseph Pitman presently lives & being the whole of the land belonging to the said Haywood on the west side of Deloachs Branch except that part where Joseph Pitman lives, containing 25 acres, signed John Haywood, wit S. Haywood, John Hudson. Abstracted 9-27-06, NCA film C.037.40009, CTC.

This area was a mile or three from where William Anderson moved in 1787 from the Swift Creek plantation (which he evidently left to his son William).


Written by anderson1951

December 1, 2010 at 1:40 am

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