Andersons of Colonial N. Carolina

meant what they said, said what they meant

another “Footnote” Anderson…

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I have no basis in fact to associate this “witness” to Robert Anderson of Cashy River even though Robert possibly had a grandson named Andrew… it is all probably a coincidence.

So I won’t.

GEORGE CREMOR of ye County of Lower Norfolk . . . Book 4 f 67. dated 21 June 1679. proved 16 Oct. 1679.. . . unto my Eldest sone James Cremor . . . one halfe ye Carpenters tooles … ye age of one and twenty yeares . . . . . . to my youngest sone Jno. Cremor four head of female catle … & ye other halfe of my Carpenters tooles when he shall accomplish ye age of one & twenty . . . . . . unto Ann Cremor my wife . . . Sole Exequetrix. . . my trusty frends Wm Chichester & Jno. Williams and Samuel Milicent . . . Overseers . . . witnesses: Edward Hews.   Andrew Anderson.

George Cremor & Seale

Written by anderson1951

February 9, 2011 at 8:59 pm

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