Andersons of Colonial N. Carolina

meant what they said, said what they meant

added a New Page… Occoneechee Neck Indian Traders

with 2 comments

See under Pages on the right…

I am beside myself with this map… it is the culmination of twenty years of plodding along finding leads here and there. But thanks to some advice from Traci the Librarian I have found the motherload of data I have not ever been privy to. I literally cannot find enough time to research all the leads I now have.

This area of Oconeechee Neck is a “ghost town” in the literal sense of the term. But compared to the ghost towns we are familiar with from the Cowboy era of the Old West, this area has left nary a trace… it is barren of any traces of the era. (that I know of). I have a link to a similar place near the Cashy River which may have a remnant or two of some old wooden bridges.

I will be updating this map as often as I can… fascinating stuff… loads of history, you know, true, actual history.

Written by anderson1951

July 4, 2021 at 3:15 pm

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  1. I would love to share the research I have on many of the families you are looking at.

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    joannepezzullo

    July 4, 2021 at 3:26 pm


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