Andersons of Colonial N. Carolina

meant what they said, said what they meant

a political rant… forgive me

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Now that the odious and despicable Democrats have foolishly violated the Fourth Amendment right of Donal Trump by illegally…

and unconstitutionally exposing his tax returns…

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things …

I want to see the tax returns of:

Nancy Pelosi, Mitch McConnel, Hillary and Bill Clinton, Barack Obama and the sitting oaf in office Joe Biden.

Let the fun begin… yeehaw!

Written by anderson1951

December 31, 2022 at 6:33 am

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  1. The question is whether Ducky had a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy as to his tax returns?
    Commonly Courts will determine Reasonable by a two-pronged test;
    Whether citizen exhibited a subjective expectation of privacy and
    Whether that expectation is one that society accepts as objectively reasonable.



    December 31, 2022 at 12:19 pm

  2. Tax returns are sacrosanct. Or were, up till now. Those are 4th Amendment “papers”.
    Per the Constitution he had complete Expectation of Privacy.
    A citizen can volunteer his/her returns if they so desire but cannot be compelled.
    But then, according to the IRS we are “taxpayers” as opposed to “citizens”.



    December 31, 2022 at 12:33 pm

    • A lot of things were sacrosanct up till now…now it’s all in a handbasket going you-know-where.



      January 3, 2023 at 8:07 am

  3. Amen! Let the show begin!


    Kathy Brock

    January 1, 2023 at 4:19 pm

  4. I’m not sure if this is the correct place to post this comment. I found your information page on Richard Booth and Thomas Mann. A Richard Boothe gave a deposition in 1677 that he was hired by William West to take goods to the Indians in present-day North Carolina. They travelled down the Blackwater River by canoe.

    I’m researching William West of Isle of Wight. Do you think this is the same Richard Booth? This deposition was given in 1707 in North Carolina concerning the Virginia/NC.

    Thank you!

    Before me Edward Moseley Esqr one of the members of the Council and being Authorized to take the Depositions of Certain persons relateing to the boundarys of this Government,

    personally Came and appeared Richd Booth aged sixty three years (born 1644) or thereabouts who on his Oath on the Holy Evangelists taken saith that in or about the year 1661 this Deponent came into Virginia and served Major Merritt six years (who then lived about Twenty miles from the Weyanoake Indian Town the Weyanoks living very near a plantation that now belongs to Collo Harrison betwixt Blackwater River & Weyanoake River which Weyanoake River by reason of the Declension of the Weyanoake Indians and the Nottoway Indians removing nigher to it has since in this Deponents memory gained the name of Nottoway River by the Virginians)

    And this Deponent further saith that in the year 1667 he being employed by one William West to go in a Canoe with Certain goods &c to the Maherine Indian Towns one Jno Browne and a certain Weyanoake Indian called Tom Frusman being in the Canoe with him as they went down Blackwater River this Deponent then being a Stranger in those parts any other than by hearesay enquired what river that was they first mett with on their Right Hand they answered it was Weyanoake and Opposite to the Rivers mouth was a field belonging to the Weyanoakes it being then about one of the Clock in the afternoon this Deponent enquired how far it was to Maherine River they answered they should gett there before sun down which they did accordingly whereby this Deponent Computed it was about thirteen miles by Water and this Deponent further saith that he never understood that the Weyanoake Indians ever lived to the Southward of that River

    Capt et Jurat Decimo die January Anno 1707
    Coram me
    Edward Mosely


    Beth Streu

    January 7, 2023 at 1:13 pm

    • That is the guy… instead of me listing my info about him, simply type “richard booth” in my search box. Middle of listings on the right side of my main page.
      All of my articles should pop up.

      You can find his location on 2 maps… The Nansemond map and the early old Chowan Precinct maps.

      I’ve never focused on William West but I do have some info…



      January 7, 2023 at 1:27 pm

      • I’m related to William West and the Reverend Robert Bracewell of Isle of Wight and am currently writing a book on this line. Your website is the most informative I have found on the early colonists in Isle of Wight. Would you allow me permission to use your maps in my book? I will give credit to your maps and your Andersons of Colonial N. Carolina website. Thank you so much. You website has been invaluable in my research.


        Beth Streu

        March 21, 2023 at 8:54 am

  5. Hi Beth
    Give me some specifics on what sort of map you are considering…



    March 22, 2023 at 7:58 am

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