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Re: Peacock's Chapel in the Pines (CREECH)
Posted by: Robert Chancey (ID *****9242) Date: July 12, 2002 at 11:23:18
In Reply to: Peacock's Chapel in the Pines (CREECH) by Deb Creech of 406

Hello Deb, Sence you did not post any dates, I can only guess at the names or dates of the Creech's you are interested in, in Columbus County NC.

Here is what little I know of a few there:

Elijah Creech, born March 09, 1823 Duplin County, North Carolina, died July 30, 1897 Columbus County, North Carolina, son of Joshua Creech and Mary Jane Jones, married Nancy Dandrige Chancy before 1850 in Columbus County. She was born April 17, 1830 in Columbus County and died December 23, 1895 in Columbus County. She was a daughter of Samuel Chancy and Julia Ann 'Julian' Jones of Columbus County, NC. I have 9 children for them, Sam m., Lucy Maria, Stephen W., Lucy L., M. M., S. E., S. N., F. R. and Samuel L. Creech (Samuel L. may be your Samuel Luther?)

Elijah and Nancy are buried in the Burney's Mill Cemetary, Columbus Co. NC.

I will send the URL to this page to one of your cousins who also researches the Creech's of Columbus County.

Regards, Robert


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