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John Lawson Arthur Family-Craven County 1700s
Posted by: Wanda Hammerbeck (ID *****2312) Date: November 24, 2007 at 19:18:30
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Here is what I have. Please add to this if you have any data. I am curious as to John Lawson Arthur's origin. Some say England? WHY DID THEY NAME THEIR SON BLOUNT? Did they live on land from Rev War grants? Most of his descendants in Greene County, Hookerton, N. C.



John Lawson Arthur married Celia Jarrell in 1783 Craven County marriage bond.
They appear on 1790 Census in Craven County. Lausen Arthur.

He served in the Revolutionary War, 2nd N. C. Regiment for 3 years.

Blount, their son lived in Greene County with his large family. See 1850 Census. I HAVE HIS LINEAGE OUT TO PRESENT DAY.

Any info about John Lawson Arthur DEEPLY APPRECIATED!

Kindest regards,
Wanda Hammerbeck Great Great Great Grandaughter of John Lawson Arthur
HAMMERBECK@AOL.COM



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