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Re: Anyone who has Duplin County, NC records
Posted by: Phil Mills (ID *****1397) Date: December 17, 2006 at 18:56:05
In Reply to: Anyone who has Duplin County, NC records by Mary Marchant of 690

Mary I think have your Marchant connection, It starts With John Marchant Sr. of Edgecomb County N.C. John Marchant Sr. moves to Duplin County in the late 1700s about 1780 to 1790. John is located on the North East Cape Fear River On the East side Just above the New Hanover County Line in Duplin County.
On the West side of the River lived James Mills (born about 1740 to William Mills and Anna Gaster of Onslow county, the next county East of Duplin) James location was on the South side of Rockfish Creek and West side of the North East Cape Fear River In old New Hanover County (present day Pender County), James lived on the county line. James Married Rebecca Hicks and they were Parents of 14 children. The will of Thomas Hicks and the will of his wife Thankful WeekS Hicks Names their only Daughter Rebecca Hicks Mills, and Rebecca and James Children. THE 5TH Child,BOWLER,Marries John Marchant. Regards Phil Mills


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