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Re: Indian Troubles / Lincoln Co Historian
Posted by: Martha Gulick (ID *****7056) Date: April 08, 2003 at 14:31:58
In Reply to: Re: Indian Troubles / Lincoln Co Historian by Richard Russell of 2014

This is not the Burke County, North Carolina Sheriff which I would like to find for you as reference but do have

The Genealogical Society of Old Tryon County, North Carolina Volume XX Nov. 1992 No.#4 Page 182
Petition of GEorge Lamkin, Former Sheriff of Tryon County
NC General Assembly, Session Records, 1780

Indians broke out and did drive all the county as low as Buffelo Creek 50 miles in.,

Page 14 Volume XX Feb. 1992 No. 1
Indians who killed two of Grant's family & plundered his house in North Carolina about the year 1782(Thomas Dalton's bn. 1763 pension application)

As stated before, I did run across a letter written to Your Majesty which would be Loyalist.

Are you researching William & Grace Wigginton Russell?

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