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IRe: Piner family of North Carolina
Posted by: Susan Whitford White Date: March 15, 1998 at 01:09:28
In Reply to: Piner family of North Carolina by Colette Hicks of 203

Hello--My name is Susan Whitford White and I live in Anchorage, Alaska!
I've lived in our beautiful state for 32 yrs. and I'm 46 yrs. old. I am
researching RUSSELLS', WHITFORDS', BRINKLEYS' and WIGGINS' family lineages
on my father, Artis Lee WHITFORD's side. All of these surnames are N.C. based,
as far as I can piece together. I was speaking with one of my dad's sisters by the
name of Ada WHITFORD DOTY, the other evening about my genealogical research, and she
mentioned I should also check out the surnames of PINER and McCoy, as they are somehow
related to the RUSSELL's and WHITFORD's. The RUSSELLs' were originally from western
N.C. and moved east-my ggrandmother was Annie Laura RUSSELL WHITFORD and she married a
Henry WHITFORD, from around Bogue Sound area. My grandfather, David William WHITFORD, had
siblings named Maude, Charlie and Mattie Pearl. In the 1920 census all had moved from
Cateret Co. to Vanceboro in Craven Co. I'm looking for a PINER link. If any of this info.
sounds familiar, please contact me. Thanks, S. Whitford White


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