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Re: Calvert/Holland/Pleasants families
Posted by: Richard Colbert (ID *****7152) Date: September 10, 2011 at 01:51:37
In Reply to: Re: Calvert/Holland/Pleasants families by carol warren of 435

Anything you know I'd like to hear. By the way, has your surname ever been spelled Weldon? My family moved from VA to
NC and they lived in Halifax Co., NC until 1768. Before moving to the town of Halifax, they lived on Plumtree Island which is now called Mush Island. Opposite Mush Island is the town of
Weldon, NC. It was named after Sam Weldon, Jr. of Henrico Co,
VA. He was related to Roderick Easley who also moved to to
Halifax Co., NC from VA. Roderick's father, Warham Easley,
married the widow Temperance Calvert/Colvard, relic of William Calvert/Colvard of York, Henrico, Goochland, and Chesterfield
counties, VA.

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