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Label
1768-1900
Inclusive dates
1768-1900
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Language
eng
Summary
Papers, 1768-1900, of the Murphrey and Sugg families of Dobbs and Greene Counties, North Carolina, consisting of a variety of family materials collected and transcribed by William L. Murphy of Raleigh, North Carolina, including the reminiscences of Martha Sugg Dixon (1827-1904) of "Sandy Lawn" in Greene County concerning the Murphrey, Aldridge, and Sugg families, including their connections in Virginia. There is a baptismal record (1757-1770) of the Sugg family in Charles City County, Virginia; letters of the Murphrey family concerning family and social news, the American Revolution, and other matters; transcriptions of a petition to the vestry of St. Patrick's Parish; a subscription list for the construction of and a plan for the chapel, known as "Little Goshen Chapel;" a transcription of a 1776 chancery suit for the division of the estate of John Murphrey (d. 1776); an inventory of his estate; and the will of his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Harrison Murphrey (d. 1788)
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Biographical or historical data
Prominent agricultural families resident in Dobbs, later Greene County, North Carolina.
Cataloging source
Vi
Form designation
Papers
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
73
Immediate source of acquisition
Hopkins, William
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000491322
Reproduction note
Photocopies.
Type of unit
  • leaves and 22
  • p.

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