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James Curtis Jenkins was born in 1943. After enlisting in the United States Navy he won a place at the Medical Technology School that was part of Bethesda Naval Hospital. He attended classes from 7.30 am to 5.00 pm and work duty from 5.00 pm to 6.00 am the next day. Jenkins was assigned to the pathology department.

When John F. Kennedy was assassinated on 22nd November, 1963, his body was taken to Bethesda. Along with fellow student, Paul K. O'Connor was asked to assist Joseph Humes, Thornton Boswell and Pierre Finck in the autopsy of Kennedy.

James Curtis Jenkins was interviewed by William Matson Law for his book, In the Eye of History: Disclosures in the JFK Assassination Medical Evidence. Jenkins told Law: "I think they (Humes, Boswell, Finck) were pressured toward a conclusion that had already been established."

Law: Do you feel that these doctors felt extraordinary pressure? It was the President of the United States

Jenkins: Sure, I think that they were pressured toward a conclusion that had already been established and they were not finding evidence to support that, and were under a tremendous amount of pressure.

Law: What do you mean by "the conclusion had already been established"? That Oswald had shot Kennedy? One man shooting another man?

Jenkins: One man shooting another man.

Law: And they weren't exactly finding that in evidence?

Jenkins: They weren't. Like I said, we were finding no bullet fragments, no metal fragments.

Law: Anywhere? No large pieces?

Jenkins: No. The only bullet fragments or any type of metal fragments I saw were brought to us by a man in a suit and tie and he had some small pieces of bone. Not so much like the ziplocks we know today, but in specimen bags that used to have the ties on them. And it was placed down the side of the president's head on the right side, next to his ear oil the table. And later on they tried to fit some of the bone fragments into the skull. I don't remember them being very successful at that.

Law: My understanding is that you helped Jerrol Custer move the president's body around for X-rays. Is this correct?

Jenkins: Yes.

Law: Give me the procedure for that. What happened that you were the person to take X-rays. Now, did they take X-rays first and then pictures?

Jenkins: I think they were doing everything - kind of.

Law: However, they could get it done?

Jenkins: Jerrol was the X-ray tech who carne in. He needed help and I happened to be the corpsman who was detailed there at the table, and as an enlisted man it was my job to help him do whatever he needed to do, and we moved the body around for the various angles that he needed to take.

Law: Do you remember talking to Jerrol Custer? You worked with him. Did he give you any indication as to what he thought, or did you basically keep to yourselves?

Jenkins: No, there was no conversation between us.

Law: It was like, let's get this job done?

Jenkins: Well, we were just technicians doing the job we were supposed to do. And it was best at that time to keep your thoughts and your opinions to yourself.

Law: So you didn't offer any opinions?

Jenkins: No.

Law: You didn't offer any opinions to anyone about what you thought?

Jenkins: I didn't. After I received the orders, I did not even discuss this with my wife.

Law: How long was it before you discussed it with your wife?

Jenkins: Probably not before Lifton got it.

Law: Really, that long?

Jenkins: I didn't discuss it with anyone. First of all, let's face it, if I told people that I helped do the Kennedy autopsy they would have thought I was crazy. The other thing was that I really didn't want anybody knowing, because at the time that all this finally came out and was going, too many coincidences were happening. At that time it was when Garrison was doing his investigation and the papers were full of all of that.

Law: Were you ever called for the Garrison investigation?

Jenkins: No, I really believe that neither myself, Paul, Jerrol or Floyd - I didn't think our names had ever been

... released before the assassination committee hearing. I think it only came out then because it had to be in the transcripts.

Law: Let me ask you this: do you have any fear today?

Jenkins: No.

Law: I know in 1977 - we discussed this earlier - we all know that 1977 was not a good year for people who had anything to do with the JFK assassination. It doesn't bother you today?

Jenkins: No. I've watched a pattern since I was actually brought into this, as far as information is concerned. For example, Paul, and I believe Jerrol too, indicated there was no brain. I say there was a brain, and I helped infuse it. Then Dr. Crenshaw's book, I felt, gave more credibility to what I remember. And immediately after Crenshaw's book came out, the AMA (American Medical Association) came out with their big deal. They basically tried to crucify Crenshaw's credibility, which I felt was political.

Law: Have you talked to Dr. Crenshaw?

Jenkins: No.

Law: Do you feel, from reading his book, that he was accurate?

Jenkins: I think his observations were fairly accurate. I think it certainly had more credibility with me than anything else I have seen. Any other reports and so forth. And after reading some of the transcripts from the various government investigations, things began to stay with me like from Ramsey Clark's panel where they stopped the tapes and the neuropathologist got frustrated and left because they wouldn't let him tell what he felt like the fragments were for. It's still an editing of information to the public. It's information and disinformation.


At The Cold Shoulder of History: The Chilling Story of a 21-year old Navy Hospital Corpsman Who Stood at the Shoulder of JFK during the Bethesda Autopsy

This book is chock-full of dense passages of medical terminology. I managed to slog my way through but I honestly have very little comprehension of what I read except at the most basic level. The author was present at the autopsy of JFK. His memories do not jibe with much of what has been released into public record. He feels that many of the autopsy photos available to the public were taken someplace other than the "official" autopsy . That the body was extensively examined - probably even au This book is chock-full of dense passages of medical terminology. I managed to slog my way through but I honestly have very little comprehension of what I read except at the most basic level. The author was present at the autopsy of JFK. His memories do not jibe with much of what has been released into public record. He feels that many of the autopsy photos available to the public were taken someplace other than the "official" autopsy . That the body was extensively examined - probably even autopsied - prior to arriving at Bethesda Naval Hospital.

One interesting aspect of this particular story is that the author wasn't all that familiar with the conspiracy theory culture that has developed over the years so there is a sense that his memories have not been influenced to any great extent by what others believe.

The author hesitates to take sides on exactly what happened that November day in 1963, he sticks to his own personal experience as an assistant at the autopsy. The biggest claim he makes is that there are photos that were almost certainly not taken at the official autopsy.

I would hesitate to recommend this book to anyone who isn't a hardcore JFK enthusiast. More specifically an enthusiast with a strong interest in the controversy surrounding the President's assassination. This really is NOT for the casual reader.

***Thanks go to NetGalley for providing me with a free digital copy of this title in exchange for my honest review. . more

James Jenkins was on duty at Bethesda Naval Hospital on November 22, 1963. His story is documented in this book.

This book begins with the sentence “Who would have thought that a small town southern boy would find himself standing at an autopsy table assisting with the postmortem on an assassinated president of the United States of America.” He proceeds to tell what he saw, how it was different from other reports and how he thought the discrepancies could have occurred.

While many medical terms a James Jenkins was on duty at Bethesda Naval Hospital on November 22, 1963. His story is documented in this book.

This book begins with the sentence “Who would have thought that a small town southern boy would find himself standing at an autopsy table assisting with the postmortem on an assassinated president of the United States of America.” He proceeds to tell what he saw, how it was different from other reports and how he thought the discrepancies could have occurred.

While many medical terms are present and can be overwhelming, stick with it. This book gives cause to those who believe something wasn’t right in the investigations of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. I respect James Jenkins for not attempting to sway the reader to a particular theory. He describes what he saw. He is honest about his lack of memory after 50 years and does not pretend to know why an additional autopsy may have been performed but just lays out the facts showing it did.

Learning about the varied x-rays and photographs, the “wrong” brain falling out of the president’s skull and changing locations of bullet holes will fascinate you.


Elections

See also: Texas local trial court judicial elections, 2016 Texas held general elections for local judicial offices on November 8, 2016. A primary election took place on March 1, 2016. A primary runoff election was held on May 24, 2016, for any seat where the top vote recipient did not receive a majority of the primary vote. Γ] Lynn Marie Johnson defeated incumbent Curtis Jenkins in the Parker County Court at Law Republican primary runoff for Seat 2.
Parker County Court at Law (Number 2), Republican Primary Runoff, 2016
Candidate Vote % Votes
Lynn Marie Johnson 52.98% 2,219
Curtis Jenkins Incumbent 47.02% 1,969
Total Votes 4,188
Source: Weatherford Democrat, "Johnson defeats Jenkins in judge race Gentry, Hunt also win run-offs," May 24, 2016
ΐ]
Parker County Court at Law (Number 2), Republican Primary, 2016
Candidate Vote % Votes
Curtis Jenkins Incumbent 36.43% 7,683
Lynn Marie Johnson 35.47% 7,480
Deborah Kernan 28.10% 5,926
Total Votes 21,089
Source: Parker County, Texas, "Cumulative Report-Unofficial," March 1, 2016

Selection method

Judges of the county courts are elected in partisan elections by the county they serve and serve four-year terms, with vacancies filled by a vote of the county commissioners. Δ]

Qualifications
To serve on a county court, a judge must: Δ]

  • be at least 25 years old
  • be a resident of his or her respective county for at least two years and
  • have practiced law or served as a judge for at least four years preceding the election.

See also: Texas judicial elections, 2014
Jenkins ran for re-election to the Parker County Court at Law.
General: He won without opposition in the general election on November 4, 2014. Ώ]  


Foreword

In 1963 had the eyewitness information in this book of the non-autopsy, but actual alteration of the head wounds to President Kennedy’s corpse been made public, more than a dozen of the major perpetrators might also be corpses, hung or shot for treason for the crime that changed America and the world for the worse … like no other in history. Also, we may have seen arrested scores more including some of our most revered names in the Media.

But sadly, like the truths of District Attorney Jim Garrison’s provable case that: Elements of our CIA murdered our President, these too were ruthlessly crushed by every facet of Government and Media hungry for war in Asia – and the Fake Wars that plague us to this day. Crushed till this book. Jim Garrison is dead but fortunately for history his amazing American story is alive in two documentaries. Now, just as fortunately for us, and history, James C. Jenkins, who as a 21-year-old medical technician stood at the shoulder of the President’s naked bloody body, finally tells of the horrors he witnessed, perpetrated by Drs. Humes and Boswell. And fortunately for us, the readers, James found the perfect investigative journalist and writer to help him tell his totally riveting, terrifying tale, William Matson Law.

To me, At The Cold Shoulder Of History is not a strong enough title for the rage I felt in what James was recalling and reporting about what his superiors were actually doing to the body, and the heartbreak I felt for this young man who suffered in silence, not just in that room, but for years. Imagine what it must have been like for this young southern boy. As a young man wanting to be a doctor … to help humanity. Wanting to be in the Navy … to help his country. Then quite by accident ends up at Bethesda Naval Hospital and is called in to assist in what he thought was going to be a real medical autopsy of the President. His first shock comes when he sees the body removed from an ordinary casket, not the one the body was placed in at Parkland. A bucket is placed under the autopsy table for the convenience of Dr. Humes. Imagine young James’ shock when he sees Dr. Humes pull the blood-soaked towel from off of the president’s head and just toss it on the floor, ignoring the bucket. Then also ignoring his medical oaths, treating the body as so much trash to be simply discarded. The possibility of two brains!! A gaping frontal neck wound. And a small bullet hole in the right temple, which they try to conceal. Well, you do not have to imagine it. You will see it in this riveting read. It is more than At The Cold Shoulder Of History. It is: A Stab In The Back Of Justice. And for James, A Stab In the Heart of Truth : The death of his American Dream.

Following the outrage of the public when they finally saw the Zapruder film in 1975 on Geraldo Rivera’s TV show with Dick Gregory and Robert Groden, Congress was forced to set up the House Select Committee on Assassinations. When this happened, James felt he could finally unburden himself and tell the truth of what he had been witness to thirteen years earlier. But, this Committee was quickly sabotaged again by the CIA and its Media and Congressional assets. Richard Sprague, the tough Philadelphia lawyer and lead investigator who said he’d solve the case and would investigate both the FBI and CIA, was removed. He was replaced by G. Robert Blakey who turned the entire hearings over to the CIA. And heartbreakingly, James was once again silenced.

Not being able to put down James and William’s book, I began to wish I was watching an old Frank Capra movie with a happy American ending. The happy ending will have to be that TrineDay finally published the story. Now, I’m going to tell you briefly why this book, perhaps small in size, is so gigantic in History.

On September 5, 1981 when I was fortunate enough to be interviewing Jim Garrison, I still recall his passion for eventual justice for President Kennedy’s deliberately public execution as he called it he leaned across his desk showing me Dr. McClelland’s death certificate signed shortly after 1:30pm: Death by gunshot wound to the right temple.

John, Mr. Garrison intoned, In a murder case, nothing is more important than the autopsy. Which never occurred. Dr. Fink, who is mentioned in this book, under cross examination as a defense witness in the Clay Shaw trial, reaffirmed that under oath. This was never reported by the Media. It is now finally, finally, movingly affirmed in At The Cold Shoulder Of History. The final nail in the coffin of American Injustice.

James’ and William’s long needed story, for me, completes the quartet of the four major works anyone needs to read or see about the murder of President Kennedy. First would have to be Mark Lane’s Rush To Judgement, which legally shreds the fiction of The Warren Report. Second is Oliver Stone’s brilliantly crafted film, JFK, which brought to life for America and the World, Jim Garrison’s story, resulting in the passage of The President Kennedy Assassination Records Act. Third, Mr. Garrison telling his own story in The Garrison Tapes, and more importantly in Part Two: The American Media & The 2nd Assassination Of President John F. Kennedy.

Now fourth, and every bit as strong as all the aforementioned, maybe even more so: At The Cold Shoulder Of History!

John Barbour is an actor, comedian, television host, and is the only performer in TV to win Emmys for both entertainment and news shows. Barbour is known as one of the hosts of the NBC reality television series Real People, for which he was also a creator and co-producer. He also directed and wrote the 1992 documentary The JFK Assassination: The Jim Garrison Tapes. This film covers the investigation of District Attorney Jim Garrison, who, after the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy, decided to further investigate the official report given by the Warren Commission. The documentary hypothesizes connections between the assassination and the FBI, the CIA, the Mafia, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Vietnam War, and other organizations and foreign affairs issues. The film won an award in 1993 at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain. He released the film, American Media & The Second Assassination of John F. Kennedy in 2017.


Visionary Leader, Entrepreneur Curtis Jenkins Signs Book Deal with Morgan-James Publishing

PHILADELPHIA , Aug. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Visionary leader and entrepreneur Curtis L. Jenkins has signed a book deal with Morgan-James Publishing to publish his book, "The Art and Science of Vision to Reality: The Realization Framework Experience".

Jenkins, who has more than two decades of experience as a project management director, will share his expert advice that he has shared with hundreds of entrepreneurs as part of his consulting firm, Curtis L. Jenkins & Associates.

"I'm thrilled to get a chance to work with Morgan -James to write this book that is needed now more than ever," Jenkins said. "So many entrepreneurs – and wannabe entrepreneurs – are struggling to take their vision, their dreams and transform them into real-life businesses. Trust me, everything in this book is learned from personal experience. So, I personally know how this process is."

The book is based on the vast experience Jenkins has gained from his own try and try repeated efforts, which he now understands as part of the pathway to success. As Jenkins likes to say that every experience is another step, another opportunity to learn and grow. It is the foundation on which his methodology – the Realization Framework Experience was developed. Jenkins trademarked the term The Art and Science of Vision to Reality™ after years of talking to entrepreneurs who seemed too stuck in the vision phase.

Jenkins' book is designed to help entrepreneurs find their one of a kind pathway to success through five simple steps: 1) Visualize the Future (Aspirational Goals) 2) Evaluate the People (Self, Employees, Customers, Board of Directors, and more) 3) Assess Cash Flow (Balance Sheets, Income Statements, Cash Flow, and more) 4) Clear the Fog (Develop a Clear Plan for the Future), and 5) Realize the Future (The Happy Ending).

Jenkins' inspiration for The Realization Framework Experience sprang from Desmond Tutu's famous wise words, "there is only one way to eat an elephant: a bite at a time." Tutu's words refer to the fact that while often life seems challenging or disheartening, anything can be accomplished by taking one step at a time toward the goal.

Jenkins is a graduate of Temple University's Fox School of Business and Management where he earned his bachelor's degree in Business Administration. He later went on to earn his master's in management of Technology from The Wharton School in 2001.

He has served in a number of project management offices at a variety of organizations where he mastered his proficiency in best practices technology and business enhancements toward cost optimization and revenue growth.

Morgan James Publishing publishes trade-quality titles designed to educate, encourage, inspire, or entertain readers with current, consistent, relevant topics that are available everywhere books are sold.


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Augustus Curtis: Liberia and the Slave Trade

Augustus Curtis showed an impetuous streak early. While most of Petersburg's free blacks intended to wait until Colston Waring returned from an exploratory trip to Liberia in 1823 before deciding about emigration, Curtis took his young wife, Minerva, and went with Waring. A 21-year-old blacksmith, Curtis was later described as a Cherokee Indian. 1 In the little settlement of Monrovia, in the 1820s, he was initially part of the small elite of literate, urban and frequently mulatto settlers. But in 1831 Curtis was brought to court in Monrovia on charges of misappropriating money that belonged to a young woman for whom he was the guardian. Described as "well known to be a notorious character" by another Petersburg emigrant, 2 this incident may have lost him some status among the settlement's residents. Within three years, Curtis had left Monrovia for Grand Cape Mount, then outside Liberian control, while Minerva Curtis left for British Accra. 3

When Joseph Jenkins Roberts, Governor of the Liberian colony in 1845, felt the need to respond to accusations that the Liberian settlers had been complicit in the West African slave trade, Roberts said that he had known only one settler who became involved with that trade &mdash Augustus Curtis. 4 Curtis had moved to an area on the Atlantic coast, where the slave trade was long entrenched. Ambitious and opportunistic, Curtis was not burdened by the sense of Christian duty or Western cultural superiority that most Liberian settlers carried. This worked to his advantage once he left the American settlement. He settled among the Vai people of Grand Cape Mount and married into the family of a Gola chief, Fan Toro or Gotorrah, who controlled part of the Vai territory. By his marriage to the woman who became known as Sally Curtis or Mama Sally, he was the brother-in-law of an important war leader, Prince George Cain. At that moment in history, the slave trader Theodore Canot was attempting to leave slave trading and hired Curtis to oversee a blacksmith shop, sawpit, and ship dock at Grand Cape Mount that were part of his legitimate business effort.

There were complex intrigues at Grand Cape Mount in the 1840s and Curtis was in the middle of them. When war leader Prince George Cain went to war with Fan Toro over the extent to which the latter had relinquished sovereignty to the British, Augustus Curtis became chief advisor to Cain, while Canot aligned with Fan Toro. Canot courted British protection, but it was the Liberians who offered him citizenship in order to bolster their claim to the region. Battling the slave trade unified the American settlers as little else did and it also gave them justification for expanding their territory and their political jurisdiction.

The renegade Curtis, in aid of George Cain, reported to a British naval officer that Canot trafficked slaves outside the Vai's local system of slavery. He added as proof that hundreds of manacles were being made in the blacksmith shop. When an inspection of the shop appeared to corroborate this claim, Canot and his ship were seized and the ship taken to New York City, where both were ultimately released. Canot never returned and his settlement was burned by Fan Toro. Prince George Cain became leader of the Vai upon Fan Toro's death and, by a series of treaties and vows to end the slave trade, the Liberians became the dominant power at Grand Cape Mount.

Curtis lived out his life among the Vai. He was reportedly killed in the 1850s, but his Vai widow, Mama Sally, was an important personage in that region for some years to come, renowned among foreign visitors for regal bearing, great weight, and elaborate hairdos. As a Virginian, Native American, African American, Liberian and Vai warrior, the life of Augustus Curtis on two Atlantic coasts attracts interest not just for its high adventure, but for the links it demonstrates between all his worlds.

Marie Tyler-McGraw
May 1, 2008

End Notes

  1. Svend Holsoe, "Theodore Canot at Cape Mount, 1841-47," Liberian Studies Journal 4/2 (1971-72), 167 Memoir of James Stanton [1799-1852].
  2. Caroline Shiphard Lundy to Benjamin Brand, Nov. 26, 1831, Brand Papers, Virginia Historical Society, Richmond. Note family had variant spellings for name.
  3. 1843 Liberian census in Virginia Emigrants to Liberia database.
  4. Joseph J. Roberts to President, American Colonization Society, Jan. 24, 1845 in Maryland Colonization Journal 2/21 (March 1845) "Slave Trading,": 334-335.

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Before he was kidnapped, murdered, Curtis Jenkins III ‘tried to bring everyone together’

Patricia Brown speaks at a memorial for her nephew, Curtis Jenkins III, in Haddon Heights, New Jersey on July 7, 2019. Curtis Jenkins III, the son of Camden's City Council President, was killed after being kidnapped last week in Camden. (Miguel Martinez for WHYY)

“I think God put me on this earth to make people happy,” read a May 2017 essay Curtis Jenkins III wrote for an English prompt about purpose.

Jenkins’ former English teachers at Haddon Heights Junior-Senior High School, Michelle Lubonski and Maureen Rutter, took turns reading the essay in front of the more than 200 people who gathered at the school’s football field Sunday night.

They were there to honor their former student who, prosecutors say, was murdered after he was kidnapped last week.

The grandson of Camden City Council President Curtis Jenkins Sr., Jenkins would have turned 21 on Sunday.

Two Haddon Heights Jr.-Sr. High School teachers read a paper written by Curtis Jenkins III during a memorial in Haddon Heights, New Jersey on July 7, 2019. Curtis Jenkins III, the son of Camden’s City Council President, was killed after being kidnapped last week in Camden. (Miguel Martinez for WHYY)

Jenkins had been reported missing on July 1 and his body was found the following day, not far from his house, shortly after a photo showing him blindfolded and bound was sent to his family by someone demanding 10 to 15 pounds of marijuana. Brandon Beverly, 32, has been charged with Jenkins’ murder.

Those who knew Jenkins nodded their heads in agreement at the Haddon Heights vigil as the two teachers read what Jenkins wrote.

Friends remembered Jenkins for his outgoing personality and his knack for extending friendship to the shyest of students.

“Curt was just a funny guy, like, he always made you laugh … If you were in a bad mood, he was always cracking jokes,” said Megan Carle, who met Jenkins her freshman year of high school and helped organize the vigil in Haddon Heights. “He loved, he loved, he loved everyone he met — very generous.”

Sydnee Dee, another organizer, said she met Jenkins in the fourth grade.

Wearing a white t-shirt that read #LONGLIVECURT on the back and a heart split in half on the front left side, Dee described how Jenkins was a great listener and gave sage advice.

She also recalled his love for cooking, which continued into young adulthood. His friends and family say Jenkins was considering attending culinary school. His rice and jerk chicken stood out as one of Dee’s favorites in high school.

“Sometimes he’d be like, ‘Listen Sydney, I’ve got to bring you some another day,’ ” she remembered. But he’d always give her some of his food anyway. “It didn’t matter, he would always share no matter what or he’d bring me my own.”

Community and family members gather for a memorial for Curtis Jenkins III in Haddon Heights, New Jersey on July 7, 2019. Curtis Jenkins III, the son of Camden’s City Council President, was killed after being kidnapped last week in Camden. (Miguel Martinez for WHYY)

Patricia Brown, Jenkins’ great-aunt, echoed what friends said, especially how her nephew fed everyone, something he picked up from his great-grandmother, Betsy Barnes in the kitchen when he was 10 years old.

“He always tried to bring everyone together, even if he didn’t know you,” she said.

Still, friends said Jenkins wasn’t afraid to tell people if they were acting out of line.

Caleb Sharp said he met Jenkins in study hall when he was a freshman. Sharp said he wasn’t likable in high school and he had an attitude problem, often clashing with authority, which Jenkins called him out on.

“He kind of saw all of that and said, ‘What are you doing? Why are you doing all of this? Why are you putting this front up? Take that down,’ ” Sharp said. He described the talk as a turning point that helped him adjust his attitude.

Sharp shared this memory at Sunday’s memorial.

Later, he and other attendees sang “Happy Birthday” before releasing balloons, some with the number 21 on them to celebrate Jenkins’ life.


James Curtis Jenkins - History

James Curtis Jenkins was born in 1943. After enlisting in the United States Navy he won a place at the Medical Technology School that was part of Bethesda Naval Hospital, where John F. Kennedy's body was taken the day of his assassination. Along with fellow students, he was asked to assist in the autopsy of Kennedy. William Law's decades of research on the Kennedy assassination has appeared in more than 30 books, including Douglas Horne's Inside the Assassination Records Review Board. He has written, produced, directed, or consulted on documentaries and films like RFK, The Gathering, and Killing Kennedy.

Reviews for At The Cold Shoulder of History: The Chilling Story of a 21-year old Navy Hospital Corpsman Who Stood at the Shoulder of JFK during the Bethesda Autopsy

Even if you are not a fan of conspiracy theories, you will be convinced after you read this book. In fact, I think this book will turn the entire world of the Kennedy assassination upside-down. Mike Michelsen, freelance writer in Southern California


North Carolina Estate Files, Bertie County Index

Bertie County (link to FamilySearch page)
Established in 1722 from Chowan Precinct as a precinct of Albermarle County.
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Unnamed – 1 folder, “Widow’s provision” (1806)
Abington, Elizabeth
Abington, Henry
Abington, James
Abington, Littleberry
Abington, Mary
Acree, Edward
Acree, Elizabeth
Acree, John
Acree, Leonard
Acree, Penelope
Acree, Ricks
Adams, Elijah
Agar, William
Alden, Edward N
Alexander, John
Alexander, Thomas
Allday, Thomas
Allen, Abram
Allen, Arthur
Allen, Elizabeth
Allen, James
Allen, John
Allen, Margaret
Allen, Reuben
Allen, Thomas
Allen, William
Alsobrook, Jacob S
Alston, James A
Alston, Joseph J
Ambrose, Brittan
Andrews, Abner
Andrews, John
Andrews, Joseph
Andrews, Stephen
Andrews, Thomas
Andrews, William
Anthony, Elizabeth
Anthony, James
Armistead, Anthony
Armistead, Jno
Armistead, John
Armistead, Jordan
Armistead, Robert
Armistead, Sarah
Armistead, Stark
Armistead, William
Armour, John
Arnold, Salley
Asbill, Frances
Ashburn, A W
Ashburn, B
Ashburn, Baldy
Ashburn, Elisha
Ashburn, Elizabeth
Ashburn, John
Ashburn, Peter
Ashburn, Thomas
Ashburn, Washington
Ashburn, William
Ashby, Jeremiah
Ashley, Jeremiah
Ashley, John
Ashley, Thomas
Ashley, William
Ashly, William
Askew, A J
Askew, Aaron (1771)
Askew, Aaron (1843)
Askew, Aaron O (1869)
Askew, Brown
Askew, Cullen
Askew, David
Askew, Edwin
Askew, George T
Askew, Jesse
Askew, John (1751)
Askew, John (1818)
Askew, John (1829)
Askew, Justin
Askew, Margaret
Askew, Mary
Askew, Miles
Askew, Milicent
Askew, Mollie W
Askew, Shadrock
Askew, T R
Askew, W L
Askew, Wiley
Askew, William
Askew, William D
Atkins, David
Atkinson, Michael
Averet, Charles
Averet, Henry
Averet, Mary
Averet, Simon
Averet, William
Averitt, Elizabeth
Averitt, Jesse
Averitt, Mary
Avis, Abraham
Avis, Joseph
Avis, Mary
Avis, Sawyer
Avis, Thomas
Avis, William
Bachus, Doctom
Bachus, Josiah
Bacon, James
Badham, William
Baggett, Jonathan
Baggett, Joseph A
Baggett, Nicholas
Baggett, Thomas
Bagley, Miles
Bagley, William
Bailey, Thomas
Bailey, William
Bake, John
Baker, Asa
Baker, Benjamin
Baker, Blake
Baker, Christian
Baker, David
Baker, Edward B
Baker, Elizabeth
Baker, George W
Baker, Henry
Baker, James
Baker, Joel
Baker, John
Baker, Jonathan
Baker, Larry
Baker, Levi
Baker, Martha
Baker, Molley
Baker, Sarah
Baker, Simons
Baker, Susan
Baker, Thomas
Baker, W W
Baker, Whitmel
Baker, William
Baker, Winaford
Bales, Eden
Bales, John
Ballance, John W
Ballard, Thomas
Ballentine, Alexander
Bam, Michael
Banks, Miles
Baramdid, John
Barber, Ann
Barber, John
Barber, Mary
Barber, Nancy
Barber, William
Barber, William D
Barbree, Abram
Barden, John
Barfield
Barfield, Samuel
Barfield, Thomas
Barker, Thomas
Barnacasel, Beverly
Barnacasel, James C
Barnacasel, Kenneth
Barnacasel, Lewis I
Barnacasel, Samuel
Barnacasel, Washington
Barnecasel, Frances
Barnes, Allin
Barnes, Asa
Barnes, Henry
Barnes, James
Barnes, Jemima
Barnes, John
Barnes, Richard H
Barnes, Rubin
Barnes, Thomas
Barnes, Winefred
Baron, James
Baron, Samuel
Barradaill, Abraham
Barrett, J W
Barridall, Joseph
Barron, John A
Barry, Thomas
Bartlet, Solomon
Bass, Cader
Bass, Jacob
Bass, John
Bass, Thomas
Bate, Augustine
Bate, Mary
Bates, Henry
Bates, Humphrey
Bates, James
Battle, John
Bayley, Ann
Bayley, Tom
Bayly, Elizabeth
Bayly, L D
Bayly, Miles
Bazemore, Abisha
Bazemore, Amilly
Bazemore, Cullen
Bazemore, Cullen (1872)
Bazemore, Elisha
Bazemore, Hardy
Bazemore, James (1804)
Bazemore, James (1806)
Bazemore, James (1808)
Bazemore, James (1818)
Bazemore, James (1844)
Bazemore, James N (1897)
Bazemore, Jesse
Bazemore, Jesse (1826)
Bazemore, Jesse, Jr.
Bazemore, Jesse, Sr.
Bazemore, John
Bazemore, Malachi
Bazemore, Mary
Bazemore, Rachel
Bazemore, Redding
Bazemore, Rubin
Bazemore, Sampson
Bazemore, Stark
Bazemore, William
Bazemore, Winslow
Beasley, J W
Beasley, John
Beasley, T E
Belch, Jesse
Belch, Jethro
Belch, Lewis
Belch, Mary
Belch, Ryan
Belch, William
Bell, Brumit
Bell, Demosthenes
Bell, Jane
Bell, Mary
Bell, Robert
Bell, Thomas
Belote, Amelia
Belote, Betsy
Belote, Henry
Belote, John
Belote, Peleg
Belote, Silas
Belote, Thomas
Belote, William
Belotes, Catherine
Bennett, William
Benson, Mary
Benson, William
Bentley, James
Bentley, Janet
Bentley, Jeremiah
Bentley, John
Bentley, Martha
Bentley, Sarah
Bentley, William
Bently, Clarissa
Bently, James
Benton, Henry K
Benton, Robert
Bernard, Winnifred E
Berry, William
Beverly, John (1739)
Biggs, Kader
Biggs, Mary I C
Billote, John
Billups, Moore
Billups, Richard
Billups, Thomas
Billups, Winifred
Billups, Zerobabell
Binam, John
Biram, John
Bird, Cader
Bird, Frances
Bird, John W
Bird, Robert W
Bishop, Arthur
Bishop, Marcus P
Bishop, Mary L, Mrs.
Bishop, W J
Bishop, William
Black, James
Blackburn, Hamilton
Blackmon, John
Blackstock, William
Blackston, W R
Blake, James
Blanchard, Miles
Blanchard, William
Blitchen, William
Blount, Edmund
Blount, Joseph
Blunt, Benjamin
Blunt, Colonel
Blunt, James
Blunt, Jesse
Blunt, Joseph
Blyth, William
Boghart, Daniel
Boghart, David
Bolton, Rebecca
Bond, Ann
Bond, Balis H
Bond, Catherine
Bond, Elizabeth
Bond, Humphrey
Bond, Humphrey H
Bond, James
Bond, James H
Bond, John
Bond, Kessiah
Bond, Lewis
Bond, Margaret
Bond, Martha
Bond, Thomas
Bond, Thomas, Sr.
Bond, William
Bonner, Elizabeth
Bonner, Mary
Bonner, Miles
Bonner, William
Boon, William A
Booth, Thomas
Borous, David
Bosman, Mary
Boston, Ruben
Boswell, Amarett
Boswell, Celia
Boswell, Edward
Boswell, Henry
Boswell, James H
Boswell, Joseph A
Boswell, Marriah
Boswell, Patrick
Boswell, Thomas
Boswell, William
Bottom, William
Boulton, Aaron
Bowen, Benjamin
Bowen, Frances
Bowen, Jesse
Boyce, Dempsey
Boyce, Hardy
Boyce, Levy
Boyce, Nancy
Boyce, William
Boyer, William
Boykin, Lloyd M
Boykin, Nancy L
Bozeman, Stephen (1867)
Bozman, John
Bozman, William
Bracey, Susan
Bracey, William James
Bradford, Harry
Bradley, John
Brantley, Edward
Brantley, Luke
Braswell, A J
Brayboy, Joshua
Brewer, Celia
Brickell, James D
Brickell, Jane
Brickell, Jesse
Brickell, Thomas
Brickell, Thomas N
Bridger, Elizabeth
Bridger, Robert
Bridger, William
Bridger, Willie
Bridgers, Patience, Mrs.
Bridges, Celia
Brimage, Elizabeth
Brimage, Thomas
Brimage, William
Britain, Daniel
Britain, Judith
Britt, Ann
Britt, Jesse
Britt, Peter
Brittain, D W
Brittain, Francis
Brittain, J L
Brittain, John
Brittain, Samuel
Brittain, William
Broadwell, David
Brodgdon, Tamous
Brogdon, Aaron
Brogdon, David
Brogdon, John
Brogdon, Mary
Brogdon, Stephen
Brogdon, Thomas
Brogdon, William
Brown, A J
Brown, Arthur
Brown, Benjamin
Brown, Dempsey
Brown, Dennis
Brown, Elisha
Brown, Elizabeth
Brown, Francis
Brown, George W
Brown, Henry C
Brown, J E
Brown, Jackson
Brown, Jeremiah
Brown, Jesse
Brown, John
Brown, Joseph
Brown, Joshua
Brown, Julie C
Brown, Lizzie L
Brown, Margaret
Brown, Mary O
Brown, Peterson
Brown, Robert
Brown, Stephen
Brown, T W
Brown, Thomas
Brown, William
Brownrigg
Brownrigg, Thomas
Bryan, Ann
Bryan, Charity
Bryan, David
Bryan, Edward
Bryan, Elizabeth
Bryan, Jesse
Bryan, John S
Bryan, Joseph
Bryan, Joseph H
Bryan, Lewis
Bryan, Martha
Bryan, Mary
Bryan, Michael
Bryan, Needham
Bryan, Simon
Bryan, W J
Bryan, William
Bryan, William S
Bryant, David
Bryant, John
Bryant, Lewis
Bryant, Reddick
Bryant, Samuel
Bryant, Thomas
Bryant, William
Bryer, Benjamin
Bullock, William
Bunch, Edith
Bunch, Elijah
Bunch, Elisha
Bunch, Emby
Bunch, Frederick
Bunch, Henry
Bunch, J H
Bunch, J R
Bunch, Jeremiah (1797)
Bunch, Jeremiah (1809)
Bunch, Jeremiah (1863)
Bunch, Jeremiah (1889)
Bunch, John
Bunch, Joshua
Bunch, Levy
Bunch, Millicent
Bunch, N I (1866)
Bunch, Narcissa
Bunch, Nehemiah
Bunch, Paul
Bunch, Riddick W
Bunch, Sally
Bunch, Sarah
Bunch, Temperance
Bunch, William
Bunch, Zadock
Buncomb, Thomas
Buncombe, Edward
Bunton, Thomas
Burden, Abe
Burden, Abraham
Burden, Abram
Burden, James M
Burden, John L
Burden, William
Burden, Z J
Burkit, Prudence
Burkitt, Margaret
Burn, Andrew
Burn, Elizabeth Collins
Burn, James
Burn, John
Burn, Levy
Burn, Michael
Burn, Sidney
Burnam, Benjamin
Burnet, Peter
Burnett, George
Burress, David
Burress, Ester
Burt, George
Burt, John
Burtenshall, James
Burton, Sarah W
Burton, Thomas
Burtonshill, Jacob
Busby, Thomas
Butler, Benjamin
Butler, Cader
Butler, Christopher
Butler, Curry
Butler, Elizabeth J, Mrs.
Butler, Hilliard
Butler, J T
Butler, Jacob
Butler, Jethro
Butler, John
Butler, Levin (1866)
Butler, Louisa
Butler, Martha Ann
Butler, Mary
Butler, Robert
Butler, Silas
Butler, Thomas Ryan
Butler, William
Butler, Williamston
Butterton, Celia M
Butterton, James
Butterton, Joseph
Butterton, Robert
Butterton, Silas
Byrd, John
Byrd, Thomas
Byrum, D E
Byrum, David N
Byrum, Elizabeth
Byrum, H H
Byrum, James
Byrum, John
Byrum, Louisa
Byrum, Nancy
Byrum, Starky
Cail, Freeman
Cail, Job
Cake, John
Cake, William
Cale, Charney (1860)
Cale, D L
Cale, Job
Cale, John
Cale, Sarah
Cale, William R
Calloway, Thomas
Callum, A
Callum, Edward A
Callum, Ezekiah W
Callum, Hezekiah
Callum, Willis
Camberlain, Sally
Campbell, Cornelius
Campbell, Elizabeth
Campbell, James
Campbell, John
Cannady, James
Cannady, Samuel
Capehart, Cadmus
Capehart, Celia
Capehart, Charles
Capehart, Cullen
Capehart, Esto
Capehart, George
Capehart, John
Capehart, Johnathan
Capehart, Joshua
Capehart, Margaret (1811)
Capehart, Michael
Capehart, Penelope B
Capehart, Tristam
Capehart, W J
Capehart, William
Capps, Marmaduke
Caps, Marmaduke
Care, Pat
Carkut, Benjamin
Carly, James
Carney, Stephen W
Carraway, David
Carter, Cullen
Carter, Edward
Carter, Elizabeth
Carter, George
Carter, Isaac
Carter, John
Carter, Lazarus
Carter, Margaret
Carter, Moore
Carter, Olive
Carter, Robert
Carter, Robert E
Carter, Temperance, Mrs.
Carter, Thomas
Carter, Turner
Carter, W B
Carter, William C
Cartey, Elizabeth
Casper, Cullen
Casper, George M
Casper, Henry
Casper, Jarrot
Casper, Mary
Casper, Thomas
Casper, Thomas D
Casper, William J
Castellow, Cary
Castellow, David
Castellow, James (1749)
Castellow, James (1862)
Castellow, James C (1888)
Castellow, John
Castellow, Theophiles
Castellow, William
Caswell, Samuel
Cater, Stephen
Cates, Michael
Chamberlain, Levi
Chamberlain, Malichi
Chamberlain, Nancy
Chamberlain, Sally
Champion, Sarah
Chapels, Moses
Charlton, Jasper
Cherry, Aaron
Cherry, Amy
Cherry, Angie
Cherry, Docton
Cherry, Doctrine
Cherry, Elizabeth
Cherry, Exum
Cherry, James
Cherry, James (1816)
Cherry, James H
Cherry, Jane
Cherry, John
Cherry, Joseph B
Cherry, Joseph O
Cherry, Joseph W
Cherry, Madison
Cherry, Mary
Cherry, Sally
Cherry, Sarah
Cherry, Soloman
Cherry, Susannah
Cherry, Theophilus
Cherry, Thomas
Cherry, William
Cherry, William W
Church, Thomas
Church, William
Churchwell, Allen
Churchwell, Edward
Churchwell, Elizabeth
Churchwell, James
Churchwell, Sarah
Churchwell, William
Clapton, Thomas
Clark, Benjamin
Clark, Christopher
Clark, Hesher M
Clark, John
Clark, Joseph D
Clark, Kenneth
Clark, Margaret
Clark, Martha B
Clark, Patrick
Clark, Richard
Clark, Thomas
Clark, William M
Clarkson, Samuel R
Clary, E B
Clary, M G
Clary, William G
Clements, George
Clerke, Richard
Clifford, Sarah
Clifton, Ann
Clifton, Peter
Clifton, Sarah
Coates, Samuel
Cobb, A V
Cobb, Catherine
Cobb, David
Cobb, Edward
Cobb, Elizabeth
Cobb, Emilly
Cobb, Henry
Cobb, Henry K
Cobb, Henry, Jr.
Cobb, James
Cobb, Janie
Cobb, John
Cobb, Joseph
Cobb, Levinia
Cobb, Nathan
Cobb, R L
Cobb, Rose
Cobb, Samuel
Cobb, Sarah E
Cobb, Shaderick
Cobb, Thomas
Cobb, Thomas R
Cobb, William
Cochran, Edward
Cochran, John
Cochran, Robert
Cochran, Thomas
Cody, James
Coffee, Edith
Coffee, Sarah
Coffield, Alfred
Coffield, Augustus
Coffield, Benjamin
Coffield, Caroline
Coffield, Celia A
Coffield, David
Coffield, Elizabeth
Coffield, Isaac
Coffield, Jethro
Coffield, John
Coffield, Joseph L
Coffield, Luke A
Coffield, Mary
Coffield, Noah
Coffield, Olive
Coffield, R W
Coffield, William
Coggin, William P
Cohoon, Samuel
Cole, Ann
Cole, David
Cole, Jeremiah
Cole, John W
Coleson, John
Collins, Annis
Collins, Bennet
Collins, Burnett
Collins, Elizabeth
Collins, James
Collins, John
Collins, Joseph
Collins, Luke
Collins, Martha
Collins, Thomas
Colthred, William
Combs, Jesse
Cone, Thomas
Conley, Jersey
Conner, Jesse
Conner, John L
Conner, William
Connor, Fruzie
Cook, Alfred
Cook, B N
Cook, Benjamin
Cook, Bob
Cook, Elizabeth
Cook, Jesse
Cook, John
Cook, Robert
Cook, Samuel
Cook, Timothy
Cook, William
Cooper, Ann
Cooper, Cader
Cooper, Dempsey
Cooper, Jesse
Cooper, John
Cooper, Jonathan
Cooper, Joseph
Cooper, Nancy
Cooper, Nathaniel
Cooper, William
Copeland, A
Copeland, Anthony
Copeland, James
Copeland, Lewis
Copeland, William E
Corbit, Thomas
Corbitt, William
Cortanch, John
Cory, Benjamin
Cory, Mary
Cory, Micharl
Cory, Polly
Cory, Prudence
Cottle, John
Cotton, Cullen
Cotton, Godwin
Cotton, James
Cotton, Jesse
Cotton, Lewis
Cotton, Martha
Cotton, Sion
Cowan
Cowan, Aulsey
Cowan, Henry
Cowand, Alsey
Cowand, Benjamin
Cowand, C E
Cowand, C J
Cowand, Ephraim
Cowand, George
Cowand, Henry
Cowand, John
Cowand, Lewis
Cowand, Nathan
Cowand, Starky
Cowand, William
Cowdey, James
Cox, Benjamin
Cox, Charlotte
Cox, Drusilla
Cox, E S
Cox, Ezekiel G
Cox, George W
Cox, J E
Cox, James
Cox, R E S
Cox, Samuel
Cox, Thomas
Craig, Mary A
Cratch, George
Cratch, John
Creecy, Thomas H
Crichlow, John
Crickett, John
Crickett, Lucretia
Crickett, Thomas & Sarah
Crofts, John
Crutch, John
Cullen, Nathan
Cullipher, James
Cullipher, Marcus
Cullipher, Miles G
Cullipher, Nathaniel
Cullipher, Polly
Cullipher, Thomas
Culllum, Mary
Cummings, Thomas
Cunniff, John
Curl, Charney
Curl, China
Curl, Mary
Curl, Thomas
Curry, James
Curry, Malachi
Curtis, Thomas
Curton, John
Cusher, Edward
Daffin, Irom
Damon, Nashe L
Damon, Nathaniel L
Daniel, Eli
Daniel, Joseph P
Daniels, Peter
Dargan, Jeremiah
Dartlet, Anthony
Daughtry, Joseph
Daves, Nazaith
Davidson, Amos
Davidson, James
Davidson, John
Davidson, John L
Davidson, Mary
Davis, Calef
Davis, Edward
Davis, Etheldred
Davis, George
Davis, Isiah
Davis, James
Davis, Joseph O
Davis, Nancy
Davis, Nathaniel
Davis, Thomas
Davis, William
Davison
Davison, James
Davison, John
Davison, William
Dawkins, George
Daws, James
Dawson, George
Dawson, James
Dawson, John
Dawson, Penelope
Dawson, Richard
Dawson, William Johnston
Dempsey, J D
Dempsey, J W
Dempsey, Joseph
Dempsey, Justina
Dempsey, Mary
Dempsey, Thomas
Dempsey, William
Devan, Jeremiah
Devan, Margaret
Devan, Sarah
Devreaux, George P
Devreaux, Sarah
Dickinson, Mathias
Dillard, George
Divan, William
Dixon, John
Dodrill, James
Doers, James
Dollison, William
Donnerson, William
Dorsey, Frederick, Captain
Doughtry, Daniel
Doughtry, Joseph
Douglas, Gurdon
Douglas, James
Downing, Elizabeth
Downing, George
Downing, John
Downing, William
Downs, Milton
Downs, Theophelus
Downs, Willie
Doyle
Draughan, Walter
Drew, Dolphin
Drew, John
Drew, Joseph W
Drew, Mary E
Drewry, Samuel
Drizzle, John
Drizzle, Mary
Duckenfield, Nathaniel
Duckett, Christopher
Dudley, Robert
Duers, Ann
Duers, James
Duers, John
Duggan, William
Duke, Benjamin
Dunbar, Benjamin
Dunelow, Hugh
Dunlow, Elmore
Dunning, Charles
Dunning, John
Dunning, Lazarus
Dunning, Mary L
Dunning, Rebecca
Dunning, Redden
Dunning, Samuel
Dunning, Wiley
Dunning, William
Dunston, Edward
Dunston, Martha
Durgan, Ann
Durgan, Jeremiah
Dwyer, Dennis
Dwyer, Elizabeth
Dwyer, Morgan
Dwyer, Sally
Eager, Charity
Eager, William
Early, A R
Early, Andrew
Early, Aquilla
Early, Asa F
Early, Benjamin
Early, Christian
Early, Elizabeth
Early, George
Early, James
Early, James N
Early, John
Early, Josiah
Early, Justin
Early, Mandrix
Early, Merillia
Early, Millicent
Early, Nancy
Early, Seth
Early, Shadrack
Early, Tobias
Eason, Abner
Eason, Alfred
Eason, Asa F
Eason, Clarissa
Eason, Cora
Eason, Jacob
Eason, Joseph
Eason, Soloman
Edge, William
Edward (n. d.) (indexed under “Unnamed” as “Unnamed, Edward”)
Edwards, David
Edwards, Rachel
Edwards, Titus
Edwards, William
Edwards, Winniford
Ellis, Aaron
Ellis, Abner
Ellis, Catherine
Ellis, Moses
Ellis, William J
Enggren, Gustave L
Etheridge, James H
Etheridge, Joseph H
Ethridge, William D
Eure, Dempsey
Evans, Aaron
Evans, D D
Evans, Elizabeth
Evans, George
Evans, Hymerick
Evans, James S
Evans, John
Evans, Josephine R
Evans, Mary M
Evans, Meedy
Evans, Michael C
Evans, Robert
Evans, Starky
Evans, Thomas P
Evans, William
Evarts, Martha Elizabeth
Evarts, Samuel B
Everett, Elizabeth
Everett, Simon
Fairless, Nicholas
Fareless, Caroline
Fareless, Henry
Fareless, John F
Fareless, Thomas V
Farmer, Joseph
Farrow, Finch
Faulk, William
Fayer, H G
Ferguson, Alexander
Ferguson, Elizabeth
Ferguson, James B
Fesperson, Elizabeth
Fesperson, Knight
Fesperson, Williama B
Fields, John
Fife, Ann
Filgo, Anthony (1776)
Finch, Thomas
Finless, Henry
Finley, Abram
Fisher, John B
Fitt, Mary
Fitt, Thomas
Flat, James
Fleetwood
Fleetwood, Aquilla
Fleetwood, Cadmun
Fleetwood, David
Fleetwood, Edmund
Fleetwood, Hardy
Fleetwood, Henry
Fleetwood, Jeremiah
Fleetwood, John
Fleetwood, Lydia
Fleetwood, Susan
Fleetwood, William
Fleetwood, Winaford
Flood, John
Floyd, John
Floyd, Keel
Floyd, Lewis
Floyd, Mary
Floyd, Rachel
Floyd, Randall
Floyd, Turner C
Floyd, Winburn
Folk, Benjamin
Folk, David
Folk, James E
Folk, John
Folk, Sally
Folk, Sarah
Folk, W K
Forbes, Robert
Ford, Alexander
Foss, Thomas
Foster, Anthony
Foster, Arthur
Foster, George
Foster, Robert
Fraim, Will S
Frances, Elizabeth
Francis, Delilah
Francis, Henry
Francis, Sterling
Fraser
Fraser, James
Fraser, John H
Fraser, William
Freeman, Aquilla
Freeman, Celia
Freeman, Celia (1840)
Freeman, Christian
Freeman, Eliza
Freeman, Hardy
Freeman, Isaac
Freeman, J P
Freeman, Jacob
Freeman, Jacob N
Freeman, James
Freeman, James R
Freeman, Jeremiah
Freeman, John
Freeman, John Blount
Freeman, John, Captain
Freeman, Joseph
Freeman, Joshua
Freeman, Josiah
Freeman, King
Freeman, Lewis
Freeman, Martha
Freeman, Mary
Freeman, Mary E
Freeman, Moses
Freeman, R N
Freeman, R P
Freeman, Riddick
Freeman, S L J
Freeman, Sallie M
Freeman, Sally
Freeman, Sarah
Freeman, Smith
Freeman, Soloman
Freeman, Timothy
Freeman, William
Freeman, William J
Friar, Beadrix
Frost, James
Fry, Catherine
Fryer, Bazemore
Fryer, Sion
Fryer, Willis
Gaff, John
Gains, Elizabeth
Gales, Christopher H
Ganoy, William
Gardner, James
Gardner, John
Gardner, Martin
Gardner, Mary
Gardner, Sarah
Gardner, William
Garland, Samuel
Garrett, Ameticus
Garrett, David
Garrett, Edmund
Garrett, Edward
Garrett, Harriett
Garrett, Henry
Garrett, J F
Garrett, Jacob
Garrett, Jesse
Garrett, John
Garrett, Joseph
Garrett, Mary
Garrett, Richard
Garrett, Thomas
Garrett, William I
Gaskins, Augustus
Gaskins, Benjamin
Gaskins, David
Gaskins, John
Gaskins, Lorenzo D
Gaskins, Medicus
Gaskins, Ritty Penelope
Gaskins, Starky
Gaskins, Thomas
Gaskins, William A
Gibbs, Henry
Gilberd, Henry Smith
Gilder, Kuglad
Gill, Edward
Gill, James
Gill, John
Gill, Richard
Gill, Thomas
Gill, William
Gillam, Allen
Gillam, B B
Gillam, Benjamin
Gillam, E R, Mrs.
Gillam, Frances
Gillam, Henry
Gillam, John R
Gillam, Miles
Gillam, Moses
Gillam, Thomas
Gillam, William
Gillam, Willie J
Gillman, James
Gilman, James
Girand, Hanen
Giulder, Hukill
Gliston, Ann
Gliston, Arthur
Gliston, Daniel
Gliston, James
Godfrey, William
Godwin, Calvin
Godwin, Jesse
Godwin, Silvia
Godwin, Thellie
Godwin, William
Goff, John
Gold, Eliza
Goodman, William
Gordon, Edward
Gould, Elizabeth
Gould, George
Granberry, David
Granberry, John
Granberry, Josiah
Granberry, Samuel
Granberry, Stephen
Granberry, Thomas
Granberry, William
Gray, Ann
Gray, George
Gray, Helen C
Gray, Jannet
Gray, John
Gray, Samuel
Gray, Stephens
Gray, William
Gray, William Lee
Gray, William S
Green, Abram
Green, George
Green, John
Green, Noah E
Green, Thomas
Gregory, A J
Gregory, Asa
Gregory, Ashel
Gregory, Barbara
Gregory, David L
Gregory, Elizabeth
Gregory, Isaac
Gregory, James
Gregory, John
Gregory, Samuel
Gregory, Thomas
Griffin, Ann
Griffin, Christian
Griffin, Edward
Griffin, Elizabeth
Griffin, John B
Griffin, John S
Griffin, Micajah
Griffin, Michael
Griffin, Sallie E
Griffin, T B
Griffin, William
Griffin, William C
Grimes, James
Grimes, Luten
Grizzard, Joel
Grover, Absylla
Grover, James S
Grymes, Samuel
Guilder, Hercule (1756)
Guilder, Hughkill
Gurley, Annie
Gurley, Charles
Gurley, John R
Gurley, Robert J
Gurley, W P, Jr.
Guyther, John
Guyther, Sarah
Guyther, William
Hadman, Robert
Hagan, John
Haggard, Elisha
Haland, Caroline
Hale, John
Hale, W H
Hall, J W
Hall, James W
Hall, John
Hall, Joseph
Hall, Mary W
Hall, Robert P, Dr.
Hallam, John
Hallom, Jeremiah
Hallum, John
Hallum, K M
Ham, William W
Hamage, George
Hammet, Robert
Hancock, Corinna C
Hancock, Everitt
Hancock, Henry
Hancock, Lizzie
Hansford, Jenkins
Hansford, Thomas
Harden, C T
Harden, Thomas
Hardin, Lemuel
Hardison, Asa
Hardison, Hardy
Hardy, Andrew J
Hardy, Aquilla
Hardy, Asa
Hardy, Benjamin
Hardy, C
Hardy, Charles
Hardy, Edward
Hardy, H H
Hardy, Hugh
Hardy, Humphrey
Hardy, J H
Hardy, John
Hardy, Joseph
Hardy, Lamb
Hardy, Marsha T
Hardy, Martha
Hardy, Miles
Hardy, Sarah
Hardy, Thomas B
Hardy, William
Hardy, William P
Hare, George
Hare, Mary Ann
Hare, Penelope
Hare, Richard
Hare, Thomas
Hare, Thomas E
Harle, Adam
Harlowe, John
Harmon, Bettie
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Weston, Ephraim
Weston, Ephraim B
Weston, Ephram
Weston, Hardy
Weston, John
Weston, Jordan
Weston, Malachi
Weston, Margaret
Weston, Mary
Weston, Nancy
Weston, R A
Weston, Sally
Weston, Sarah
Weston, Soloman
Weston, William
Whealer, William
Wheaton, William
Wheeler, John
Wheeler, William
Whilaire, Edward
Whitaker, John E
White, Abner
White, Alpheus J
White, Andrew
White, Anne
White, Augustus
White, Ben
White, Bryant
White, Cader
White, D D
White, David
White, Dempsey
White, Demsey
White, Dorsey
White, Duncan
White, Eliza
White, Elizabeth
White, Ezekial
White, Frederick
White, George
White, Harriet
White, Henry
White, Hezekiah
White, Holt
White, Isaac
White, J P
White, Jacob
White, James
White, Jesse
White, John
White, John D
White, John Duke
White, Johnson L
White, Jonathan
White, Joseph
White, Joshua
White, Josiah
White, Kadar
White, Kader
White, Keneth
White, King
White, Lavania
White, Lodwick
White, Luke
White, Manassas
White, Marcus
White, Martha
White, Martilla
White, Martin
White, Mary
White, Meady
White, Media
White, Medy
White, Mordeca
White, Nancy
White, Nicey
White, Noah A
White, Penelope A
White, Peter
White, Polly
White, Reuben
White, Reuben L
White, Ruffin M
White, Sadie
White, Sallie
White, Solomon
White, Starkey
White, Thomas
White, V B
White, Whitmell
White, Willaim
White, William
White, William H
White, William J
White, William N
White, William W
White, Zachus
Whitfield, Benjamin & Elizabeth
Whitfield, Elisha
Whitfield, Elizabeth
Whitfield, Macon
Whitfield, Reuben
Whitfield, Thomas
Whitmell, Thomas (1779)
Wickens, William
Wiggins, Blake B
Wiggins, James
Wiggins, John
Wiggins, Samuel
Wiggins, Turner
Wilder, Absalom
Wilder, Charles
Wilford, Archibald
Wilford, Elizabeth
Wilford, Ferby
Wilford, Harvey
Wilford, James
Wilford, Jarra
Wilford, Judah
Wilford, Judith
Wilford, Laura
Wilford, Mary A
Wilford, Mary M
Wilford, Mary, Alanson, Francis & Harriet
Wilford, Nazareth
Wilford, Peyton
Wilford, Rob
Wilford, Robert
Wilkerson, Thomas
Wilkins, Grady
Wilkinson, James
Wilks, James
Wilks, Kinchen
Wilks, Micajah
Willaby, William
Willey, Mary
Willey, Matthias & Mary
Williams
Williams, Alan
Williams, Allen
Williams, Ann
Williams, Arthur
Williams, Ben
Williams, Benjamin
Williams, Benjamin B
Williams, Cornelius
Williams, Elijah
Williams, Elisha
Williams, Ely
Williams, Emilia
Williams, Etheldred
Williams, Ezekian
Williams, Francis
Williams, George
Williams, H L
Williams, Henry
Williams, Isaac
Williams, J J
Williams, James
Williams, James (1803)
Williams, James (1807)
Williams, James P
Williams, Joab
Williams, Joanna
Williams, John
Williams, John B
Williams, John F
Williams, John Mack
Williams, John, Dr.
Williams, Joseph John
Williams, Josiah
Williams, Lemuel
Williams, Martha Ann
Williams, Mary
Williams, Matilda
Williams, Milly
Williams, Moses
Williams, Nancy
Williams, Nannie
Williams, Nelson
Williams, Prudence
Williams, Richard
Williams, Samuel
Williams, Sarah
Williams, Seth
Williams, Theophilious
Williams, Thomas E
Williams, William
Williams, William L
Williams, William W
Williams, Wilson
Williamson, Constant
Williamson, Hanah
Williamson, James
Williamson, William
Williby, William
Williford, Abner
Williford, Alanson
Williford, Appie
Williford, Asa
Williford, Eveline
Williford, George
Williford, Henrietta
Williford, J J
Williford, James
Williford, Jethro B
Williford, John
Williford, Joseph A
Williford, Joseph B
Williford, Martha
Williford, Martha A
Williford, Mary
Williford, Nazareth
Williford, Richard
Williford, Robert
Williford, Sarah
Williford, Stephen
Williford, W J
Williford, William B
Willoughby, John
Wills, John
Willson, Lewis
Wilson, Benjamin
Wilson, Bette
Wilson, Charlotte
Wilson, Edward
Wilson, Etherton
Wilson, George
Wilson, Henderson
Wilson, J F
Wilson, James
Wilson, John
Wilson, Josiah
Wilson, L H
Wilson, Lewis
Wilson, Marget
Wilson, Mollie
Wilson, Pattie
Wilson, Rachel
Wilson, Sarah
Wilson, Silas
Wilson, Solomon
Wilson, T
Wilson, Thaddeus H
Wilson, Thomas
Wilson, Turner
Wilson, William
Wimberly, Benjamin
Wimberly, Elizabeth
Wimberly, Frederick
Wimberly, Isaac
Wimberly, John
Wimberly, Joseph
Wimberly, Thomas
Winant, Winant
Winborn, Alfred
Winborn, Mary
Winborne, Frances
Winborne, Henry
Winborne, Watson
Winston, Duncan C
Winston, P H, Sr.
Wolfden, John
Wood, Henry
Wood, James
Wood, Jesse
Wood, John E
Wood, John M
Wood, John W
Wood, Jonas
Wood, Joseph
Wood, Mary
Wood, Moses
Wood, Sanas
Worley, Daniel
Worley, Louisa
Worley, Mary
Worley, Thomas
Worley, William G
Worsley, Lucretia
Worth, Richard
Wright, Edward
Wright, Mary
Wynants, Peter
Wynn, William
Wynne, Benjamin
Wynne, Daniel P
Wynne, George
Wynne, James Boon
Wynne, John
Wynne, Levina
Wynne, Nancy Carolyn
Wynne, William D
Yaile, Isaac
Yates, John
Yates, Peter
Yearley, Asa
Yeates, Charles
Yeates, Edward
Yeates, Elizabeth
Yeates, James
Yeates, Mary A
Yeates, Thomas
Yeates, William
Yeates, William Edward
Yeats, David
Yeoman, William
Young, Daniel
Young, Jarrod
Young, John
Young, Martha


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