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RACT OF CHOWAN COUNTY WILLS, (Continued) -----
ACT OF MARRIAGE BONDS OF CHOWAN COUNTY
PAUL'S CHURCH, EDENTON, N. C.---.
QUERIES AND ANSWERS ------
PETITION OF CHURCH WARDENS --
THE NORTH CAROLINA
HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL REGISTER.
J. R. B. HATHAWAY, Editor AND FINANCIAL AGENT,
EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA.
“Like leaves on trees the race of man is found,
Now green in youth, now withering on the ground :
- Pope's Translation Homer's Iliad.
NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL AND
ABSTRACT OF CHOWAN CO. WILLS.
*Iredell, James (Chowan), April 27th, 1790; July 22nd 1794. Wife, my relative Miss Margaret Macartney, dec’d, of Great Britain, Henry Eustace McCulloch, my wife and her brother Samuel Johnston, son James, daughters Anne, Isabella and Helen. S. Iredell; my mother; brother Arthur, Samuel Johnston Exr. Test, A. llodge, Sam Tredwell.
Iredell, Hannah (widow of James Iredell), Jan'y 20, 1823. Sept. Term 1826. Son James Iredell, my daughter Helen S. Iredell, nephew James C. Johnston and son James Iredell Exrs.
Jones, Epaphroditus, Hertford Co., July 3rd, 1768. Wife Rebecca, grand-daughters Millie Jones and Arkade Jones, daughter Mary Fryer, Edward Arnall Exr. Test, Thomas Harrell, John llarrell, Demse Harrell.
Jones, George, Chowan, Oct. 18th, 1890. Brothers Robert, Allen, Willie and Tamerlane Jones; Robert Jones and James Bradley of Northampton Co., Exrs. Test. E. Norfleet, Will T. Muse.
Jones, Thomas, Edenton, Augt. 2nd, 1775. My Executors to sell my houses and land in Kentish Town, Middlesex Co., G. B. Son Thomas, daughter Sarah, son Francis, daughter Ann Jones, sister Mary Jones of Oxford, G. B., nieces Elizabeth and Ann Earl (daughters of Rey. Daniel Earl) Rev. Daniel Earl, Walter Ferguson and
* James Iredell married Miss Hannah Johnston, sister of Gov. Samuel Johnston and daughter of Samuel Johnston He was appointed by President George Washington as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Was one of the most prominent leaders of the Revolution in North Carolina, and many of his public papers and letters written in the interest of Independence have been preserved in "McRee's Life and Correspondence of James Iredell.” He is buried near Edenton in the burial lot of the Johnston family at Hayes. We hope to give a more extended notice of him and his family in a future issue of the REGISTER,