Concerning the land allotted to the Tuscarora in Birtie they have leased it several times; and I have selected a few of the laws of North Carolina that are now in force, concerning the Tuscarora in that state, namely: Gabriel Johnson, Esq., Governor. At a general assembly held at New Bern, the fifteenth day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty-eight. An Act for ascertaining the bounds of a certain tract of land formerly laid out by treaty to the use of the Tuscarora Indians, so long as they, or any of them,
Location: Bertie County NC
A. 1762 ANDREWS, ABNER, Wife (not named), Margaret, Stephen and John. 1762 AZWELL, THOMAS, Ann Gibbons (mother), Ann Virgin (sister). 1771 ASKEW AARON, Martha (wife), Jesse, Moses, Martha, Sarah, Pheraba and Ann. 1771 AVERETT, HENRY, Martha (wife), Julia and Martha. 1771 ABINGDON, JAMES, wife (not named), James, Hardiman, Martha, Elizabeth, William, Thomas, Henry, Littleberry, Sarah and Lydia. 1772 AVERETT, HENRY, Jesse and Charles; and the children of Henry (son). 1781 ASIIRORN, THOMAS, Elizabeth, Benjamin, Thomas, William and Elisha. 1781 AVERITT, SIMON, Thomas, William and James. 1790 AVIS, SAWYER, Joseph. 1790 ASHLEY, THOMAS, Harrell, Amos. 1791 ARMISTEAD, WILLIAM, Sarah, Jordan, Starkey,
A transcription taken by Betty Brown in 2004 of the Pleasant Grove Garden Cemetery in Aulander, Bertie County, North Carolina.
Saponi Tribe: Evidently a corruption of Monasiccapano or Monasukapanough, which, as shown by Bushnell, is probably derived in part from a native term “moni seep” signifying “shallow water.” Paanese is a corruption and in no way connected with the word “Pawnee.” Saponi Connections. The Saponi belonged to the Siouan linguistic family, their nearest relations being the Tutelo. Saponi Location. The earliest known location of the Saponi has been identified by Bushnell (1930) with high probability with “an extensive village site on the banks of the Rivanna, in Albemarle County, directly north of the University of Virginia and about one-half mile
Chowanoc Tribe: Meaning in Algonquian “(people) at the south.” Chowanoc Connections. The Chowanoc belonged to the Algonquian linguistic family and were evidently most nearly allied to the other North Carolina Algonquians. Chowanoc Location. On Chowan River about the junction of Meherrin and Blackwater Rivers. Chowanoc Villages Catoking, (probably) near Gatesville, in Gates County. Maraton, on the east bank of Chowan River in Chowan County. Metocaum, on Chowan River in the present Bertie County. Ohanoak, on the west side of Chowan River not far below Nottoway River probably in Hertford County. Ramushonok, apparently between the Meherrin and Nottoway Rivers in Hertford
Private, Pioneer Inf., 57th Regt. Born in Bertie County; the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Sutton. Entered the service Aug. 5, 1918, at Windsor, N.C. Was sent to Camp Wadsworth, S. C., Aug. 6th. Sailed for France. Was in Officers’ Training Camp at Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., for two months. Flying cadet in aviation two months. Mustered out at Camp Lee, Va., May 1, 1919.
Private, 117th Inf., 30th Div., Co. L. Born in Bertie County Aug. 16, 1894; son of Mr. and Mrs. Junius Roane. Entered service March 29, 1918, at Kelford, N.C. Was sent to Camp Jackson, S. C., and from there to Camp Sevier, S. C. Sailed for France July 3, 1918. Fought on the Hindenburg Line, Bellicourt, Ypres, and in all engagements of 117th Regt. Arrived in the United States March 1, 1919. Landed at Charleston, S. C. Mustered out at Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., April 16, 1919.
1st Sergt., Engineers, Co. B. Born in Bertie County; the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Peele. Entered the service May 27, 1917, at Lewiston, N.C. Was sent to Camp Jackson, S. C., and sailed for France Sept. 14, 1918. Promoted to rank of first Sergt. February, 1919. Arrived in USA July 4, 1919. Mustered out at Camp Jackson, S. C., July 14, 1919.
Regt., Supply Sergt., Inf., Co. Supply, 81st Div., 321st Regt.; of Bertie County; son of John A. Fore and Mrs. Sallie A. Fore. Husband of Mrs. Ethel (Gattis) Fore. Entered service Oct. 4, 1917, at Roxobel, N.C. Sent to Camp Jackson, S. C. Transferred to Camp Sevier, S.C., May 21, 1918. Sailed for France Aug. 17, 1918. Promoted to rank of Regt. Supply Sergt. March, 1918. Fought at St. Die, Meuse-Argonne offensive. Arrived in USA June 20, 1919, at Newport News, Va., Mustered out at Camp Lee, Va., June 27, 1919.
Private, Inf., 13th Co.; of Bertie County; son of James A. and Mrs. Elnora Davis. Entered service Aug., 1918, at Windsor, N.C. Sent to Camp Greene, N.C. Mustered out at Camp Greene, N.C., Dec., 1919.