Location: Bladen County NC

Bladen County, North Carolina – Wills 1767-1806

A. 1778 ADAIR, JAMES, Robert, (son); Susanna McTyer (daughter); Adair McTyer (grandson); Elizabeth H. Cade (daughter). 1796 ANDRES. JOHN JR. Children (not named). B. 1767 BAILEY, THOMAS, Hester (wife); Thomas. 1772 BEARD, WILLIAM, Catherine (wife); James and John; Catherine Moore (daughter). 1774 BEATTY, JOHN, Margaret (wife); Mary BinsMan and Flora Harris (daughters). 1774 BENBOW, CHARLES, Benjamin, Thomas, Ann. Mary, Sarah and Sapphira; Mary Clayton (daughter). 1774 BRYAN, JOHN, Jane (wife); John, Phillemore, Ann and James. 1777 BORDEN, PETER, Wife (not named). 1782 BROWN, GEORGE, Elizabeth (wife); Thomas, John, George, Richard, Euphemia, Mary and Margaret. 1783 BARNEY, WILLIAM H. James, William,

Biography of Dr. William C. Singletary

DR. WILLIAM C. SINGLETARY. Among those who from early manhood have devoted their lives to the cause of suffering humanity, William C. Singletary may be regarded as among the foremost, and in pursuing the noble calling of medicine he has made fame and fortune for himself. He owes his nativity to Bladen County, N. C., born in 1829; a son of Rev. John and Mary Ann (Johnson) Singletary, both natives of the same county and State as their son. In that State they were liberally educated. afterward married, and in 1830 moved to Carter County, Tennessee, where they passed the

Bladen County, North Carolina Cemetery Transcriptions

North Carolina Cemetery records are listed by county then name of cemetery within the North Carolina county. Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Following Cemeteries (hosted at Bladen County, North Carolina Tombstone Transcription Project) Cromartie Cemetery Old Cain Cemetery Old Field Cemetery