Surnames/tags: southern_colonies Province_of_North_Carolina Team Province_of_South_Carolina Team
Welcome to the team page for the Province of Carolina, US Southern Colonies Project. This page has information about team members, team goals, and additional resources. Click here for links to other Colonial Teams. Click here for a page that focuses on the history and development of the Province of Carolina, here for North Carolina, and here for South Carolina.
Team Leader: Mary Richardson English ancestors -through Virginia to North Carolina. Scottish ancestors immigrated to the Province of Carolina, then Abbeville, S,C. to Georgia,
- Ross Ashley ancestor (Hugh Ross of the Chester District) about 1770; by '75, our ancestor old Hugh Ross was a rebel in arms against the Crown.
- Joan Benton: ... see home page
- Donnie Blackstone -
- Kimberly Carroll -Many connections to Virginia, South Carolina, and North Carolina.
- Lee Casad -
- Lela Howard - Interested in Carolinas, specifically Surry/Lincoln Counties in NC as my Cook family were there in early to mid 1700s. I have land records. My goal is to break through my roadblock of Philip Cook. Philip passed about 1820 in Lincoln CO, NC. The 3 boys moved to Indiana, Missouri, then finally Washington CO, Kansas. It is believed they were brothers as they seemed to move together.Adding sources into profiles on wikitree and add family members so that we can expand on our trees. Paternal Family names: Cook, Raines, Whestine, Shittle, Rosebaugh. Maternal Family names(KS): Novak, Klabzuba
- Laura DeSpain All of my ancestors were from the Southern Colonies. Most of us are still in the Southeastern U.S. Most of my maternal line is still in South Carolina and has been since before the 1700s.
- Mags Gaulden - doing, stuff. Deep South Carolina/NC/GA/VA Roots.
- Christina McKeithan -- hi everyone! My husbands side is all from the Carolinas, pretty far back, I'm still researching how far. A few direct ancestors in the region as well. Willing to help with just about anything I can.Wants to contribute to Province of Carolina Team, Province of North Carolina (1712-1776) Team, and Province of South Carolina (1712-1776) Team
- John Griscom Jr. about John
- Amy (Hargis) Blythe- Mid-Colonial period in NC; Heavy focus in SC
- LaMyra Morton
- Amanda Torrey - about Amanda....
- Chad Olivent ancestors here and Jamestown
- Betty Skelton Norman - will work on what is needed. Many of my ancestors settled in South Carolina upstate -- what was once District Ninety Six. What is most remarkable about them is not the fame they achieved, but that their progeny endured, still in the Carolina Piedmont, even through the antebellum period. Their surnames are Skelton, Banister, Moore, Todd, Hembree, Brock, Holcombe, Braswell. Quality Assurance-Analysis of Province of Carolina profiles for dead links
- Brenda Breland Shaffer - Almost all of my ancestors arrived in Virginia, and then are documented in the Carolina's and Georgia during the Colonial period. will be working on sources on profiles to validate them and familial relationships.
- L Sauls Currently working on the family of Alexander Younger, whose son James is reputed to have been a preacher in Carolina.
- John Simmons-about John
- T Stanton - many early family lines in Carolina; a significant number came from Nansemond, a few from Massachusetts, a few from the Old World. Stantonsburg, North Carolina (population 768) founded by and named for two multi-great grandfathers.
- Beth Streu My ancestors were in Virginia and the Carolinas before the Revolutionary War. They migrated through Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi and finally into Texas.
- Elida Tirey - about Elida...
- Glenn Tuley - My Tuley Family documents back to an 1808 marriage in Kentucky. Family legends say they travelled west with Daniel Boone, so that makes coming from North Carolina a possibility. There were documented Tuley families in North Carolina in the 1700's that could be a connection. Other related families also came from North Carolina.
- Jim Ward
- Carol Wilder - Willing to assist in any way. Sourcing Dodson profiles on WikiTree with good sources. Adding spouses (b in Edgecombe County, NC) , with abstract of will.
- Identify the men and women who emigrated and settled in Province of Carolina.
- Find the existing profiles on WikiTree
- Research each potential profile for references.
- Improve the profiles of people born in the Province of Carolina prior to 1776. Research these thoroughly so they are fully sources. Write the biography. Inline source these, if possible connect to the global family tree.
- People not found on wikiTree will need a profile written with good researched sources.
- Categories for this Province of Carolina. When we have the category available, then add Category for '''[[:Category:Province of Carolina]]''', <SAVE>
- For Project Protection, Request from any leader
Some of this is pre-1700- this project needs very good sources
- Write Biographies if profiles are missing the Biography
- List good sources on profiles to validate them and familial relationships.
- Develop Categories
- Add the new (as of August, 2020) sticker to profiles
- Request from any leader, to project protect your profiles.
- Members - work on Suggestions for Province of Carolina
- Research if members here are still working on Province of Carolina and Southern Colonies
- Quality Assurance working existing profiles for dead links or poor sources. Betty Skelton Norman, Laura DeSpain, and Carol Wilder
- US Southern Colonies Province of Carolina History
- Carolina 1626 to 1729
- North Carolina 1729 to November 21, 1789
- South Carolina 1729 -1788 British S.C. page
- British North Carolina
- Founding Fathers information, resources for those involved in the legislature, etc.
- Magna Carta Project examines the descendents of the original signers of the Magna Carta. GREAT resource page!
- South Carolina Resources SC space page
- dbid=49185&key=Uhttps://www.ancestry.com/interactive/49185/FLHG_HistAnsonCntyNC-0019?backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=49185&path=&ssrc=&backlabel=ReturnBrowsing&clickref=1101l8sVokUQ,1101l8sVokUQ&adref=&o_xid=01011l4xx5&o_lid=01011l4xx5&o_sch=Affiliate+External History of Anson County, North Carolina, 1750-> Anson county History, North Carolina
Province of Carolina
- NOTE: Ultimately, we will link to the separate source page for this colony once we make sure that the following are also represented on that colony's source page
- The South Carolina Colony was founded by the British in 1663 and was one of the 13 original colonies. 
- North Carolina Patriotic Graves Registery, NSSAR
- Shields, Ruth Herndon, [http://www.acregenealo *[https://culpepperconnections.com Culpepper Connections] *[https://archive.org/details/colonialrecordso01nort/page/n5/mode/2up The colonial records of North Carolina, by North Carolina; Saunders, William Laurence, 1835-1891; North Carolina. Trustees of the public libraries] *[http://revwarapps.org/ "Southern Campaigns Revolutionary War Pension Statements & Rosters"] *https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Genealogical_Documents_and_Sources * https://blackbeardthepirate.com/history.htm ==== Vital Records ==== * Camin, Betty J; Camin, Edwin A,<nowiki>[https://archive.org/details/northcarolinabas1990cami North Carolina bastardy bonds]; Topics Illegitimate children,Publisher Mount Airy, N.C. : B.J. and E.A. Camin, State Library of North Carolina, 1990. link
- [Anson Co., North Carolina and Early Craven Co., Cheraw District and
Chesterfield Co., South Carolina settlers, and history]
- Deaths, Probate
- Grimes, J. Bryan, [http://www.usgwarchives.net/nc/statewide/grimes/grimeswills.html North Carolina Wills & Inventories], Copied from Original & Recorded Wills & Inventories in the Office of Secretary of State (1912). Contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives by Nola Duffy. link
- Shields, Ruth Herndon, [http://www.acregenealogy.org/PDF/Estates/Orange_Co_NC_Abstracts_of_Wills.pdf Abstracts of Wills Recorded in Orange County, North Carolina 1752-1800], Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore (1957, 1966, 1972). link
- NCGENWEB Project Wills by County
- North Carolina Marriages, 1759-1979 (FamilySearch-source citation copy/paste provided)
- David M. Corkle, compiler, North Carolina Land Grant Images and Data, 1663 to 1960, State Archives of North Carolina (2015).
- North Carolina Land Grants, Link
- North Carolina Manuscript and Archive Systems, North Carolina State Archives, Search
- Surname / Family / Demographic Compilations
- Unknown Author, Culpepper Connections, The Culpepper Family History Site
- Scots to Colonial North Carolina Before 1775
- "Cradle of the Colony: The History of Chowan County and Edenton, NC", by Dr. Thomas Paramore, 1967, page 26 .
- The colonial records of North Carolina by North Carolina; Saunders, William Laurence, 1835-1891; North Carolina. Trustees of the public libraries
- Chowanoac Indians
- Native heritage- the Chowan Indians
- Chowan Indians, the Chowanoacs
- history of Chowan County
- Wikipedia Chowanoke Indians
TO DO for February
1) All members Search through the categories for Profiles needing new Biographies. Post on this space page; Biographies Needed-QA
2) All members
Write biographies on profiles needing Biographies
3) Inline source the biographies with good sources.
- Login to edit this profile and add images.
- Private Messages: Contact the Profile Managers privately: Liz Shifflett, Mary Richardson, David Douglass, Darlene Athey-Hill, and US Southern Colonies Project WikiTree. (Best when privacy is an issue.)
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