Sallys Family Place

 

Tales of  NC Roanoke - Chowan Area & Elsewhere

 

   Sally and Granddaughter 
    Sally and  Mother          Sally and Granddaughter   
       Maple Lawn, Hertford Co, NC    New Haven, CT           

Welcome, Folks! Come on into the parlor! Sit for a spell! and visit with the generations of 
MOORE, PARKER, RAYNER, ROUNTREE,  WARD, RAYNER(2), HAYES, SANDERLIN, 
WHEELER JONES, DREW, LAWRENCE, BROWNHAYES(2), HUDGINS,  WALKUP, 
COTTEN, WOOD, HILL, WALTON, OUTLAW,   RASCOE, RASCOE(2), COPELAND, 
PARKER(2) MINCHEW PARKER(3), RIDDICK,  RIDDICK(2),  SAWYER, GREGORY,  WRIGHT, BROWNE, LONGWORTH,   FREEMAN FREEMAN(2)
 STALLINGS,  BOND HUNTER, CHAPPEL, CANADY, HUNTER(2), RASCOE(3),
 
PERRY, CARTER, HENDRICKSWALSTON,  BENTLEY, RIDDICK(3),
 
BOND(2), RIDDICK(4), FOSTER LAWRENCE(2), RUTLAND BRITTLE,
 
FOSTER(2)
, ROGERS,  EDWARDS, CORDING,BUSH, PARKER(4), WOOD(2), 
 BAKER,  BREWER, WHITMEL, ASHLEY, MOORE(2), WRIGHT(2),
FARLEE, MURPHY, GODWIN JONES(2) CRANE, LYON,  WILLIAMS  
 &  others  that number among my ancestors. 
 Indeed, some of my ancestors had made their way to North Carolina in the 1600's.

This is an ongoing project -
 my working hypothesis! 
Additions  and  corrections  welcomed.
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I enjoy hearing from you.
  Sally




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I cannot think of them as dead Who walk with me no more;
Along the path of life I tread They have but gone before.
Mine are they by an ownership Nor time nor death can free;
For God hath given to love to keep Its own eternally. 
Words by Frederick Lucian Hosmer, 1882

Like leaves on trees the race of man is found,
Now green in youth, now withering on the ground:
Another race the following Spring supplies;
They rise successive and successive fall:
So generations in their course decay;
So flourish these when those are passed away.

Pope's Translation Homer's Iliad