Thursday, December 20, 2007

Cumberland County, NC Early Records

Cumberland County, North Carolina, was formed in 1754 from Bladen County.


Ann Gowen was in Cumberland County, North Carolina, in November 1761 when the court ordered her to "keep in her possession a Mulatto Boy which she now has in order that she may have him here next court" [Minutes 1759-65, 75].

9 Nov 1764, Crown to WILLIAM GOWEN, 300 ac in Cumberland on both sides of the Pocket (?) Cr. (Patent Bk 17, p 116, #7448) (Hofmann, Margaret M. Colony of NC, 1735-1764, Abstracts of Land Patents, Vol 1, 1982, p 527)


From the Cumberland County USGenWeb http://www.rootsweb.com/~nccumber/cumberland.htm
Index to Cumberland County, NC Estate Records
Goven, David 29 1775
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Estate record for David Goven submitted by Carolyn Gibbons, Volunteer for the Cumberland County, NC web page.
Transcribed by Tracy Hutchison.

North Carolina
County of Cumberland

Know all men by these presents that we James Worth Thomas Rutherfurd & Robert Mylne are held and bound unto Josiah Martin Esqr. Governor & of said province………………….in the Just and full sum of Two hundred pounds……………..proclamation money to be paid 10. pounds………….the sd Governor.
His Sucessors or Assigns For the which payment well and truly to be made. We Bond Ourselves. Our heirs. Executors and Administrators. Jointly and severally. Formly by these presents. Seal with our Seal. This 28th Day of Jan. for Anno Dom. 1775 –
The condition of this Obligation is such that if the above Counsen James Worth –Administrator of all and Singular the Good and Chattels Rights and Credits of David Goven………………………….Deceased. do make or Cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all singular the Goods and Chattels, Rights and Credits of the Deceased which have or Shall Come to the Hands knowledge or possession of the said James Worth.
Of into the Hands or possession of any other person or persons for him and the same to made do Exhibit or Cause to Exhibit into the Secretary’s Office and one attested copy thereof to the County Court where Orders for administration passed within ninty Days after the date of these presents and the same Goods Chattels and Credits and all others the Goods Chattels and Credits of the Deceased at the time of Death which at anytime hereafter shall Come into the Hands or possession of the Said James Worth………………..Or unto the Hands or possession of any other person or persons for do well and truly Administer According to Law and further do make or Cause to be made A true and Just account of his said Administration within one year after the date of these Presents and all the rest and Residue of the said Goods Chattels and Credits which shall be found remaining upon the said Administras Account the same being first examined and allowed by the Govenor and Counsil General Court or County Court shall Deliver and pay unto such person or person Respectfully as the same shall be due pursuant to the true Intent and meaning of the Act in that Case made and provided and if it shall appear that any will and Testament was made by the said Deceased and the Executor or Executors Herein named do Exhibit the same into Court making Request to have it allowed and approved according by if the said James Worth
Above bounded being thereunto required to under and deliver the said Letters of Administration Approbation of such Testament being first had and made in the said Court. Then this Obligation to be paid and none Effect or Else to remain in full force and virtue
James Worth (Seal)
Tho Rutherford (Seal)
Robert Mylne (Seal)

Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of Tho Gray

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From the Cumberland County USGenWeb http://www.rootsweb.com/~nccumber/cumberland.htm
Marriages
Gioton, James M Guion, Nancy A 12/24/1854
Goings, Charles Terry, Sarah 06/04/1851
Goings, Jacob Millender, Rosana 01/07/1857
Goings, Jacob Spencer, Elizabeth 05/28/1855

Cumberland County, N.C. Marriage Bonds to 1868 - Brides
Ellis, Sally Henry Guvin 12/15/1831 #000032538 Arthur Guvin
Guiton, Sarah Arthue Guins 09/02/1859 #000032544 W H Massey; Arthue Guin
Gain, Mary Elisha Hodge 05/23/1837 #000032785
John W WeisiMosley, Sarah Jackson Massey 04/17/1850 #000034109 David Guin


From the Cumberland County USGenWeb http://www.rootsweb.com/~nccumber/cumberland.htm
Election Returns - 1843
This document is found at the NC Archives CR 029.912.3 Election Records Folder: Election Returns, Constable 1843
A list of the polls of an election held for constable for Rockfish District at the house of Daniel McNeill in said district of the 28th January 1843.
Arthur Guion Sr.
Arthur Guion Jr.
Abram Guion
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Submitted by Carolyn Gibbons, Volunteer for Cumberland County, NC
Left at the Post Office in Fayetteville
2 Dec 1851 Eliza Goins

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Marriage licenses submitted by Cyndie Goins Hoelscher

June 14, 1869 Martin Goings, son of Neill Smith and Lucy Goings, married to Lydia Ann Goings, daughter of David Goings and Polly Goings by Findley Morrison, JP

July 7, 1872 Dougald Goings, son of Thos. & Selice Goings, married to Sarah Wood, daughter of Jim Wood & Lydia Goings by the Rev. Isham Williams.

July 13, 1872 John D Goins, son of John & Jane Goins, married to Eliza Goins, daughter of Neill & Polly Goins by A(?) G Thomston, JP.

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
CUMBERLAND COUNTY

To any regular Minister Of the Gospel Having The Cure Of Souls Or Any Justice Of The Peace For Said County.

You, or any of you, are hereby authorized to celebrate and solemnize the RITE OF MATRIMONY between John D. Goins, son of John and Jane Goins and Eliza Goins, daughter of Neill and Polly Goins and join them together as MAN AND WIFE.

Witness WILLIAM F. CAMPBELL
Register of DEEDS at Office this 13th day of July A.D. of 1872
Thos. F. Campbell, Register of Deeds by A.E. Campbell, Deputy

This is to Certify that I performed the Rite of Matrimony between the above named parties, John D. Goins and Eliza Goins on the 13th day of July 1872. A. G. Thornton, J.P.

November 25, 1873 Daniel Goins, son of Henry Goins and Delila Goins, married Melisa Jane Goins, daughter of Lucy Goins by G W Graham, JP. Witnessed by Mathew Goins, Neill Goins, Eli Walden all of Quewhiffle, Cumberland Co.

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From The Goins-Walden Settlements On Pocket Creek 1764-1910, A Disintegrated Indian Community by Forrest Hazel

March 12, 1888 - Lucian and Mary Goins, Martine and Lydia Goins, Eli and Rebecca (Goins) Walden and Ed and Sarah Goins donated one acre of land "west of the head of Silver Run Creek and north of the Morgantown Rd" to trustees of School #1 (colored), who were Martine Goins, J. R. Ransome and B. D. Goins for the purpose of constructing a school for the "colored" children of Little River and Quewhiffle Townships.

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October 4, 1888 H W Goins, son of J W Goins and Lucy Ann Goins, married to Lottia J Walden, daughter of Henry Walden and Louiza Walden by Alex Leslie, JP

State of North Carolina CUMBERLAND COUNTY Office of Register of Deeds, September 29th 1888, To any Ordained Minister of any Denominations or any Justice of the Peace for said County: H.W. Goins of Cumberland County, aged 19 years, colored, the son of J. W. Goins and Lucy Ann Goins, the father now living, the mother now living, residents of Cumberland County having applied to me for a LICENCE OF MARRIAGE to be celebrated between him and Lottia J. Walden, aged 19 years, colored, daughter of Henry Walden and Louiza Walden, the father now ________, the mother now ________, residents of __________ and the written consent of ____________, the __________ of said ________, to the proposed marriage at any place within the said County. You are required within two months after you shall have celebrated such marriage to return this license to me, at my office, with your signature subscribed to the certificate under this license and with the blanks therein filled according to the facts under the penalty of forfeiting two hundred dollars to use of any person who shall sue for the same.

H.L. Hall, Register of Deeds


State of North Carolina,
Cumberland County


I Alex Leslie, Justice of the Peace united in Matrimony H.W. Goins and Littia J. Walden the parties licensed above on the 4th day of October 1888 at Henry Waldens in Quewhiffle Township in said county according to law.

Alex Leslie, J.P.


November 16, 1907 Wm Goins, son of Henry Goins and Mary Goins, married to S J McLeod, daughter of Sandy McLeod and Lidy McLeod by G A Wright, JP

June 16, 1906 William Goins, son of Lawrence Goins and Sarah Goins, married to Dora Whitehead, daughter of Mozes Whitehead and Annie J Whitehead by C T Simmons, Minister

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The will is from the microfilm of the Archives' holdings of the original wills and/or the original will books of Cumberland County and was submitted by Carolyn Gibbons, volunteer for Cumberland County, NC. Transcribed by Tracy Hutchison.


North Carolina
Cumberland County

The will of the late Patsie Goings, deceased, of Silver Run, Cumberland County, NC who died March 25th 1909. Made and declared by her on the 24th day of March 1909 at and in her own residence at Silver Run, Cumberland County, N.C>, where was then residing and had been a resident continuously at said place for ten years or more next preceeding her death and next before the making of this her said will and in her last sickness, in the presence of us, who were specially required by her to hear witness thereto, and who have her unto subscribed our names as witnesses: - “My will is that Lucretia Walden, my beloved neice who served me and comforted me in my declining years, in sickness and health, shall have my house and lot situate in Southern Pines, Moore County, N.C. (being in that part of Southern Pines commonly known as Jimtown), and being the only lot of land owned by me in my own name and right and it being my separate property”.

These words or the like effect, the said deceased declared in the presence of the witnesses, whose names are herunto subscribed with the intention that the same should stand for and be her last will and testament and she, the said Patsie Goings bid the witnesses to ber witness that such was her last will and testament.
This the 29th Day of March, 1909.
Witnesses
Mary Tyson
Ida Goings

Sworn and Subscribed to before me this 8th day of July 1909
L P Finch, Notary Public
My commission expires Jan 11th 1911

North Carolina, Cumberland County
In Superior Court, Before the Clerk, 1909

Citation For next of Kin
In the matter of the Last Will & Testament of Patsie Goings, deceased, late of Cumberland County, N.C.

A paper writing purporting to contain num cupative will of Patsie Goings, deceased, and which in words and figures following, to wit: - “My will is that Lucretia Walden, my beloved neice who served me and comforted me in my declining years, in sickness and health, shall have my house and lot situate in Southern Pines, Moore County, N.C., lying and being in that part of Southern Pines commonly known as Jimtown and being the only lot of land owned by me in my own name and right and it being my separate property”, is exhibited for probate before me, the undersigned Clerk Superior Court in and for said County by J. A. Clark. It is there upon ordered that a citation issue to Luie Walden, Flora Manner, the next of kin of the said Patsie Goings, to appear before the undersigned at his office on the 11th day of Aug 1909, and contest said will if they think proper to do so.
This the 15 day of July 1909.
A. McKeithan
Clerk Superior Court of Cumberland County, N.C.

North Carolina, Cumberland County
In Superior Court, Before the Clerk, 1909

Probate of Nun Cupative Will
In the matter of the Last Will and Testament of Patsie Goings, deceased, late of Cumberland County, N.C.

A paper writing purporting to contain the nun cupative will of Patsie Goings, deceased, late of Cumberland County, N.C. and which is in words and figures following, to wit: - “My will is that Lucretia Walden, my beloved neice who served me and comforted me in my declining years, in sickness and health, shall have my house and lot situate in Southern Pines, Moore County, N.C., lying and being in that part of Southern Pines commonly known as Jimtown and being the only lot of land owned by me in my own name and right and it being my separate property,” is exhibited for probate before me, the undersigned Clerk of the Superior Court in and for the State and County aforesaid – by J. A. Clark. And it is thereupon proved by evidence of Mary Tyson, Ida Goins, two competent and creditable witnesses that the said Patsie Goings in her last illness that the said Patsie Goings in her last illness, in her own dwelling house and when she was of sound mind and disposing memory, and in their presence, did make s num cupative will and did in the said will devise her estate in the town of Southern Pines, N.C. to the person and in the manner mentioned in the said writing and that they, the said Mary Tyson and Ida Goings, were especially required by the said Patsie Goings to hear witness thereto. And it is also proved by the said witnesses that the said Patsie Goings died on the 25th day of March 1909, that the said nun cupative will was reduced to writing as aforesaid on the 29th day of March 1909. And it further appears from the notices, information and returns to the citation issued by me the 15th Day of July 1909 to Luie Walden, Minor, being next of kin to said Patsie Goings, and to Ed. Walden, his guardian and father, and that process was suly accepted by said Ed. Walden, guardian and father of said Luie Walden, for his said ward next of kin & c, and that said next of kin and his said guardian and father failed to appear before the undersigned at his office on the 11th Day of August 1909 and contest said will and it further appearing to the satisfaction of the undersigned that the said devises, Lucretia Walden, named in the said nun cupative will is one of the two lineal heirs, being the grand child of the said Patsie Goings, deceased.
It is therefore adjudged that the paper writing doth contain the nun cupative will and testament of the said Patsie Goings as to her separate property in her County aforesaid and that the same as such is filed and recorded This Day of August 1909.
CSC Cumberland Co., N.C.

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From the unpublished works by Jack Goins with permission.

W.B. Goins, et.al. vs. Board of Trustees Indian Normal School.
Filed October 12, 1915 in the Supreme Court of North Carolina.


Willie Goins testified that his father was William Goins. At this time Willie lived in Mallory, South Carolina and "the general reputation is we were Indian, we came from Cumberland County, North Carolina."

Deposition of William Goins introduced on the part of the Plaintiff. "I am the father of W.W. Goins (Willie) and W.B.. Goins the Plaintiffs. I'm going on 68 years of age; am a minister of the gospel. I have lived in Sumpter County most of my life they have always called us after Indian "red bones" and been raised so. There has been some reputation in our family that we were some relations to the Croatan Indians, my grandfather’s name was Fred Goins."

Lizzie Brown testified: "I am a sister to the plaintiffs. I was raised in Sumpter County, South Carolina. We are Indians in the north, but they gave us the name "Red Bones" down there. The reputation is, there is no Negro blood is any of us."

Myer Giddine, witness for the plaintiff, testified as follows: I live in Privateer Township, Sumpter County, South Carolina I live about 1/4 mile from William Goins, father of the Plaintiffs. for thirty years. The only talk I ever heard about the race of people the Plaintiff was that they were Indians. heard that talk ever since I was big enough to remember it. The mother of the plaintiff has long black hair.

Gaston Locklear testified for the defense. "I am a member of the board of trustees of the Cherokee Indian Normal School of Pembroke. I was not a member when some of these people were first permitted to attend the school. After this question arose I made an investigation about the time we were getting ready to exclude them or to pass on the question. I went to Sumpter County, South Carolina in the eastern part of Sumpter County. I went for the purpose of asserting what the general reputation was as to these people and to find out whether they were entitled to go to our school and saw a right smart of people. I have seen William Goins, the father of these plaintiffs. From my knowledge of the Indian people here and from my observation of him (William) he is not an Indian.
Q-Being appointed by member of the board state what you did for the purpose of ascertaining what the general reputation was down there?
A- I went to find out if they were entitled to go to our schools. Q-From this investigation you made what do you say is the general reputation as to whether or not they are people of Negro Blood. A-Their general reputation is they are colored people.
Q-Have you seen William Goins father of the Plaintiffs?
A-I have, and who they said was their father.
Q-From your general knowledge of the Indian people here and from your observation of him, state whether or not in your opinion he is a man of Negro blood.
A-He is of Negro blood.


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1830 Bows Creek, Cumberland Co., NC

Arthur Guion
1 male 10-15
1 male 50-60
1 female under 5
1 female 10-15
1 female 15-20
1 female 20-30
1 female 40-50

Asa Guion
2 male under 5
1 male 5-10
1 male 10-15
2 male 15-20
1 male 60-70
1 female 10-15
1 female 15-20
1 female 40-50


1840 Fayetteville, Cumberland Co., NC

Arthur Guin
1 male 70-80
1 female 10-15
1 female 15-20
1 female 50-60

Abraham Guin
1 male 20-30
1 female 20-30

Asa Guin
1 male 10-15
1 male 15-20
1 male 20-30
1 male 50-60
1 female 50-60

1850 Fayetteville, Cumberland Co., NC

Dwelling 210
Goins, Henry 27 M M NC
Goins, Eliza 24 F M NC
Goins, Angelina 10 F M NC
Goins, Josephine 7 F M NC
Goins, Elizabeth 4 F M NC


Dwelling 395, Family 406
Goins, William 26 M NC
Goins, Catherine 25 F NC
Goins, Green 5 M NC
Goins, Quincey 4 M NC
Goins, Mary 2 F NC


1850 Northern District, Cumberland Co., NC

Dwelling 751, Family 751
Butler, John 60 M SC
Butler, Eliza 5 F NC
Butler, Isham 1 M NC
Guins, Nancy 50 F NC

1850 Western District, Cumberland Co., NC

Dwelling 765, Family
White, Burnwell 55 M NC
White, Rachel 55 F NC
White, Marley? 18 M NC
Guin, Patsey 25 F NC
Guin, Asa 1 M NC
Guin, David 23 M NC

Dwelling 792, Family 805
Guin, Arthur 40 M NC
Guin, Briney 40 F NC
Guin, Moriah 20 F NC
Guin, Eliza 18 F NC
Guin, Nancy 14 F NC
Guin, Jane 13 F NC
Guin, Martha 12 F NC
Guin, Arthur 9 M NC
Guin, Susan 5 F NC
Guin, Charlotte 2 F NC

Dwelling 956, Family 969
Guin, Arthur 92 M VA
Guin, Winney 51 F NC
Reeves, Jane 13 F NC
Reeves, Lavenia 5 F NC

Dwelling 957, Family 970
Guin, Abraham 39 M NC
Guin, Susan 31 F NC
Guin, Lewis 6 M NC
Guin, Thomas 4 M NC

1860 Cumberland, Cumberland Co., NC

Dwelling 729, Family 738-739
McMillian, Eliza 18 F NC
McMillian, Louisa 16 F NC
McMillian, Christian 13 F NC
Guion, Eliza 28 F NC
Guion, May J 23 F NC
Guion, Martha A 20 F NC
Guion, Charlotte 13 F NC
Guion, Mary C 3 F NC
Reves, Mary J 23 F NC
Reves, Susan 20 F NC
Guion, Mariah 30 F NC

1860 Western Division, Cumberland Co., NC

Dwelling 54, Family 50
Vaughn, Charity 62 F NC
Vaughn, Quincy 35 M NC
Vaughn, Ruffin 26 M NC
Vaughn, Fanny 22 F NC
Vaughn, Stephen 9 M NC
Guin, John 18 M NC

Dwelling 112, Family 104
Chavers, Edmund 40 M M NC
Chavers, Mary 25 F M NC
Chavers, Delphy 4 F M NC
Guins, Asa 16 M M NC

Dwelling 170, Family 164
Guin, Arthur 49 M NC
Guin, Sarah 36 F NC
Guin, Maria 32 F NC
Guin, Eliza 29 F NC
Guin, Mary 26 F NC
Guin, Arthur 19 M NC
Guin, Susan 17 F NC
Guin, Martha 16 F NC
Guin, Charlotte 13 F NC
Guin, Catherine 9 F NC
Guin, Calon 5 M NC

Dwelling 280, Family 273
Guions, Catherine 30 F NC
Guions, Quiney 14 M NC
Guions, Mary 12 F NC

Dwelling 281, Family 274
Guions, John 50 M NC
Guions, Mary 50 F NC
Guions, Apse 12 M NC

Dwelling 494, Family 478
Hodges, Elisha 45 M NC
Hodges, Mary 45 F NC
Hodges, Mary 21 F NC
Hodges, Elizabeth 18 F NC
Hodges, Archy 15 M NC
Hodges, William 6 M NC
Hodges, Sarah 4 F NC
Hodges, Elisha 2 M NC
Guions, Mary 72 F NC
Black, Daniel 5 M NC

Dwelling 524, Family 507
Gowan, Benjamin 23 M M NC
Gowan, Rebecca 24 M M NC
Gowan, Garner 6 M M NC
Gowan, Willey 3 M M NC
Gowan, Furman 6mo M M NC
Gowanes, James 9 M M NC
McDougald, Hugh 24 M M NC

1870 Quewhiffle, Cumberland, Census

Dwelling 10, Family 10
Goings, Edward 21 M B NC
Goings, Lucy 50 F B NC
Goings, Jane 15 F B NC
Goings, Joseph 12 F B NC
Goings, John 10 M B NC

Dwelling 11, Family 11
Goings, David 45 M B NC
Goings, Polly 60 F B NC

Dwelling 13, Family 13
Going, Martine 20 M B NC
Going, Lydia A 21 F B NC
Going, Washington 1 M B NC

Dwelling 34, Family 34
Goings, Arthur Sr. 60 M W NC
Goings, Sarah 42 F W NC
Goings, Mary 4 F W NC
Goings, Penny 6 F W NC

Dwelling 35, Family 35
Goings, Arthur Jr. 30 M W NC
Goings, Sarah 35 F W NC
Goings, William 5 M W NC
Goings, James 4 M W NC
Goings, Archibald 2 M W NC

Dwelling 45, Family 45
Goings, Thomas 45 M M NC
Goings, Delitha 48 F M NC
Goings, Green 22 M M NC
Goings, Watson 18 M M NC
Goings, Dougald 14 M M NC
Goings, King 12 M M NC
Goings, Caroline 10 M M NC
Goings, Lydia 75 F M NC

1870 Rockfish, Cumberland Co., NC Census
Dwelling 316, Family 318
Guines, Lance 35 M W NC
Guines, Sarah 35 F W NC
Guines, John 10 M W NC
Guines, Robert 5 M W NC

Dwelling 472, Family 477 - 478
Guing, Abram 60 M W NC
Guing, Susan 58 F W NC
Guing, Lewis 13 M W NC
Guing, Thomas 21 M W NC
Guing, Catherine 21 F W NC

Dwelling 504, Family 511
Goueg, Richard 34 M W NC
Goueg, Rebecca 26 F W NC
Goueg, Stephen 15 M W NC
Goueg, Betsy Ann 13 F W NC
Goueg, Archibald 11 M W NC
Goeug, John 8 M W NC
Goueg, Elizabeth 6 F W NC
Goueg, Eliza 4 F W NC

1880 Quewhiffle, Cumberland County Census

Dwelling 71 Family 71
Gowins, Arthur W M 69 NC NC NC
Gowins, Sarah W F 56 NC NC NC
Gowins, Penny W F 20 NC NC NC
Gowins, Mary W F 18 NC NC NC

Dwelling 72 Family 72
Gowens, John W M M 38 NC NC NC
Gowens, Lucy A W F 35 NC NC NC
Gowens, Mary J W F 14 NC NC NC
Gowens, William H W M 12 NC NC NC
Gowens, James T W M 9 NC NC NC
Gowens, Ann N W F 7 NC NC NC
Gowens, Evander W M 5 NC NC NC
Gowens, Daniel F W M 3 NC NC NC
Gowens, Lin K W M 2 NC NC NC

Dwelling 73 Family 73
Giton, Thomas W M 39 NC NC NC
Giton, William J W M 13 NC NC NC
Giton, John W W M 10 NC NC NC
Giton, David F W M 9 NC NC NC
Giton, Mary C W F 6 NC NC NC
Gitin, Charlet A W F 4 NC NC NC
Gowens, Charlotte W F 31 NC NC NC

Dwelling 74 Family 74
Gowens, Neill M M 69 NC NC NC
Gowens, Mary M F 69 NC NC NC
Gowens, William M M 5 NC NC NC
Gowens, Colan M M 2 NC NC NC

Dwelling 75 Family 75
Gowens, Neill Jr M M 26 NC NC NC
Gowens, Francis M F 26 NC NC NC
Gowens, Tyson M M 7 NC NC NC
Gowens, George E M M 4 NC NC NC

Dwelling 86 Family 86
Gowens, Tomas W M 37 NC NC NC
Gowens, Catharine W F 27 NC NC NC
Gowens, George W M 8 NC NC NC

Dwelling 88 Family 88
Guens, Arthur D W M 39 NC NC NC
Guens, Sarah W F 47 NC NC NC
Guens, William C W M 14 NC NC NC
Guens, Duncan J W M 13 NC NC NC
Guens, Arthur A W M 11 NC NC NC
Guens, Sarah L W F 9 NC NC NC
Guens, Francis L W F 6 NC NC NC
Guens, Flora P W F 4 NC NC NC
Guens, John H W M 3 NC NC NC

Dwelling 96 Family 96
Bethune, Max W M 37 NC NC NC
Bethune, Margaret W F 36 NC NC NC
Bethune, Calvin A W M 9 NC NC NC
Bethune, Robert L W M 7 NC NC NC
Bethune, Flora J W F 5 NC NC NC
Bethune, William L W M 3 NC NC NC
Holiday, Mag W F 11 NC NC NC
Gowens, June W F 44 NC NC NC

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