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From: Carolyn Chappell Nelson <>
Subject: Re: [NCPERQUIMANS] Civil War page
Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2002 21:37:30 -0600
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I will happily move to Perquimans if someone can get the US Navy to
assign my husband there...I'm sure the beautiful Perquimans River could
use some kind of Navy service!
There are so very many small plots on old family lands that few people
know about or can even find anymore...this is a big bummer!
Willie D Smith wrote:
> This is an EXCELLENT idea! If anyone on the list actually lives in Hertford,
> this would be a grand project to tackle! Transcribing Perquimans County
> tombstone inscriptions per cemetery! I am especially desirous to find the
> Copeland family cemetery which apparently is somewhere in Hertford. That is
> where Hugh Copeland and his wife, Lucille Ethel Evans Copeland are said to
> be buried, per their death certificates. I believe David L. and Keziah
> (Chappell) Copeland are probably buried there as well.
> My wife's people are buried at Cedarwood, at least a lot of them -
> Copeland's, Speight's etc...
> We could also get a good MAP of Perquimans County and put it online so
> people will know precisely where each of these cemeteries is located. Cool!
> Thanks for the idea. This is something we really need to tackle! Anyone here
> live in Perquimans County? ;-)
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "CLUGH_LA" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Monday, August 19, 2002 2:13 PM
> Subject: Re: [NCPERQUIMANS] Civil War page
>>I believe you are having a good time with all this new page.
>>Your doing Great!
>>Sometime in the future, could you maybe add a list of cemeteries in this
>>It always helps researchers to find them when they get the chance to come
>>There are lots of versions out there, but just a list and the township
>>really helps us.
>>I've try to make visits to ours, getting overall pictures for our weblady
>>and the local society.
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: "Willie D Smith" <>
>>Sent: Saturday, August 10, 2002 1:03 AM
>>Subject: [NCPERQUIMANS] Civil War page
>>>I found two animated gifs for the civil war page and added them to the
>>>Anyone else out there with photos of Perquimans County ancestors who
>>>They don't have to be wartime photos.
>>> I wished I could find a photo of Baker Perry Boyce Jr. who served in
>>>Confederate Infantry. His daughter Martha Priscilla Boyce married
>>>Henry Speight about 1900 in Perquimans. If there are any of Baker's
>>>descendants on this list, give me a holler! He is my wife's Rebel
>>>To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy
>>To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records,
> go to:
> To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records, go to:
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