Category Archives: Woccon

Hyde County, NC Indian Families in 1850

A friend was looking through the Hyde County, NC, 1850 census and noticed something quite interesting. On page 4 (at of the Currituck district, one entire page (except one person) is shown with M, for mulatto, overwritten over something … Continue reading

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Tom King, Woccon Indian

William Byrd’s Book, “Villainy Often Goes Unpunished,” page 11, provides us with this information: CCR-192… “The Honble. Landgrave Robert Daniell Esq Govrnr of No. Carolina The Humble Petition of Nicolas Dawe Sheweth Whereas yr Honrs. Petitionr. Having Receaved Dammages to ye Value of five … Continue reading

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