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(2) Martin - born 1675 -

(3) Willemtjie Jane born - 1677(?) - married Peter Wyckoff - Mammoth NJ

(4) Stephen - (5) Johannes - (8) Aletta - (9) Anne - 4 and 5 died young - 8 and 9 no record

(6) Neeltjie - baptized Nov 23 - 1683 - married James Wyckoff - Oct 12 - 1712 - ? NJ

(7) Steven - born Feb 2 - 1685 - the Mill farm - SE part of Flatlands - he married Ann - (dau of Nicholas Wyckoff) - Oct 23 - 1712 - she was born Aug 29 - 1693 and died July 15 - 1766 in her 73 year - This Steven Schenck is said to have built the first - Canarsie Point house ( ) there-

The children of Steven S and Ann Wyckoff - viz: -

1- Jane - born June 27 - 1715 - married Folgart Spring - Jane died March 20 -1778 - Folgart died

Oct 25 - 1807 - his 89th year

2- John - born May 23 - 1718 - died Dec 15 -1775 - Oyster Bay - issue (2-1)

3- Sarah - born No 24 1720 - died Dec 3 - 1797 - married ? - Gravesend LI

4- Ann - born June 1 - 1723 - died Aug 1 - 1803 - married Abram Dusyee - Fishkill Plains - NY

5- Wilhelmina - born Oct 15 - 1726 - died Dec 18 - 1802 - married Peter Ammuman - Flatlands

6- Nelly - born April 28- 1730 - died Oct 9 - 1784 - married Nicholas Williamson - Jamica - LI

No issue

*7- Nicholas - born Sept 4 - 1732 - died April 3 - 1810 - married Wilhelmina Wyckoff - lived at

Canarsie Point

8- Margaret - born June 17 -1735- died April 8 1814 - married Peter J Montifort - Fishkill Plains

9- Maria - born March 28 -1739 - died May 13 - 1813 - married Samuel Sylvester - Gravesend LI

Note - Steven gave Canarsie Farm to his issue - Capt Nicholas - only son living at Canarsie his death - Nov 6 - 1767 - NWS

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* Nicholas - (2nd son of Steven) born Sept 4- 1732 - married Wilhelmina Wyckoff - Oct 10 -1757 - (known as Capt Nicholas) - died April 3 - 1810 and Wilhelmina - born Dec 23 - 1736 - died Sept 12 -1779 - Lived at Canarsie Point

Their children were -

1- Stephen - born July 18 - 1758 - died Dec 14 - 1787 - married Jane Vandeveer - 2 sons - Jerome and Stephen (Oyster Bay LI)

2- John - born Oct 7 - 1760 - died March 28 - 1833 - Married Annette Williamson - Jan 18 - 1783

Issue 10 children - 1-Willafred -2- Hettie- 3- Steven - 4-Ann - 5- Nicholas - 6 - Lucretia - 7-

Ida - 8- John - 9- Jeremiah - 10 - Wilhelmina I - (see Notes)

3- Anna - born March 19 - 1763 - married Hezkiah Davis - lived in Philadelphia - Davis was

American soldier - Rebel or C - during war - ?

*4- Nicholas - born July 23/1765- married Aletta Ramseur - he died Sept 10 -1836 - Aletta - died

6th May 1855- lived at Canarsie -(both died at Canarsie)

5- Wilhelmina - born Feb 19 - 1767 - died Sept 28 - 1767 - an infant

6- Adriana - born Aug 22 - 1768 - died Sept 1 -1830 - she married "Cornelius Stry Kee" errors noted in text

Nicholas Schenck born Feb 23 - 176 - married Aletta Ramseur -(only daughter and child of Anthony Ramseur and Jane Burter) - April 20 - 1788 - Aletta was born Brooklyn - Dec 3 - 1768 - died at Canarsie LI - May 6- 1855 (age 87)

children-

1- Anthony Ramseur - born Feb 7 - 1790 - married - died - Sept 15 - 1871 (age 81)- children Maggie married Williamson - Aletta married ? - Nicholas married ? - Steven married?

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2- Jane - born March 19 - 1792 - died May 28 - 1843 - married Ralph Maline - children-

Jno. Schenck - Julia (Dieter and Pyke) - Mary (?) - Evan Johnson (who?)

3 - Wilhelmina - born Dec 30 -1794 - died Jan 18 -1816 - in her 22 year - a handsome girl

*4 - Wilhelmas (father of NW Schenck 1830-1916) - born Aug 20 - 1797 - married Eliza Ann

Fanning - William died March 16 - 1832 - issue - Adaline (Bradley) -Aletta Jane (Cooper)

Nicholas William (Morris and Holmes) 1830

5 -James - born April 19 - 1800 (died Brooklyn 105 2nd Place) - never married (last at Canarsie Farm) (Uncle Jimmy last one)

6 - Abner - born Sept 12 - 1802 - married Katie Raynor - he died (one daughter Mary Eliz.)

7 - Maria - born May 31 - 1805 - died in her 10th year

8 - Steven - born June 30 - 1808 - died May 15 - 1842 - never married - (died at Canarsie Farm house-)

Tradition Says - A fisherman named "Horn" - had a cabin at "Canarsie Point" on the shore - about 1660 - called "Fishers Hook" - xxxx

? - Steven Schenck died Nov 6 - 1767 - he had 2 sons (John and Nicholas) and 7 daughters living - John died 1775 - and left no issue - lived at Oyster Bay LI -

Nicholas - known as Capt Nicholas inherited and lived at Canarsie - it is said he built the present Canarsie House (1910 ) - now standing - grandma Aletta and Uncle Jimmie - told me in 1849 (at Canarsie on a visit) -that the first house - stood - in the garden (then) - towards the ? - and I've figured it out - we made the date of building 1772 - and I painted this date on the "Spread Eagle" - that was on the transom window - over the north front door - and so it remains to this day - I hope - the "old house" - stands now in a park - at Canarsie. NWS

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Nicholas - born Sept 23 1765 - he died Sept 10 -1836 - leaving Canarsie Point Farm to his sons - James and Steven - and the west ? And land in wood to Anthony Ramseur (his eldest son)

they had to pay certain legacies and etc - Steven died in 1842 - gave James lifetime interest and then in his namesake -"Steven" - son of A Ramseur S - "Uncle Jimmie" - James a bachelor -died 1882-about - farm sold and divided proceeds to heirs - Canarsie then ceased to be -

Residence of Schencks - Uncle James - the last occupant - and left no issue - never married -

The best legal evidence as to the Schenck ownership of Canarsie - is the fact of "A Deed" - setting forth the metes and bounds - and signed by several (7) Indian Chiefs - said document is now in possession of one of the Brooklyn societies - as given by my Uncle Abram Schenck and my cousin "George McCarthy" - Adms. of my Uncle James Schenck - the last resident of Canarsie Farms - estate sold - etc - some fanciful brain - has said "deed was matter on a clam shell" and another story - land bought for a "bottle of whiskey" - all myths. xxx

Capt Nicholas S - born - 1732 - married 1757 - his wife Wilhelmina - died in 1799 - in her 43rd year - as Capt N - lived till 1810- he was a widower some years - and married for his second wife - "Jane Remseuer" - widow of A. Ramseur and mother of her son Nick's wife "Aletta" - this is only hearsay - don't know it - true or false - Great grandma Jane lived and died at Canarsie - so my mother has told me.

Steven - 1st son of Capt N - died in 1787 - his 30th year - I have heard he left 2 sons - which then GF had brought to Canarsie and these then remained till men or near grown - Schools funded for by there loving grand father (Jerome and Steven by name) there mother was a Van de Veer - and lived at Oyster Bay. NWS

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Memo - looking at the record and things about days of American Revolution - we find Battle of Long Island - was August - The British line of March and the Battle along the roads - was from 3 to 4 miles from Canarsie Homestead - 1777 - "They heard the guns" - GGF Capt. Nicholas Schenck - was then 45 years old - and married - his wife Wilhelmina - about 40 - all living at Canarsie LI - of their children - Stephen was 19 - John (father of Jeremiah, etc and GF of Lucretia Mills and Wilhelmina Schenck) was 17 - of Anna - 1st daughter - born March 19 1763 - married Davis - Nicholas (my Grand Sire) born 1765 - was a boy of 12 yrs and Adriana - born Aug 22 - 1768 - was a girl of 9 years - (3 boys and 3 girls) - living -

The British were victorious - soon took possession of the entire West end of Long Island -"Brooklyn" -"Gravesend" - "Flatlands" - "Flatbush" etc - issued protection to the farmers and inhabitants to attend to their business - "keep the peace" and they would be protected

- Negroes their slaves in service - I don't know of any Oaths or other methods "to serve the King" - the British were kind and just - allowing the farmers sufficient for stock and family - what their Q.M. took - was paid for on the spot at a fair price - this had effect to borrow quiet and the Dutch farmers - soon knew good customers - x- Accepted "British Gold" for their crop - Hence few left - to enlist under Geo. W(ashington) "banner"-

Note - Grandmother Aletta S - was 8 yrs old when Am. Revolution began and 15 when Peace came (born 1768) - lived with her parents - Anthony Ramseur and Jane Burtis - near the present "Brooklyn Navy Yard" - then called "Wallabout" - Her father had a Dutch Mill on the ground - she married Nicholas Schenck 1788- in her 20th year and lived all her days after marriage at Canarsie - for 67 years - she told me in 1849/1856 on my visit to Canarsie - will remembering the "War" - the soldiers and described the "Hessian" - she had a superstition -"that May was bad luck month for the Schencks'" as I recall her - small in stature - always dressed in black - and not weighing above 110 pounds - very active - as my first recollection 1849 - she was 80 yrs old - attended ( ) - household - her mother Jane Burits - was a large woman - weight near 190 pounds - who held me as a baby - but no recollection (so says my mother)-Nick W Schenck

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Captain Nicholas Schenck - born - Sept 4 1732 - Canarsie Farm on Jamica Bay - Long Island-

7 miles from Fulton Ferry - Brooklyn NY - his father Steven gave him "Canarsie Farms and Woodland" - Capt Nick gave these lands to his (2) sons -

John and Nicholas -(only these sons living at time his death) - died 1810-

John lived on the portion of Farm - directly north from the "Old Homestead" and in a line with Tower at Cypress Country and on north side of road running about West - to the village - and about 120 yards from water line Jamica Bay - John - son Capt Nicholas - born Oct 7 - 1760 - married Annie - issue - as I recall -

John married Annie Williamson - see opposite page - +++

see the other side- page 85

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Memo - of "John Schenck" -(son of Capt Nicolas Schenck) - born Canarsie - LI - Oct 7 1760 - married January 18- 1783 - Annie Williamson - she died March 27 - 1852 (very old)- their children (10 in all) - (John died March 28 - 1833)-

1- Williamtjie - born - Oct 29 - 1784 - died Sept 27 - 1868 - married Lott

2 - Hettie - born July 15 - 1787 - died Dec 2 - 1846 - married Surdam - "Ann and Elizabeth -

John Schenck"

3- Steven- born March 3 - 1790 - died Feb 5 - 1847 - married widow Vandeveer- Lucretia Mills dau

4- Ann - born Sept 7 - 1772 - died Aug 29 - 1832 - married Stillwell

5 - Nicholas J. - born Nov 25 - 1794 - died Aug 10 - 1864 - married Mills

6- Lucretia - Born - 1797 - died May 4 - 1818 - died in her 21st year

7- Ida - born - Dec 20 - 1802 - died - Nov 9 - 1886 - married John Lott - a son John - who

Married Aletta Schenck

8- John - April 14 - 1800 - died March 22 - 1863 - married Ramseur

9 - Jeremiah - March 16 - 1806 - died Sept 19 - 1863 - married Julia Petitt - father Rocka?

(Wilhelmina ?)

10 - William I - born - March 3 - 1810 - died Sept 1885 - married Sharp - New York City

Note by NWS - of the above - I have met - Nicholas (who stuttered) - Ida - John - Jeremiah and William I - and some of the children - Suydams - Jno. Lott and sons and ? and cousin Julie Petitt and at my living north and visits - cousin Lucretia Mills - Wilhelmina - Jacob Ramseur and son and Richard Ramseur - Ann Sydam and Jno. S. Suydam - never married - Elizabeth married - Richard Ramseur -(one son only child ) - and heir- Jacob - married Annie Pearsall Hubbard - only one son - JSS Ramseur - John Schenck Suydam Remseuer - (and Sole heir) - who married a widow - formerly - a Miss Weeks (Newberry SC)- knew all of Suydams and visited them often - was at Jacob's wedding with sister Maggie Morris - and who at wedding - Cousin Lucretia - at Canarsie - recall Aunt Annie - then an old woman - but active - Aunt Annie - mother Nick and Jere - lived with them at Canarsie - same time Lucretia Schenck - daughter of Steven - lived there as a girl of 20 - I visited Aunt Annie often in 1849 - visit Lucretia marry to Nat Mills - later with Cousin Julia Malburn Pyle - Dan is - good friend - NWS

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1- grandparents - Holland forebearer - Martense - Schenck line - NWS - forefathers and mothers - (all Holland on or decedents)

2- sons Jan and Roeloff - came to NY - about 1650 - sister Johannes later - Flatlands LI

3- Jan - married Jeannette Stern Van Voorhes - daughter of Dominick - about 1671 - 3 sons and

6 daughters

4- Steven - married - Ann Wyckoff - daughter of Nicholas - Oct 23 -1712 - 1st at Canarsie - bought of Indians - 2 sons and 7 daughters

5- Nicholas (Capt) - married - Wilhelmina Wyckoff - Oct 10 -1757 -(Stephen - John - Anna Nicholas - Wm. - Adriana) 4 sons and 2 daughters

6- Nicholas - married Aletta Ramseur - April 20 -1788 - (Ramseur - Jane - Wilhelmina -

Wm.- Jas.- Afa - Maria - Steven) 5 sons and 3 daughters

7- Wilhelmas - married Eliza Ann Fanning - 1824 - 2 daughter and 1 son - Adaline - Aletta -

Nicholas Wm.

8- Nicholas William - married Mary E. Morris - Nov 3 -1858 - Wilmington NC - 5 daughters

And 3 sons - M-L-R-A-J-Wm-Daisy-James - children of above (NC)

Mary Cooper Schenck 1859 - married Owen McRae Holmes - 1872 - Brooklyn - 106 St. Marks

Eliza Fanning 1860 - married John Justice Disosuray - 1889 - St Pauls Church Clinton St.

Brooklyn

Richard Morris - 1862 - Died in infancy buried at Clinton NC

Ada Bromley - 1864 - spinster - died June 17 1945 - buried in Wilmington NC

Josephine Empie - 1866 - no issue - married Eldward Neal Baker - 1891 - Brooklyn NY -

106 St. Marks

Margaret Standish - 1869 - spinster - died 1919 at Biltmore Hospital

William Cooper - 1871- died 1935 - married Caroline Jones - 1908 - Newberry SC - no issue

James - 1873 - died 1875 - Hickory NC

Mary C Schenck and OMR Holmes 1892 - children - 1st child boy - died at birth 1893

Owen ( ) born Mar 9 1895 - died June 15 1930 - married Allen? Summer S and two children

? died infancy July 1925 ( )

Nicholas Schenck Holmes - born July 24 1897 married Mary Poole - children Sarah Aug 21 1924

Mary Elizabeth July 24 - 1936 and Martha Aug 10 1928 ( AB Schenck)

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Fanning Line Ancestry - (NW Schenck fore fathers)

1- Mass - Edmund Fanning - born Ireland - 1620 - married Ellen - 1649 - came to America -

Fisher Island - 1653 - 5 sons and 2 daughters

2- Conn - Thomas Fanning- 1655 - Fisher Island married Frances Ellis - 3 sons and 2 daughters

3- Conn - James Fanning - born Stonington Conn - married Hannah Smith - 8 sons and 3 dau

4- LI - Phineas - born 1724- Smithtown LI - married Mehitobel Wells - 4 sons and 2 daughters

(Col PW)

5- Nantucket - Phineas - born Aug 6 - 1750 - married Keziah Coffin - Nantucket - 6 sons -

2 daughters (Lawyer)

6- LI - William Fanning - born - April 25 1780 - married Nancy Rogers Simmons - New York

City - 4 sons and 4 daughters

7- NY - Eliza Ann Fanning - born Oct 4 - 1805 - married William Schenck - Brooklyn NY -

2 daughters and 1 sons

8- Wil. - Nicholas Wm. Schenck - born Brooklyn Jan 8 - 1830 - married Mary Eliza Morris - Nov 3 - 1858 - Wil. NC 3 sons and 5 daughters

Mary C. Schenck - born 8-1-1857 Wilmington NC -d- 1-2-24 - married Owen McR Holmes

d- 1-19-14 - Newberry SC - 2 sons Nicholas and Owen McRae

Nicholas Schenck Holmes born 7-24-1897 - d - 12-17-1960 - Newberry SC - married Mary Wyche Poole - Greensboro NC -issue-

Sarah Poole - born Aug 21 - 1924 married Raymond Francis ? - May 23 1953 -Ashya Japan-

Issue - Mary ? April 15 1954

Mary Elizabeth - born July 29 1926 - married McDonald Lee Stephens - Jul 12 1947 - issue-

Ana Lee Richmond Va - July 16 1948 - Elizabeth Holmes - New Orleans July 11 1954

Martha Wyche - born Aug 15 1928 - married Thomas Howard Beasley - Nov 4 1950 - issue-

TH III - Roanoke Va June 10 -1953-

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Articles of furniture to be shipped to Minnie S. Holmes - November - 1901 - for care and her use- my property in her Newberry house - loaned to her for care-

(in parlor at Newberry) - 1 pir Glass - 27 in x 8 feet - 1 mantle mirror in cherry and one center table and 1 - parlor set - 6 pieces - standing lamp - cherry rocker - 1 mahogany table 17in x 25 in

1 oak table 22 x 22 (Shakespear - Art of the World in Paper) fancy ink stand in brass - (Caro Hooper gift) -5 fancy worked lozenge pillows and pictures 1 antique pitcher in white - some ornaments-

(upstairs NE room) - Black walnut bedstead - spring mattress - 2 hair mattress - 1 wash stand - 1 common seat chair - 1 black walnut - marble top bureau and glass -(oak -New Bern writing desk) - toilet set and table - 2 rockers - 1 oval MJ table - 1 qr oak table - 1 white small table - small chairs - square on floor 15 x 15 - 2 rugs 4 x 7 - 2 blankets - (1 lady writing desk -MEM -B with Brass set)

ABS now using 1936 Wadesboro NC

(Bedroom downstairs) - 1 folding bed and mattress - 1 leather chair (broken) - clock and bronze lady - book photographs of the world - books parlor - used in sitting room front - 4 feather pillows

(Minnies bedroom WCS room ? Room) - 1 bureau and glass - bureau (no glass) is broke - 1 big hamper- (marble top both bureaus) - 1 small hamper - red table covers - all bureaus with marble tops (3 in all)- Ada ? - red rug 32 x 56 - oak table 25 x 25 in (2 mattress on 2 bed) - box papers - cane seated chairs and rockers - in walnut-

(in hall downstairs) - hat rack with glass - students lamp - pictures- 2 military swords (try to locate) - on porch - 2 lattice seats and white rockers

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Furniture - in Minnie House - loaned to her - for care and use-

(in dining room) - B/W sideboard - marble top and qint glass Karnf - 1 plated ice pitcher (3 bronze candelabra - this given to Josephine at new house)- 1 set 6 silver Tray Service (presented to WCS and Caroline Jones on marriage - Dec 29 -1908) - spoon holder - marked MEM - bon-bon dish in plate - salad fork - cake ? marked MEM - oyster stand and lamp plated silver - (2 decanters - glass) small oak table - B/W dinner and 4 leaves - hanging shelf - (? Washington City - ? Broken) - (dinner leather chairs - bottoms and for dining room - some armed)

Note - All carpets - I sold Minnie for $50.00 and she deducted $5.00 for fitting and cutting

and paid this $35.00 to Daisy and Ada - in goods - I never saw a dime "sic transit"-xx

some books and other odds and ends - but not - material - all probably used - destroyed or worn out - a cutting table (feather bone) - bread and tray - rose ? lamps - tin boiler - ? - step ladder - blacking stool -

These were sent to Lyda - at Atlanta Ga - date - 1901 - and given her by me - viz

1 china closet and 1 book case and 2 parlor stools and 1 chiffonier and glass- (2 tables mahogany ? - for Mary (Cassidy) - a gift to Lyda - when we lived in Wil. NC -.

I have given Ada - certain silver - as named in Bill of sale - her possession - Hickory 1910-

Daisy has certain things - can't recall all - some jewelry - William CS rings - ABS - ring (3 diamonds) and pin (amethyst and aquamarine or Beryl)

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Oct 20 1901 - I gave Eliza Haughton - Spartanburg SC - 1 single B/W bedstead and mattress to fit - for Graham's rooms and use - 2 pictures framed - 3 sisters and Graces - 1 table old- 1 ? old- (2 feather pillows - marked "Hill") (Aunt Katie gave Annie)

Eliza - took possession off and kept with my consent-

1 plated coffee tern - old cut Glass ? - old decanter - plain - some painted chairs - a mahogany water (sink) - Mrs Holmes rocking chair - 1 white spread marked "S" - Annie old ? - 1 red rocker - Preserves in jars? - a rake - spade - hoe and hose - lawn mower - fancy basket - Japanese screen - also some crockery - glass bowl and Japanese big bowls - these things or some were Annie's and so to please - left and gave her

There was $25.00 in gold in Annie's trunk and it was given to Alice - toward marble slab for Mr and Mrs Holmes grave - Oakdale and Alice also took 3 center pieces- fine - Embroidery - some painted china and Annie's painted photo x. All the things in Annie's trunk (save jewelry were distributed to Alice - Eliza -Julia H and Annie) save a few - to Annie H - silver cup - marked "AEH Sept 18 1849" - to Annie Harrison - later she gave to Nick Schenck Holmes - ask Minnie - possession NSH 1937

Sent to Mrs. Jo Watters - plain gold bracelet and to Lee Wright cuff and collar buttons in gold and Geo. Wright - gold pencil - to Fanny Watters - silver ? and book.

Sent to Ada - 2 lozenge pillows and chaffing dish - pr white blankets - Marseilles spread (to Daisy Persian lamb cape) - 2 pr sheets - 4 pillow cases-x

Stored in Green trunk - napkins 31 - table cloths 5 - towels 35 - pillow cases 2 - center piece 1 - ? 2 - sheets 12 - 12 cotton curtains - 12 Indian ? Tea (used up) - 3 barrels crockery - sent to Hickory and rest sent to Newberry and used by Josephine and above linen - used at Biltmore now worn out - I have given - Josephine - the 3 candelabra in bronze - a painting of "Vis ? and his figures" (NWSchenck)

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Things and property at Josephines - New Bern NC -(June 1911)

One feather bed ( ? ) as roller bed - 2 sides - paid for repairs - $6.50 - by Josephine - this bed I bought for Alice - in 1893 - Brooklyn

one arm chair and 2 pillows - Christmas gift for girls-

one oak writing desk sent by WCS from Newberry SC - ( ? Old desk)

one trunk - marked N.W.S. and clothing and belongings - of wear and use - hats - canes - watch

( ) - 1 alligator bag - 1 small valise - 3 overcoats - 5 shirts - 7 pr shoes - etc - notes and big letter pocket and papers - 40 volumes of "Little Masterpieces" -

5 vols -"History of U.S." - "Fanning Coat of Arms" - "Pictures and photos" - of friends -

diaries - of 1900 - to 1911 and going on and to continue-

"Book of Records" - "Family History and Biography" and sketches and incidents - of city as written by N.W.S.-

Also some crockery and glass dishes - from Hickory NC -

the 3 candelabra - in bronze - 5 lights - I give to Josephine -x

June 29 1911 - WC Schenck letter 29 - reports he has records from Minnie - of my furniture - Newberry SC - 2 pictures - B/W dinning table and leaves - 1 mahogany side board - 1 bureau - 1 hat rack - 11 chairs - loaned to WCS

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Nicholas Wm. Schenck - (son of Wm. Schenck - Canarsie LI born Aug 20 - 1797 - died Brooklyn LI 1832- and Eliza Ann Fanning - Brooklyn LI - Oct 4 1805 -died Dec 21 - 1884 suddenly at about 10 PM - 105 2nd Place - married in 1824)

born - Brooklyn LI - January 8 -1830 - married Mary Eliza Morris Nov 3 1858- (dau of Richard and Johanna Morris) - born Wil. NC July 28 1837- Mary Eliza - died Hickory - Feb 26 1876 - buried Wil. NC - Oakdale Cemetery - children-

Mary Cooper - born Wil. NC - Aug 1 - 1859 - married OMR Holmes (born June 11 -

1853) - 1891 - children Owen - b- March 7 1895 - died Jan 15 1930

Nicholas Schenck - July 24 - 1897

Eliza Fanning - born Wil. NC - Sept 19 - 1860 died July 31 1949 - married Jno. J. Disosuray

Dec 11 - 1889 - children - Margaret Sept 17- 1890 - 2 sons 1 daughter

Jno. Schenck - June 25 - 1895 - died - issue 2 sons

Richard Morris - born Wil. NC - Feb 15 - 1862 - died and buried in Clinton NC - April1863-

Ada Bromley - born Wil. NC - January 12 - 1864 - died June 17 - 1945 - buried Oakdale

Wilmington NC

Josephine Empie - born Brooklyn NY - May 19 - 1868 - married Edward Baker - Nov 10 -1891

(Nix) Brooklyn NY - 106 St Marks Ave - no issue - died Jan 23 1933 - buried Norfolk Va

Margaret Standish - born Brooklyn NY - Aug 20 1868 - died 1918 - no issue

William Cooper - born Brooklyn NY - Aug 9 1871 - married Caroline Jones - no issue - died

Nov 1935

James - born Wilmington NC - Oct 10 1873 - died Hickory NC - Dec 1875 - buried Hickory

cemetery

2nd wife of Nicolas Schenck - married Annie E - Oct 4 - 1892 - born Sept 18 1849 - died 5:45 PM Charlottesville Va - Feb 18 - 1901 - buried Oakdale Cemetery - Wil. NC (died suddenly)

{daughter of Owen Davis Holmes - born March 31 - 1824 - died March 23 1883 - married Ann Moore Hill - born Dec 27 1822 - died Dec 4 1891}

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Noted MPH-

1- Mary Cooper Schenck born Wilmington NC - aug 1 - 1859 - married June 11, 1853 to Owen McRee Holmes (died 1-19-1910) - died Jan 2 1924 - buried Newberry SC - two sons-

A- Owen McRee Holmes - born March 7 1895 - died Jan 15 1930 - buried in Newberry SC

Married Albracth (b - Nov 7 1902) - one son - 1-Owen McRee Jr. Born June 9 1925

2-One daughter Mary July 20 1923 - died infancy - April 5 1926

B- Nicholas Schenck born July 24 1897 (d -Dec 17 1960 -Oakdale)- married Mary Ponce-

B- May 26, 1902 (d -4 dec 1971 -Oakdale) Oct 30, 1923 West Market Methodist Church

Greensboro NC - three daughters-1- Sarah Poole Holmes born Aug 21 1924 - married

Raymond Francis Spohrer on May 23 1953 at Ashiya Japan - issue A-Mary Frances born

Greensboro NC April 15 1954 B- Robert Holmes - born Dec 17 1964 - Mississippi

2- Mary Elizabeth born July 29 1926 married McDonald Lee Stephens - Holy Trinity

Church Greensboro NC -July 12 1947 - issue (4 daughters)

a-Ann Lee Stephens born July 16 1948 Richmond Va

b- Elizabeth Holmes Stephens born July 11 1954 New Orleans La

c- Martha Bromley Stephens -born Aug 2 1955 New Orleans La

d- Mary McDonald Oct 30 1959 - New Orleans La

3- Martha Wyche - born Aug 15 1928 married Thomas Howard Beasley Jr. (b-Feb 15)- Holy

Trinity Church Greensboro NC Nov 4 1950 - issue-

a- Thomas Howard Beasley III - born June 10 1953 - Roanoke Va.

b- Nicholas Holmes Beasley - born Sept 1 1955 Roanoke Va.

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Charles Beatty Mallett (brother to Col. Peter)

Children - Jno. Wright - Oct 10 - 1842 - married Margaret (May 20 -1873)

Chas. Peter - Sept 12/44 - married Pattie Aiken 1887 - children-

Margaret Wright born 1868- -- R. Lee Holmes born 1866

Children - Caroline and R. Lee

Caroline Greene - April 29 - 1848 - m Ewd. J. Hale - 2nd wife

Margaret Anderson - June 6 - 1850

Chas. Beatty - Nov 27 1851 - married - children Jane Carter - 1872- m Overton

Marion A - 1874

Alice Hazelton - April 4 1857 - Thomas Hale 1914

Edward Mallette - killed in battle of Bentonville 1865 - m - Mary Hunter - Mrs (Pattie Mallett)

OM Raycte's parents - children -

Simmons Baker - 1852 - moved to Texas after marriage Annie

Jon Hunter - 1854 - married in Florida - Mary ?

Pattie 1857 m OM Royster- OMR- died Sept 1902- buried Hickory NC-(No issue)

Sallie Johnston -

Caroline E - (sister Col Peter) Married Hooper

children Geo. M. m Charlotte J. Waddell

Chas. Mallett Hooper m Lucy Yonge relative of grand mother E. Johanna Yonge Morris

Jno. DeB.- March 3 1853

(our Caro)Caroline Alice - April 1 1857 - single

ABS - don't know children Dr. Wm. V. Mallett - who lived at Chapel Hill - his wife was a "Walker" - DeBernierre - Eliza - Sophie - John ? Mrs.Mc? - sons William DeB and George

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Col. Peter Mallett born 1822 married (Nov 13 1848)- Anna Bella Gibbs (May 18 0 1824) - died in Brooklyn- Buried in Oakdale -NC- Col. Peter died at Wilmington NC buried Oakdale Cemetery-

Children- Susan Gibbs - born (Oct 10 - 1849) married January 5 1881 - Gabriel Holmes - born

Sept 10 -1851 - Gabe Holmes died Sept 1 1903 (51 yrs-11mos-20days)

Oakdale -

children - Pierre M - born May 11 1883 - Wil. NC

Owen - born 1889 - Wil. NC

Charles Edward - born 1851 - married 1890 -Ida Beach - children- Caroline Louisa - April 4 - 1891 - Brooklyn NY

Married Bellamy- Wil. NC

Pierre - 1893

Dorothy - July 1894 - ? Baby

- Robert Gibbs - born March 3 1853 - died in Mobile Ala (unmarried)

- James Flemming - born 1856 - married Lera Beach - Jas. Mallett died Wil. -

Oct 22/1906 - Buried "Oakdale Cemetery" - Wil. NC - (no issue)

- Eugene P - born - April 1 - 1861 - (M.D.)

- George Hooker - born May 5 1863 - (M.D.) - married Rena Dismuka - Dec 10 -

St. Augustine Fla.

A character? Fridge Mallett M.D. - born 1820 - married "Hardin" - later she married Col - Chase

A mystery?

children - Virginia married "Landon" - out West

Caroline married "Jenks"

Henry Seymore - never married - died 1893 - Morehead NC

Fridge - died near Morehead - buried cemetery at Newbern NC - In later days - had drug store at Morehead NC-

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North corner of Market and East 2nd Street Mom Tena stand - peanuts ? Candy - potato pie ginger

? cakes, apples etc.

A- Bettencourt corner - gable hip roof frame - 2 story -occupied as store - Rue and Files adjacent - Emanuel Bettencourt - uncle to WCB- liquor and etc. - negro man Cush

B- row one story brick -x- occupied as UP Post Office by postmaster Dudley - after the Dawson fire - old PO burnt out at the Clarendon Hotel - Front Street - who many years by- WC Bettencourt - always PM as long as Democrats had power at Wash. DC - afterwards Pallin bake shop and before him was Geo. W Cohen - baker with his 1-2-3-4 cut pies - denoting apples - peach- mince etc - these 5 stores escaped every conflagration visited by Wilmington - and remain now - 1905

C- Brick - Rob Eden and Miss Sally - Peter Smith - Herald Office - J ? (2) upstairs J.G. Burr - bookstore - and P. Smith Dry goods first floor

D- Brick - Whittaker bookstore - Scott B ? Mu? Clothing - Dr. J and DeR- Father lived near and Miss Lizzie Hawthorne

E- Open Space woodshed used by found. - as marble yard - built up

F- Mrs. Sallie Cowan residence - ran to rear Alley - kitchen in rear occupied by Mrs. McIlhenny and children - later Rev. A ? Reperton Jos Wil? Street store - 2 story - many years 3 story brick

G- 3 story brick - store upon dwelling - occupied by David Dickson as store

H - 2 story brick - called "Holmes Corner" - hotel kept by Red -Owen Holmes - father of ? Wife - married one of the 3 Black sisters - before his time Hotel by Mrs. Swain - Geo. R. French - 1st telegraph office - opened in Wil. - store occupied by Jno. G. Bauman - Jas Dickson - Dickson and M. Peake - xx Dan and Ferguson Tailor - Jake Lyon dry goods

I- Lot vacant for long time - later 3 - 1 story brick offices - occupied by Hon. Geo. Davis - Wm. Hall (son John) - Dan Larrington Black Barber -

Alley - ran east from Front Street through to 2nd Street - on the north side of the alley Mrs. Cowan Negro quarters - a garden - school house AP Republic - vacant lot - south side of alley

J - a wooden 1 story house - occupied by Griffith J. McRee - young lawyer - later Phillip Baga? - removed - gate way to

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Fergusaon and Haines - carpenter shop - in rear - site B&B - machine shop - butting on OG Parsley garden - his residence being at head of alley - 2nd Street -

(J) Daniel Wood grocery - went to California 1849 - occupied by Geo Myers - who bought property - Ronald McDougal (red shirt) - placed 2 story on same - before Myers bought - Caroll and Fennell occupied south half - same store now used by Jno H. Boatwright - Geo Myers by reason ?much ? - by his man in charge - cramped - died and his sons and widow - failed in carrying business on

K- One story wood - Jesse Mulock - Orange NJ - 1st school house - in the 40s later PW Fanning paint store and shop in rear - destroyed by fire - rebuilt - by Polley and Hart - 2 stores - underneath - Wm. Lippert and Buck Wilkins - druggist - Lippert (next door south) from RI - dry goods -fire one night - 8pm - Allen clerk - Express Office 1860/65- Ian Macumber Agent - Jno. Cantwell Agent - Hart and Bailey - Burr and B Burr in succession - overhead - Mozart Hall - occupied and used - concerts - parties, etc- principally Dancing school - John Good - Frensly - 1850/60 - Jas. H. and Leo Chadbourn occupied front rooms of Mozart Hall as sleeping quarters - many years-

L- 2 story wood - Ern? Buck - carriages - later by Isaac Wells - who had repair and paint shop in rear - destroyed by fire - rebuilt - brick 2 story Polly and Hart - (SP Polley - Luis A. Hart) - copper and tin smith - guns and repairs - later Neff - Taylor, etc-

M - wooden small building - occupied by DWE Freeman - Fridge Mallett - Adam Empie - Mrs Boyd(sister) - Henry Gilbert-Baker - N - in rear - house of Hook and Ladder Volunteer - Capt. Jack Lippit - always Captain - until too old

O- Seth Howard - Crockery - boarders up stairs - lived and died - a queer one - when a boy (in early 40's) one cold morning I was trudging along to school Mr. Seth Howard was walking up and down before his shop - his ample cloak folded around him his spare body and stove pipe beaver hat - white ? - as I drew near - I saluted him and said - good morning Mr. Howard -"how do you feel today" - without stopping - he sharply replied - "Dead - Dead - dead for the last 10 years" - many odd things are told of Mr. Seth - around his corner on Dock Street - was a white Mulberry tree - when I frail- the bigger boys would climb and shake the limbs for we little fellows to pick the fruit up - blow off the sand and eat - Mr Seth would come with stones and used to tar the tree trunk to keep boys from climbing- his mortal remains - rest in St. James old ground - towards the south line - Peace to his Soul

P - continuation of same kind of building as O - stuccoed and whitewash - occupied by Bill Kegler - Barber 1st story - 2nd story by his wife Betsy - ? - Bill and Betsy - ginger cake mulattoes - normally free

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Q- represents a branch or waterway - runs diagonally through the block (No. 1) Comes out ? Market Street - marked ( ~ 0 ~ ) - used in a fire basin or ? and continues - NE coming out of the ground near the present jail (gov) near - 4th and Princess - under Seth Howards old house and so into Dock and is joined by branch from the Old Willow Springs - 2nd Street and so empties into the river at Dock Street

R- woodshed - along North side Dock Street used as warehouse

S- wooden house - Nathan Green (colored) repair and wagon and turning shop -tops - replaced by 3 story brick - Mrs Hat? - Capt Peck - Joe Neff - Doct Midway 1859-

T- Captain Dugall - buried by Wilmington Volunteer- Capt. OG Parsley - late 30's widow married Jno. D. Love - Miss Sarah Peck married Kelly this house - occupied by Capt JF Peck and his wife and kinsmen - G and C Bradley and Miss Grace Mansfield

U- brick house - occupied by Jno Dawson - 1840 - Dr. Jno H. Bellamy - M Pherson?

V- Corner - Dock and 2nd Street (NW)- brick ruins-

W and X - 2- 2 story brick - archway between to rear yard

W- occupied by Mrs. Bishop and daughters - many years - WC Howard - Lt Johnson

X- Robert B. Wood

Y- Residence and garden - OG Parsley Sr.- many years - Mrs. Warren boarder

Z- yard - stables - later by small wooden shacks - for small trading shops

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Description of Block 2 - Wil. NC

A- Brick house - SW corner Market and Front - Painted yellow - occupied by SM West - merchant - Jim Brocket had watch repair desk - destroyed by fire - rebuilt - communal building -

Tho. Loring paper upstairs - Kahnweiler in store, Mrs Anderson - Mrs. Warren

B- brick - 2 story - TG Fairley - tailor

C- Dr. Wm. L Harris office - died 1839 - succeeded by Dr. Jno.H Bellamy - WH Harriss - the *

represents - Chinaberry tree - Aug Menkel up stairs later - Alley - running to River called Ram Cut (D)- Isaac Gillam - negro "Restaurant - oyster and ?" - Isaac was slave - set free by reason of his rescue of his young Mistress - from burning building - respectable man

E- wooden shed - saw the first passenger coach stored there for use of old W&W RR - Gen. Jas. Owen residence - pulled through street to RR depot - by horses. Robert Long Hardware Store - 1855 (Robert Brown built 2 stores alley to alley)

F- Wm. Destract - Frenchman - Baker and grocer - used to work for Jno. M Cazaux - his clerk - Marsh Greene - ginger cake colored mulatto - carpenter by trade - later worked for W&WRR - lived SW corner (3rd and Nun) after house - occupied by Asa A. Hartsfield - later Tho. Evans - Destract married Miss Lucrannie

G- brick ruins for many years - finally built up with stores

1- occupied by Con. Myers - hatter - Destract - Jno. Gardner

2- occupied - - - - - - - - - Jas. Stevenson

H- 2 story brick - painted roof - Gregory and Cazaux for years - Jesse Mulock moved his school house from directly opposite and occupied as school room - Jno. M Cazaux had occupied building for storage of pea-nuts - long shed in rear- (bowling alley) - AVW Hewlett bought property - 1st floor bar near (10 pin alley rear) - married Miss Jane Whittenbery (Cazamore NY) family lived up stairs Elijah Dickson (Dickson Kidder and Morris) and wife friends with Hewletts - had one son named Dudley - property destroyed by fire - while Hewlett and family were visiting kin (Demmings and Shaw) Fayetteville NC

I- Residence Jno. M Cazaux - wife Zara and son Anthony Dominick (business Baker and grocer) -our 1st stopping place - on arrival at Wilmington NC - May 1836 - from Brooklyn NY by Schooner Charles E Thorn - Capt Sanford- to visit grand uncle Phineas Wines Fanning- GF Wm. younger brother. 2 story - red brick - shingle roof - 1st story store and warehouse - bake house and kitchen in rear - 2 story dwelling - 6 rooms - garret - double piazza in rear - June - cook - Kelly and young Bob - house servants - Bob Sr. - clerk in store - Henry and "Big Organ" John - baker - all slaves and colored- Here we lived until house on Orange Street - was in order and moved. Mrs. Cazaux was Miss Gregory - an exemplary woman and house keeper- everything neat as a pin - Jno. MC - soldier under Napoleon I - French. - Later on Jno. MC died - Toney married Sarah Mullins of Fayetteville - later Mrs. C. died - then Sarah - ADC - living -1906 -

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Description Block 2 - continued

J- Brick 2 story - Wm. Skipper and Mother - candy makers - old issue - peppermint drops - red and white - stick candies - all flavors - one cent for stick - brass tacks on counter - exact measure of a full stick - to measure for the broken pieces - end and end - sure to get your pennies worth- school boys - bedeviled Wm. having lost an eye - nick named and called him - blowside skipper - 7 seas skipper bug eye skipper - his mother was a kind old soul - I have repented for my mis-doings and am sorry for my days of devilment-

K- Gardner Ellis - he married a Moss - daughter lived at Greenville Sound - later Moonley? and his son Jas. - a printer - on Wilmington Journal - Fulton and P - Lee dollars built on J and K - German Hall and store

L- Brick 2 story - Frost - grocer - upstairs family had 2 sons - school boys - at Mulock - 1st years - fire destroyed I to L - rebuilt

M - Vacant for many years - save small wooden shed - later built up with brick - 2 story - place on Dock Street - marked xxx - was used Christmas holidays by Negroes to strike at turkeys - suspended on pole - opposite side of street - paying a small fee - the striker was blind folder - turned around 3 times given a street pole - 6 feet long - faced the hanging turkey - now walk straight ahead - if he killed the turkey or knock him down "he won" the turkey

N - 3 story brick -Wm. Neff and son - Barzalli and I've - ship stores - many years - Wm. died - Barzalli moved to NY - I met him often 1866/71-1883/1896- ship store - South Street - NY City - Joe was disaffected - 1861/1865 sold out and moved to Florida - later DeRosset and son - had office - 2nd story - river front occupied by Ed. Kidder and sons - Shackelford book keeper - later Jas Dean - loft above (3rd story) - Capt Jack Lippitt - sail maker

O-P-Q- destroyed by fire - in the fire that burnt out Hewlett (H) at same time - replaced by - 2 story brick stores and offices - Anderson and L? Assoc - Jas. Anderson see P-

O- Ike Hutchins - bar - later - ? - later J Neff - bar room and pool

P- store - office overhead Anderson

Q - on this place - Dickinson - Kidder and Morris - office and storeroom big building - in spread - immense sloping roof - Shippers and Comm. - Mackay Hall McKoy - ? Martin - wash Davis - A Martin -From Elijah Dickinson - Ed Kidder - Richard Morris - later dissolved. Up this alley (next) going east - Jno. Smith and Jack Engelhard had a sail loft - before this Ro S Macumber- Jno. G Whittaker (bachelor) occupied office - next to south ? Auctioneer - played the big double bass - in Presbyterian Church - Front Street - when Uncle PW Fanning was Precentor - before "organ" days - tuning fork and pitch pipe - sound C - Rev. WW Ellis - Minister - Harvey ? - SS Supt. - RW Gibbs - my SS teacher -

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R - Before Hewlett fire - big wooden structure occupied by Brewster and Burr - Brewster - Talcott Burr Sr. - ? room rebuilt - Hewlett Bar and Ten pin alley-

store - Comms - Cronley-Walker and Hall - before 1849 -

store - Mears and Savage - Col Guston Meares - Ern. Savage Freeman

store - Houston - Hall and P Stevenson

Office above McRae and Ballard - open space in front

S- T - years ago - Barry and Bryant - William and Jno. P Calder - Wm Huntington - Albert Adams - Cronley and Morris - all upstairs - Potter and Kidder - Kidder and Martin - Capt Martin - Mickey Morris - Howard and Peden grocer - Cronley and Morris

U - up alley - a man named Miller - kept bar - a good singer

V- upstairs 1861 - Capt Henry M. Drane - A.C. S. - opened Commissary office for NC troops - later Confederates- afforded RR supt. - resigned. Nick W. Schenck - succeeded Capt Drane - as A.C.S and used same office - (1863) - clerk Ch. Haines - Daniel Haines - Jim Lippitt - ? To Fayetteville (? Died yellow fever 1862)

W- corner - Market and River Front - Dudley and Pasley - OG Pasley - 3 stories - destroyed by fire - the falling of the wall - this building crushed the leg- Col Jno.McRae - a cripple for life - occupied many years by H.B. Eilers and Son (Edward)

X- William N. Peden - gentlemens bar - Ishaun (slave) tender. Peden was formerly associated with Paul Sherwood - bar room in Clarendon Hotel - Mrs. Swann - GR French Sr. - m - in - law boarded over head - Burnt out at Dawson fire - as was the block No 1 - The old time gentlemen - who slacked their thirst at this branch (General Lewis H. Marstellar) - many met here - number who never touched a drop - it was the resort to meet every body - such men as Col. Jos. Telfair Miller - Joseph Murphy and others - tea-totalers - Ishaun the colored tender - made the best - cocktail and mint julep or champagne cocktail - that ever delighted human palate and those who rank found ample accommodations at Pedens- seldom any drunkard people those days - no rowdies as- Peden dispensed the best of liquors - as evidence of all tipplers - at his Bar - they drank deep and freely often and often - yet lived to old age - good liquor in those days did not kill - the custom is passing away - bad liquor - preaches the best temperance - let it alone - moderation in all things

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Description Block No. 2 - continued-

V- stores - 2 stories - can't recall occupant - before the fire - along in this range - John Barker - kept candy store-

Z- Geo. R. French Sr. - shoe store - Samuel ? - book keeper - overhead - 2nd story - Fred Claypole Hill - edited the Wilmington ____________ - Hill sold out and returned - later Jesse Mulock - removed his school to this big upper room - entrance on alley behind Dr. Harriss and Wm Destract outside stairs Isaac Gilliam on opposite side of alley - here Mulock - held forth - until the Odd Fellow School McLaughlin (one leg) - drove him out - Mulock quit went into Merchandising - distributing - Dick Langdon and A.D. Cazaux clerks - abandon this - went to New York and remained rest of his days - with American Bible Society and lived to an old age and departed - many men in Wil.- then boys in his day - owe a debt of thankful gratitude and love for Mulock - care - patience - and earnest efforts for their future welfare - Amen-

Dr. W.W.Ware - Dentist - Orderly Sargent Wil. - had office upstairs - between A and Z - Horace Burr - dry good store - later - somewhere - Y - Antone Morris - Portuguese - Bar and oyster saloon - Capt Tom Marshall (steamer Wil. To C. line) told the story - Antone failed - Marshall asked him "why" - Antone replied in his broken tongue - they (his customers) ete crack and oys - drink my lick - smoke my segard and dem dey say - "charge" - dam - charge - said Antone -

Tom Howle (Malinda Blake) baker F. M Augustine - Fruit - Tho. H. Howey - tailor - Wm. Thompson - watchmaker - Wilmington Club - upstairs (1854/55) - Harry ? Next - east to Pedens - Cigar and Tobacco - Dr. JT ? (bottler) - Iver McCullum - tailor upstairs - later a - Mrs. Warren - Sol Bear - Ike Bear the old market house - run on a level - street sloped at River - front of Market even with street - rear end used for Engine House - Hook and Ladder - One by Ch. Bradley ? - replaced by Ben ?

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-occupants at time of fire Jan of 1840

No 1 - Jno. Dawson occupied this corner before 1840 - fire destroyed this store - mid-night Jan 1840 - 2 story frame building - hip roof - shingled facing both on Market and Front Streets - this fire destroyed the entire block - save No. 11 corner Front and Princess - there was a suspicion that Dawson knew more of the origin of this fire - than he would tell - insurance 40.000 (hear say) a large amount for those days - (see notes on Jno. D - page ___)

No. 2 - 2 story- frame painted yellow - 1st floor occupied by Gause - lawyer - afterwards removed to Mississippi - upstairs - stair case outside - home of Horace Burr - wife - daughter Mary Anna - boys - Bucklen and Horace - Miss Annie Campbell - she afterwards married Wm. Thompson - 2nd wife - watch maker - burnt out

No. 3 - large double house - 2 stories - double piazza - painted white - occupied by Wm. C. Lord - wife (Hill) - mother and family - Jno Y. Savage - wife - 2 daughters Mrs. Haldridge and 2 daughters - who after married Rev. Crook, SC - O.H. Dudley, Savage children small and refuged - at Bank Cape Fear - across the street - later wooden 2 story - PWF paints - upstairs Dr. W. Ware- Dental room - (1846-49) - now Holmes ?

No. 4 - 2 story duplicate Gause and Burr House - occupied by Yopp - Tailor family - son John - Jack - Alley way - next North - through to 2nd Street south side - yards for stores and dwellings on Market - later Odd Fellows hall above

No. 5 - house and Bakery - Mrs Rankin- later Ben Gardner - Painter and Architect Contractor - Mrs. G - carried on bakery - several daughters - one married Perry- Mrs. Rankin - I suppose was mother - Owen and Robert G - Mary and Laurie - ? Jno. H. Rothwell

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