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N.N. Cade

Birthplace: Johnson Creek, NC
Death: Martinsville
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Managed by: Don Darrell Reid #MA447440C1
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About N.N. Cade

N.N. - - unknown. Given the name of Cade. Her chain bearer was Richard Cade. She was a native slave. Her downline were FPOC tithable in the community of Lightfoot (who was also tithable himself) and her community hailed from the lower Dan as did her husband's other wives' Kinchen who were half Euro taking over the Saura lands and hald Saura for this particular line. Community of any of the captives of the wars - - on the Saura-Saponi Trail.

The legal status of Lucy's tithable son Lodwick Alford,is based her being a free person of color of the LIghtfoot community: Free Person of Color - Poll taxation on the 5th of October 1735, O. S., p. 174 [renumbered p. 186; Chamberlayne, p. 246] "At the Petition of Wm Paisley an Overseer of the High Road from the Old Church to Mr Chamberlayne’s ferry Ordinary, That he have Wm . Atkinsons Titheables, Stephen Brooker, Lodowick Alford, and Julius Alford, Micha Harfields Tiths Richd Ross Majr Dandridge’s, John Lightfoots, & Col Custis’s Tiths at the old Quarr and upon the River. Lucy was referrred to as a Cade as a maiden name in the following:


John Kitchen, who m. Grace Cade, Aug. 10, 1635, in Stoke Rodney, Somerset (3-4 mls fr. Cheddar/Wedmore); a descendant, Elizabeth Kinchin, m. Lodwick Alford, son of James Alford and Lucy Cade

Nov. 1, 1752: William Pace was granted 425 acres “in Granville County and in Johnston County on the S side of crooked creek, joining Lodwick Alford”; surveyed Feb. 10, 1748, chain bearers Robert Cade (stepfather of William and James Pace), and William Cade. Source:

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Johnson Creek, NC