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Colonial American Officials

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  • Capt. William Lea, of South Hico (c.1714 - bef.1804)
    William Lea Birth: Circa 1714 - St Stephen's Par, King Queen, Virginia Death: Aug 3 1803 - Person Co., NC Parents: John Lea, Anne Taylor brief biography From Rose, Ben Lacy and Satterfiel...
  • John Willcox, I (1728 - 1793)
    John Willcox (or Wilcox), Chatham County iron manufacturer, was born in Concord, Chester County, Pa., the first son of Thomas and Elizabeth Cole Willcox. About 1759 he moved to Cross Creek where he o...
  • Thomas Lovick (1680 - 1759)
    Thomas Lovick, assemblyman, member of the General Court, and militia colonel, held a variety of governmental posts in eastern North Carolina. The older brother of John Lovick, he was born in Chowan C...
  • Benjamin Borden, II (1675 - 1743)
    Benjamin Borden, a land speculator, played a key role in establishing some of Virginia's early settlements west of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The New Jersey native had moved to the Shenandoah Valley b...
  • Alexander McCulloch, I (1715 - 1798)
    Alexander McCulloch, provincial official, was the son of James McCulloch of Great Britain. He was residing in North Carolina as early as 1745 and serving as deputy auditor of the province in Edenton....

Colonial officials other than Governors. Includes Deputy Governors, Assembly and Council members, etc.