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  • Lewis Boone, Tuscarora (c.1757 - c.1844)
    Lewis Boone (born 1757-1844): Patt Boon’s son Lewis Boone (1757-1844) was bound out in 1774 in Bertie County. He then appears in the 1800 census for Northampton County, NC and in the 1810, 1820, and ...
  • Patt Boon (c.1742 - d.)
    Patt Boon’s son Lewis Boone (1757-1844) was bound out in 1774 in Bertie County. He then appears in the 1800 census for Northampton County, NC and in the 1810, 1820, and 1830 censuses for Halifax County...
  • Isabel King (aft.1703 - aft.1749)
    Note: Isabel, born Isabel Ferguson, spent part of her childhood with her stepfather Robert Bell and her mother Anne Woodnut Ferguson Bell, and was called “Isabel Bell” from c1715 until her marriage to ...
  • Satchem George Skipper III (c.1720 - d.)
    Biography Satchem George Skipper III was born circa 1720. His parents were Sachem George Skipper, II and Mary Bailey . George married Katherine Cumbo, Old Cheraw & Cheroenhaka . Together they had t...
  • Hokolesqua, Sachem Cornstalk (1712 - 1777)
    The parents of Hokolesqua, known as Cornstalk, are unknown. He said in a speech that his father was White Fish , a Shawnee man. The Moravian Missionaries say he was the son or grandson of Paxinosa. In ...

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One of NC's greatest mysteries lies in the question, "What happened to the Lost Colony?" Numerous books, articles, and plays have been written speculating about what happened to these people. Were they killed? Did they move into the interior? Were they captured by Indians. Recent discoveries in Eastern NC, specifically Bertie County, as well as recently uncovered maps, artifacts, human remains, colonial records and oral histories provides fascinating clues for answering these questions and more. This lecture draws on Dr. Arwin Small wood's 30 years of research in archives in NC, Virginia, Pennsylvania, NY, and Canada, and attempts to offer an answer to what happened to theses colonists and also explain some of NC's and Virginia's forgotten history.

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Elizabeth King The King family is Meherrin starting with the wife of the immigrant Michael King. The Meherrin said they were actually Tuscarora. Down the descendant list, the children of Michael King and Isabel Ferguson, who later married Dyal/Dial were then set with gaurdians after Michael died. Source: Meherrin Nation (Tribe) Office, P.O. Box 274 Ahoskie, NC. 27910 Chief Wayne Brown: chiefbrownmeherrin@yahoo.com; https://www.facebook.com/meherrinchowanokenation/ https://nativeheritageproject.com/2013/04/09/the-tuscarora-surnames-1695-to-1892/

Children of Elizabeth and Michael King are:

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https://www.warpaths2peacepipes.com/native-american-indians/iroquois-confederacy.htm

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