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From: "P. Taylor" <>
Subject: Re: [NCBLADEN-L] Re: Bladen_County_lookup Brown -Anders
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 11:07:30 -0500


Kay,
Are any of my Russ family members buried at CCreek Methodist?
Peggy




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Subject: Re: [NCBLADEN-L] Re: Bladen_County_lookup Brown -Anders


> Jennie
> To add to Dee's work on the Helen Octavia Anders who m Brown's. Browns
come
> into my line with people born about 1900-1910. Ex. Charlie Brown m Letha
> Hill, sister Genny Brown m ---Blake, Thurman (called Honey) Brown never
> married, Clyde m Eva Squires, and Louanna m Johnnie Marshall. These were
a
> combination of siblings and half siblings. Also back in 1850 timeframe
> several Browns m into the Russ family. One I believe was John Russ my
> ggggrandfather m Betsy Brown. This Russ family is buried at Carvers Creek
> Methodist Church. I'd love to know of any connection you make with any of
> these.
>
> The book Anders,
> Andres, Andress, Andrews, Anderson Family of Southeastern North Carolina
has
> your Helen Octavia Anders who m Milton D. Brown.
> Octavia was the dau Of John Washington Anders 1821-1862 m Elizabeth
Caroline
> Locke .
> John Washington was the son of David D. Anders 1785-86--1781 and Patience
A.
> West
> David D was the son of John Anders 1755-1796or 1814 and Anne Nancy
Peacock
> John Anders was the son of John Anders died 1802 m 1st unknown (mother of
the
> Children) 2nd Bridgett Day Beatty White
> John Anders was the son of John Anders c 1690-1710 m Judith ?
>
> This is my husbands family and I helped Bill Oakley a little with the book
> but mainly my thoughts agreed with his. This last John Anders came into
SE
> North Carolina in the early 1730's and owned land in Bladen county in the
> 1850's. He may have come from Dorchester County Maryland but we are not
sure
> about that.
> We do know that they family went by all the names listed in the title. We
do
> know that John and Judith ? had children Stephen, Joseph and John all of
who
> were in Bladen county for a good while then Joseph my husbands line moved
to
> Robeson county then Horry county SC then Sumter county SC where Joseph and
> his wife died but his children moved to Monroe, Pike, Butler etc. in
Alabama.
> Stephen and John stayed in Bladen county. There is some evidence of a
> William Anderson and a Samuel Andrews who may have been brothers to John,
> Stephen and Joseph. Samuel may have been a Tory. All of these were at
the
> Battle Of Moores Creek but not necessarily on the same side of the creek.
> Browns marry into the Anders family in other places. The above Stephen ,
> brother to your John and 1st wife unknown, had two children m Browns.
Samuel
> 1762-18290m Mary Brown and Ann 1773- alive 1795 m Richard Brown brother to
> Mary.
>
> These folks are for the most part buried in the Rowan section of Bladen
> county but some are on the other side of the river in the Carvers Creek
area
> where many of the Browns were. I went to school with Brown's from Rowan
and
> was taught Bible school by Miss Fatima Anders 35 years before i found out
my
> husband who came from Alabama was of this same family. I have one
classmate
> who was a Brown and married an Anders. If you want the book I think Bill
> still has some and they are about 30-35 dollars. If you would like the
pages
> in your direct line mailed to you let me know.
>
> Kay Andress

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