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Stephen Cabarrus (29 August 1749-4 August 1808) was a planter and politician who resided in Chowan County. In 1777 and 1778 he signed two oaths swearing his allegiance to the State of North Carolina and promised to report any treasonous… Read More

Robert Cade, Jr., was a resident of colonial Johnston County. In an undated petition, he joined others in asking royal governor Arthur Dobbs to appoint another justice to serve their section of the county.

Stephen Cade was a representative of Johnston County in the colonial Assembly from 1754 to 1760. About this same time, Cade served as sheriff for the county. In 1755, he joined other merchants, traders, and planters in petitioning the Board of… Read More

William Cagley was a resident in colonial North Carolina. Around 1763, he joined others in signing a letter of petition to royal governor Arthur Dobbs on behalf of William Strother, who had been accused of horse stealing.

John Cain was a resident in colonial North Carolina. Around 1763, he joined others in signing a letter of petition to royal governor Arthur Dobbs on behalf of William Strother, who had been accused of horse stealing.

David Franklin Caldwell was born in Guilford County, North Carolina, on November 5th, 1814. Caldwell was a businessman, newspaper editor, and politician. He was a Private in the Confederate Army. Caldwell died in Guilford County, North Carolina,… Read More

Latta Gaton Caldwell was born in Iredell County on April 24, 1887. He moved to North Wilkesboro around 1910, where he worked for several decades as a salesman at the Henry-Miller shoe store. He died on June 30, 1979.

Matthew Clark Caldwell was born in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, in 1860. For a time in the 1910s, Caldwell was a farmer in the North Cove Township of McDowell County. He later engaged in the lumber business. Caldwell died in Maryland in 1948… Read More

Samuel Caldwell was born in Guilford County, North Carolina on January 30, 1772. He served as a justice of the peace in Greene County, Tennessee. He died in Greene County on September 30, 1841.

William Davidson Caldwell was born in North Carolina on January 12, 1829. A resident of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, he worked as a physician. He died on December 3, 1868 and was buried in Mecklenburg County.

Dempsey Cale was a resident of Chowan and later Bertie County. In 1778 he refused to take an oath swearing his allegiance to the State of North Carolina, but he continued to live in the state after the war.

Benjamin Call was a resident in colonial North Carolina. Around 1763, he joined others in signing a letter of petition to royal governor Arthur Dobbs on behalf of William Strother, who had been accused of horse stealing.

Clarence Call was born on April 7, 1869, in Wilkesboro, North Carolina. Call was a merchant in Wilkesboro who served as a member of the Wilkes County Exemption Board during World War I. He died in Brushy Mountain (Wilkes County) on July 3, 1927… Read More

Walter William Call was born in Hopkins (Ashe County), North Carolina, on May 21, 1890. After attending Appalachian State Teacher’s College, Call moved to North Wilkesboro (Wilkes County) in 1910 and worked as a salesman in his cousin Clarence… Read More

James Callaway was born in Bedford County, Virginia on December 31, 1736. A veteran of the French and Indian War, he served as a lieutenant and colonel for the Bedford County Regiment of the Virginia Militia until 1781 when he established an iron… Read More

Janie Elizabeth Callaway (née Royster) was born November 16, 1895, in Warren County, North Carolina. She married John James Sharman Callaway in May 1917. Mrs. Callaway died in Henderson (Vance County) on June 4, 1971.

John James Sharman Callaway was born on September 1, 1889, in Whitfield County, Georgia. Callaway was a salesman for the Armour & Co. in Chicago, Illinois, when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917. He joined the Marine… Read More

Arthur William Calloway was born in Harrison, Ohio, on April 2, 1872. Calloway was a physician and automobile enthusiast in Asheville who advocated for the construction of good roads. He died in Asheville on December 5, 1923.

Caleb Calloway was a colonial officeholder. A Quaker, he served as a justice of the Perquimans Precinct Court. In 1699, perhaps as part of his duties as a justice, he helped negotiate an agreement between the Bay River Indians and the colony of… Read More

Anthony Calvit was a resident of colonial Johnston County. In an undated petition, he joined other members of the Johnston County militia in asking royal governor Arthur Dobbs to commission new captains for their unit.

John Calvit was a resident of colonial Johnston County. In an undated petition, he joined other members of the Johnston County militia in asking royal governor Arthur Dobbs to commission new captains for their unit.

William Calvit was a resident of colonial Johnston County. In an undated petition, he joined other members of the Johnston County militia in asking royal governor Arthur Dobbs to commission new captains for their unit.

Jesse Frank Cameron was born on November 15, 1853, in Randolph County, North Carolina. Cameron was a real estate dealer in the Denton community of Davidson County who served on the Davidson County Exemption Board during World War I. He died in… Read More

John Erastus Cameron was born in Greene County, North Carolina, on June 14, 1866. Cameron was a prominent farmer who served as a member of the State Highway Commission from 1919 until the summer of 1925. He died in Contentnea Neck Township (… Read More

Paul Carrington Cameron was born on September 25,1808, at the Stagville Plantation near Durham, North Carolina. Cameron was a judge, railroad builder, and plantation owner. Cameron's family was among the most prolific enslavers in the state of… Read More

Ichabod Camp was an Anglican missionary in Middleton, Connecticut, in 1760. He sought assistance from royal governor Arthur Dobbs to relocate to North Carolina.

Archibald Campbell (1682-1761), 3rd Duke of Argyll, was a Scottish politician, nobleman, and soldier who served as a member of the Privy Council (appointed 1711) and as Lord Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland (1733-1761).

James Campbell (d. c1799) was a resident of Bertie County who served as a justice for the Bertie… Read More

James King Campbell was born on May 15, 1895, in North Carolina. Campbell joined the National Guard in June 1916 while in Etowah, Tennessee. During World War I, he served with the 117th Infantry, the 164th Infantry, and the 128th Infantry. He was… Read More

John Campbell was a resident of Chowan Precinct, North Carolina. In 1702 he and several other residents of Chowan Precinct submitted a petition to the North Carolina Council regarding a land boundary dispute between the colonists and the… Read More

John Campbell (ca. 1700-1781) was an influential merchant and political figure who served as a representative for Chowan (1744) and Bertie (1767-1769, 1773) Counties in the legislature, Speaker of the Assembly (1754-1756), and member of the… Read More

John Campbell (1696-1782) was a British nobleman and politician who succeeded his father as 3rd Earl of Breadalbane in January 1752.

John Campbell (1705 - 1782), 4th Earl of Loudoun, was a Scottish peer and army officer who served as colonial governor of Virginia (1756-1759) and commander of British forces in America (1756-1757).

Lieutenant Campbell joined William Brimage and… Read More

Robert Campbell was a resident of colonial America who owned the sloop New York Packett and the brigantine Friendship in 1761. He also served as master of the Friendship.

Robert Lee Campbell was born on March 28, 1881, in Athens, Georgia. Campbell served overseas during World War I as a lieutenant in the 368th Infantry. He was honorably discharged on October 24, 1919. During his… Read More

William Campbell was born in Augusta County, Virginia in about 1745. A resident of Hanover County, Virginia he served as a colonel in the Virginia Militia and led troops during the Battle of King's Mountain and the Battle of Guilford Courthouse.… Read More

William Bowen Campbell was born in Sumner County, Tennessee on February 1, 1807. A Whig lawyer, he represented Smith County, Tennessee in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1837 to 1843, and again from 1866 to 1867. He also served as the… Read More

Edward Richard Sprigg Canby was born in Kentucky on January 1, 1817. Canby was a West Point graduate (1839) and career army officer who served as military governor of South Carolina in 1868. He was killed near Tule Lake, California on April 11,… Read More

Robert Jackson Canniff was born on September 18, 1894, in Marlboro, New York. During World War I, Canniff served with the sanitary corps from February 1918 to May 1919 when he was honorably discharged with the rank of second lieutenant. Following… Read More

James William Cannon was born on April 25, 1852, in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Cannon was a prominent textile manufacturer. He owned several cotton mills and operated under the name Cannon Manufacturing Company. He died on December 19,… Read More

Joseph A. Cannon was born in North Carolina on January 8, 1808. A farmer, he also served as a justice of the peace for Mecklenburg County. He died in Cabarrus County, North Carolina on August 26, 1887.

Jamison Canon [first name unclear] was a resident of Chowan County. In 1778 he refused to take an oath swearing his allegiance to the State of North Carolina, but he continued to live in the state after the war.

Joseph Canon (d. 1785) was a resident of Chowan County. In 1778 he refused to take an oath swearing his allegiance to the State of North Carolina, but he continued to live in the state after the war.