Ephraim Bryan Hackburn was born in Beaufort (Carteret County), North Carolina, on February 1, 1853. His family moved to New Bern during his childhood, where he lived the rest of his life. He became a dry goods merchant, and in 1914, he… Read More
Arthur Twining Hadley was born in New Haven, Connecticut on April 23, 1856. Hadley was a career educator who served as president of Yale University from 1899 to 1921. He died in Japan on March 6, 1930.
Green Henderson Haigler was born in Cherokee County, North Carolina, on November 21, 1855. Haigler was a cashier, accountant, and banker in Hayesville (Clay County). He died in Hayesville on December 31, 1944.
Jesse Hale was a resident of Bertie County. In 1778 he signed an oath swearing his allegiance to the State of North Carolina and promised to report any treasonous conspiracies that might threaten North Carolina's independence.
Peter Halkett (1695-1755) was a British politician and army officer who commanded troops in the ill-fated campaign against Fort Duquesne during the Seven Years' War. He was killed during that expedition, on July 9, 1755.
Clement Hall (1706-1759) was an England-born ordained Anglican missionary and itinerant minister in colonial Edenton.
Enoch Hall served as chief justice of the Province of North Carolina from his appointment on April 21, 1744, until his death in England on October 18, 1753.
John Greene Hall was born in Brunswick County, North Carolina on January 16, 1856. Hall was proprietor of Hall's Drug store in Oxford (Granville County) for fifty-three years. He died in Brassfield (Granville County) on May 20, 1932.
Shirley Evan Hall was born on July 23, 1872, in Yadkin County, North Carolina. Hall was an attorney in Winston-Salem who served as the chairman of the Forsyth County Exemption Board during World War I. He died on March 21, 1963.
William Hall 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 V. R. Hallum was born in Tennessee on January 13, 1813. A farmer in Smith County, Tennessee, he also served as the clerk of the county court. He died in Smith County on May 23, 1876.
Halsey & Jackson was a mercantile firm based in Edenton. Together with other residents, the firm signed a petition to Arthur Dobbs requesting that the colony reduce its duties on exporting wine and other alcohol from North Carolina.
Daniel Halsey (d. 1800) was a resident of Chowan County. In 1778 he signed an oath swearing his allegiance to the State of North Carolina and promised to report any treasonous conspiracies that might threaten North Carolina's independence.
Samuel Halsey (d. 1781) was a resident of Chowan County. In 1778 he did not sign an oath swearing his allegiance to the State of North Carolina, but he continued to live in the state until his death.
Albertus Burton Hamby, born January 20, 1850 , was a farmer and lifelong resident of Black Mountain (Buncombe County). He died at his home on January 25, 1925.
James Hamilton was an American-born colonial government official who served as lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania from 1748 to 1754 and from 1759 to 1763.
Otho Hamilton (circa 1690 - 1770) was a Scotland born British army officer who served as lieutenant governor of Placentia, Newfoundland, from 1744 up through 1764.
William Gerard Hamilton (1729 - 1796) was a British politician who served as a member of the Board of Trade (1756-1761) and chief secretary of Ireland (1761-1764).
John P. Hampton was born on May 15, 1868, in Ashe County, North Carolina. Hampton was a prominent farmer in the Horse Creek community of Ashe County. He died in Horse Creek on September 25, 1933.