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Edward Robert Pace was born on August 26, 1872, in Raleigh, North Carolina. An influential figure in the labor movement, Pace served one term as a state legislator and two terms as Commissioner of Public Works for Raleigh, North Carolina. During… Read More

Samuel Pace was a resident of Bertie County. In 1779 he signed a petition to the North Carolina General… Read More

William Heck Pace was born on December 7, 1883, in Raleigh, North Carolina. Pace was an attorney in Raleigh when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917. He entered the service in September 1918 with the rank of major and was… Read More

Thomas Carl Pack was born in Black Mountain (Buncombe County) on August 8, 1889. As a young adult, Pack worked for several years at a lumber mill in Swannanoa. By 1933, he had been ordained as a Baptist minister. He died in Asheville on July 14,… Read More

James Riley Padgett, born on August 25, 1885, was a lifelong resident of Black Mountain (Buncombe County). Padgett spent his early career working as a carpenter and farmer. By 1930, he was working as a real estate broker. He died in Asheville in… Read More

Joseph Henry Padgett was born in Buncombe County on September 1, 1883. Padgett was a lifelong resident of Black Mountain, where he worked as a carpenter and grocery store clerk. He died at the state hospital in Raleigh on July 8, 1933.

Frank Page was born on February 22, 1875, in Cary, North Carolina. Page was an industrialist and banker who is credited as being the father of the state's modern highway system. Following his service as an engineer in World War I, Page was… Read More

Frank Theodore Page was born on May 15, 1881 in Durham County, North Carolina. Page graduated from Leonard Medical School in 1908. He was a longtime physician and manager of the Peoples Drug Store, Inc., in Durham. Page died on July 18, 1937. [… Read More

Harry Page was born on August 25, 1873 in New York. Page was a veteran of the Spanish-American War and general manager of the Eureka Iron Works. He additionally served as captain of the Lincoln Home Guard Company, with which unit he was called… Read More

Henry Allison Page was born on May 2, 1862, in Cary, North Carolina. Page was a farmer and Democratic politician who served in the North Carolina General Assembly as a Representative of Moore County in the 1913 and 1915 terms. During World War I… Read More

John Riley Page was born on April 21, 1891, in Stanly County, North Carolina. Page was operator of the Tallassee Power Company power house at Badin, North Carolina. In 1919, he provided testimony during an investigation into the alleged abuse of… Read More

Junius Raboteau Page was born on December 24, 1866, in Cary, North Carolina. Page was a prominent businessman in Aberdeen, North Carolina. He died there on May 12, 1938.

Manly Blackman Page was born on August 31, 1892, in Cumberland County, North Carolina. At the outbreak of World War I, Page was a barber. He died on June 23, 1967.

Robert Newton Page was born in Page's Station (now Cary), North Carolina, on October 26, 1859. Page was a state legislator, businessman, and congressman. During World War I, he served on the North Carolina… Read More

Isaac Newton Paine was born on November 25, 1868, in Buncombe County, North Carolina. Paine was a prominent farmer and proprietor of Paine's View Dairy Farm near Statesville (Iredell County). He served as a member of the State Board of… Read More

James Paine resided in Granville County and served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the local militia regiment.

John Paine was a British army officer during the French and Indian War. In the 1760s, he served as commanding officer of the garrison at Fort Johnston, in Brunswick County.

John Palin born in Pasquotank Precinct, North Carolina in about 1685. Trained as an attorney, he served as the assistant to the chief justice of the North Carolina General Court in 1716 before becoming an associate justice of his own right in… Read More

Benjamin Palmer was a captain in a regiment of Pasquotank County militia in December 1754.

James Palmer 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. Later in 1782 he… Read More

Robert Palmer (1724-1790) was a colonial official, militia officer, and politician who served as surveyor general of North Carolina (commissioned 1753), a member of the colonial Assembly representing the town of Bath (1762), and a member of the… Read More

Robert Palmer was a resident of colonial North Carolina by 1702. In 1704 he and several other colonists near present-day Bath submitted a petition against the Mattamuskeet American Indian Nation. No further information about this individual has… Read More

Thomas Walker 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.

The Pamlico were an Algonquian-speaking American Indian nation located in present-day Beaufort and Pamlico Counties in North Carolina. Residing in coastal community, the Pamlicos and their native neighbors were known for fishing and canoeing on… Read More

Henry Fletcher Pardue was born in Yadkin County, North Carolina, on January 25, 1877. Pardue was a lifelong educator who served schools in Yadkin and Davidson Counties. Following a devastating July 1916 flood, Pardue served as a member of a local… Read More

Sylvester Loyd Pardue was born in Wilkes County, North Carolina, on October 19, 1877. An accountant by training, Pardue was a lifelong resident of North Wilkesboro where he owned several businesses in town. He also served in a variety of local… Read More

William Pargiter arrived in North Carolina by 1701. A resident of Perquimans Precinct, in 1705 he served on a jury that freed Sanders, an American Indian man who had been indentured to Juliana Laker. Any further information about this individual… Read More

John Parish arrived in North Carolina by 1693. A resident of Perquimans Precinct, he was accused of abusing John King and several other American Indians in October 1695. He died in Perquimans Precinct in about 1739.

Shadrach Parish was a captain in the Granville County Regiment of the North Carolina Militia and led men during skirmishes at Cowan's Ford and Torrence's Tavern in 1781, among others. Any further information about this individual has not been… Read More

Anthony Park was a resident of colonial Anson County. In an undated petition, he joined other Anson County residents in asking royal governor Arthur Dobbs to organize a patrol to defend against attacks by members of the Catawba, Cherokee, Seneca… Read More

Gwyn L. Park was born on September 8, 1870, in Surry County, North Carolina. Park was an attorney in Jefferson, North Carolina, who served on the Ashe County Exemption Board and as the Government Appeals Agent for Ashe County during World War I.… Read More

John Alsey Park was born in Raleigh, North Carolina on November 19, 1885. Park was a journalist and newspaperman who served as a member of a committee charged with overseeing relief funds for Western North Carolina survivors of the 1916 flood. He… Read More

Amos Parker was a resident of Chowan and later Gates 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.… Read More

Edward Sanders Parker was born on March 1, 1871, in Graham, North Carolina. Parker served as mayor of Graham for several terms and later was Alamance County's attorney. During a sexual assault investigation in… Read More

Elisha Parker 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. Later in 1782 he… Read More

Frederick Marshall Parker was born on September 15, 1875, in Enfield, North Carolina. Parker was a physician in Enfield who served on the Halifax County Exemption Board during World War I. He died in Rocky Mount (Nash County) on February 13, 1939… Read More

Isaac Parker (d. 1802) was a resident of Chowan and later Gates 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… Read More

Job Parker (d. 1812) 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.

John Johnston Parker was born on November 20, 1885, in Monroe, North Carolina. Parker was a practicing attorney, in his hometown of Monroe, and senior partner at the law office Stack & Parker (later Stack, Parker & Craig). In 1920, Parker… Read More

Jonathan Parker was a resident of colonial Salisbury. Around 1763, William Strother and Oliver Wallace were accused of horse stealing, found guilty, and sentenced to death. In an undated petition, Parker joined others from the Salisbury District… Read More

Joseph Parker (d. 1803) was a resident of Bertie and Chowan County. In 1778 he signed two oaths swearing his allegiance to the State of North Carolina and promised to report any treasonous conspiracies that might threaten North Carolina's… Read More

Peter Parker (d. 1789) was a resident of Chowan County. According to a law passed by the North Carolina… Read More

Peter Parker was born in Ireland in 1721. A career naval officer, in 1776 he was a commodore when he led an attack against Fort Moultrie and other Patriot defenses outside Charleston, South Carolina. After a long battle he was unable to dislodge… Read More

Richard Parker was a resident of colonial Orange County. In an undated petition, Alexander Mebane requested Parker be commissioned to command two new companies of county militia.

Richard Parker 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.

Samuel Parker (d. 1811) 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.

Seth Parker (d. 1820) 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.

Theophilus Parker was born in Tarboro (Edgecombe County), North Carolina, on October 22, 1775. In 1845, Parker was appointed guardian of John Whitaker Cotten's children, a position he presumably held until his death in Tarboro on February 9, 1849… Read More

Thomas Parker (d. 1825) was a resident of Chowan and later Gates 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… Read More

William Parker Jr. was a resident of Chowan and later Gates 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… Read More