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Name: E. Ramona Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2011-09-26 Comments:
Thank you for all of your wonderful work. My family lines directly link to Knotts Island, Mackay Island Refuge, Hyde-Ocracoke. I am a part of the Mackeys (Indian), Barbers,Collins,Barrows,Chances,and Dailey. Also, I find that I am a Neal, O'neal, Bradshaw, Spencer, Burrus families. I would love to work with your Society.
Name: Ron Clark <email@example.com> Date: 2011-06-13 Comments:
Trying to research my ancestors, Pantego Native!
Name: Norman Dean, Oxford, NC <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2010-01-10 Comments:
Very interesting informative site. Placed it in my favorites for future reference.
Name: Nikolet <email@example.com> Date: 2008-03-19 Comments:
Name: donald futrell <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2007-12-26 Comments:
very good information. I really appreciate your work.
Name: Maria Pierce <email@example.com> Date: 2007-07-10 Comments:
As a member of the Meherrin Indian tribe, this site provides so much valuable information of Hertford Co. and surrounding areas.I pray this web-page will be up for a long time!
Name: Brenda Law <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2007-06-03 Comments:
Anyone who has any knowledge of what indian tribe once lived in the Reidsville, North Carolina area, I need your help. I am finding relics and want to know as much as I can about these indians, such as the name, where would a work camp be located, burial practices,where would old pottery most likely be found, etc. Any help will be very appreicated! Also, great web-site. Thanks!!
Name: Rita B. Healy <email@example.com> Date: 2007-04-28 Comments:
Researching into my father's history,great great grand-father
was Stephen Winberry,greatgrandfather Duffy Winberry,daughter was my grandmother,Minnie Viola Winberry, wife of Henry Bonner Hopkins my grandfather. My grandfather born 1879 Pamlico CO,
very much need to find any Indian census type of documentation, his family was the first interbred with the indians in the colony there in Pamlico. Please sen any links that would have records of names or North Carolina Indian Affairs Thanks
Name: Teresa Harrell <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2006-12-26 Comments:
I find this sight very interesting. I am trying to find the tribe that my ancestors and myself belong to. They were from Goose Creek Island. My Great Grandmother's family were Mercer's. Her father was George Mercer. I beleive he is the one who was Indian. His wife I beleive was Susan Leary. If you know which tribe this is I'd appreciate that information. I also know there is an Indian cemetery there, I plan on taking a trip there with my mother sometime soon.
Name: Philip McMullan <email@example.com> Date: 2006-12-09 Comments:
I am most interested in Beechland and the Croatan.
Name: Jo Prytherch <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2006-08-01 Comments:
What a wealth of resources. I didn't know this much information existed on the early history of North Carolina.
Name: Jim Bohannon <email@example.com> Date: 2006-05-26 Comments:
This contains vast information. I'm really impressed
Name: Shoshone <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2005-12-05 Comments:
Hello, I have an interest in the history of Chowan Indian tribe as I believe I am a decendant from the Bennett lineage that resided in Gates and Edenton county, NC. I am also looking into the same maternal line for confirmed native Ancestry that was confirmed through DNA testing and Oral family history. I am the moderator of http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nativesistergroup/ which includes members who have traced thier ancestry to Chowan and other Native American groups and have proved positive through DNA testing. Your sites offer great insight and knowledge.
Name: Steve Adkins <email@example.com> Date: 2005-09-16 Comments:
Thanks for creating such a splendid site.
As an amateur historian and professional land-title examiner, I'm just finishing an 8-year project concerning the transfer of Indian land title in the Virginia piedmont, focused on the Siouan Monacans, and I'm beginning to plan a similar project for the Carolina piedmont and upper coastal plain, focusing on the Lumbees.
I came upon this site today, and immediately added it to my favorites -- I intend to make good use of it!
Name: Dana Hay <DJH0122@mail.ecu.edu> Date: 2005-04-10 Comments:
With many thanks to Ric Haag of the LSU Coastal Studies Dept., I was able to explore this fine website, including the source material for Alaric Haag's work on the Algonqins.
Thank you to your careful webmaster.
Name: Leatha Ortega <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2004-06-10 Comments:
Very interesting and a lot of information.
Name: Alisha <email@example.com> Date: 2004-05-15 Comments:
This website really helped me with my project. Is there any way that u could send me some information?
Name: maxine alexander <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2004-03-29 Comments:
a million thanks for this web-site.
Name: Amanda <DESERTDIAMOND3> Date: 2004-03-10 Comments:
Simply amazing, Dr Phelps is an awesome educator.
Name: thelma clay hutchinson <email@example.com> Date: 2004-03-01 Comments:
Very good reading and teaching tool,thanks......lovet
Name: Kenneth Bravehawk <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2004-02-08 Comments:
My dad's people are the Coree Indians of the outer banks of NC. The Core Sound and Core sound are named for them. Harkers Island was once Coree Island until old man Harker killed all the Indians on it, then it became Harkers Island. I'm currently trying to uncover all the history I can about the Coree people, who are still alive and well in the area.
I'm very pleased to look at this site. It is very informative and nicely done. Keep up the good work.
Name: Laura Wallace <email@example.com> Date: 2003-11-09 Comments:
I found a lot of information I was looking for. Thank you. I am a direct descendent of Thomas Hoyter, a chief of the chowanoc indians.
Name: Kenneth Elser <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2003-11-06 Comments:
This is one of the most thorough sites I've seen. I wish there was a site like this one for Georgia archeology.Thanks for the good work.
Name: terrie barfield <email@example.com> Date: 2003-07-28 Comments:
thank you for all your help.
Name: Jo Ann O'Neal <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2003-06-11 Comments:
I find this very interesting and plan to explore the information more.
Name: Stacey Washington <Staceyrwashington@yahoo.com> Date: 2003-02-18 Comments:
Trying to find information on my family history. Just looking and thoroughly confused.
Name: Gerry Rosser <dukenoone195@msncom> Date: 2003-02-07 Comments:
Thanks for such a wonderful site. My family is orginally from Hyde County (God's Country) I feel so lucky to be from the greatest part of the country
Name: Dan Hoff <email@example.com> Date: 2003-01-04 Comments:
Great sight! I recently discovered that I am apparently a direct decendant of Chief Thomas Hoyter of the Chowan tribe
through his daughter tabitha who married John Freeman in 1715.>John Jr. 1718>Aaron 1745>James 1785>Green C. 1827>
Alfred H. 1858>James R. 1886> Donna M. 1920(my mother)
Name: JOHN NORMAN <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2002-07-26 Comments:
WOW THE BEST SITE EVER OF NC. HISTORY MY FAMILY CAME TO CHOWAN CO ABOUT 1660 HENRY NORMAN DOB 1646/47
WIFE ANN WALKER THIS SITE BRINGS THEM TO LIFE THANKS JOHN NORMAN MARYLAND
Name: Duane Everhart <email@example.com> Date: 2002-06-20 Comments:
I just found this site and found it very helpful in a couple ways. First, I am of Shawnee ancestry and have found the information of Chowan people to be very interesting. From studying the Shawnee of South Carolina, I made an assumption that more live in North Carolina, but couldn't find a link till now. Secondly, I'm working on developing a display for the Wayne County Museum and found some more on the people who would've lived in Wayne County/Goldsboro prior to the Tuscarora Wars. If any one can shed more light on this area, please e-mail. Keep up the good work!
Name: Rhoda Cooper <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2002-03-24 Comments:
I found the name Strickland(paternal) associated with the Algonquin tribe and am now searching for Penland(maternal). Maybe some day I will find this link.
Name: Johnnie Mansfield <email@example.com> Date: 2002-03-17 Comments:
I have researched my family to the 1700's and it has taken me over 30 years to write my history/research. Just recently I became computer literate. This web-site was found accidentally and I must say that it is literally a warehouse of information. In my second edition of my history, I will definitely include information about the indians that were my relatives (ie Chowanokes) that I have recently found out about. Again, thanks thanks thanks.
Name: Dakota <Dakota_147@yahoo.ca> Date: 2001-12-04 Comments:
Your site is great but they is no way to search for Algonquain Religon so you should add that Take Care
Name: Lillie Gilbert <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2001-12-02 Comments:
Excellent sources, thank you. I'm writing a series of guidebooks for naturalists, paddlers and adventurers. Currently, I'm working on books 2 and 3. #2 is Dismal Swamp watershed and south to the Pamlico. I'm including river information (access points, navigability, flora and fauna)and history related to the rivers. #3 will be Back Bay and Mackay Island areas. Any additional info very welcome. Thanks, Lillie
Name: Donna Campbell Smith <email@example.com> Date: 2001-11-16 Comments:
Thank you for compiling all this information in one spot! I come here often when doing research for my children's novels and magazine articles.
Name: Julia Middleton Connet <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2001-11-11 Comments:
A great site...thanks for the work you have done!
Name: SHIRLEY CALHOUN <email@example.com> Date: 2001-11-05 Comments:
What a wonderful web sight,will take me weeks to view it all.Thanks so much,will keep this sight in my favorites forever.
Name: Taylor Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2001-08-30 Comments:
At Lake Phelps in eastern N.C., which is a part of Pettigrew State Park, are to be found dugout canoes in the lake. I'm not sure that they are of Algonquin origin, but it seems very likely. I was hoping to find an article here by chance. Even though I didn't see anything off-hand, I have found your link useful for my passing but increasing interest pertaining to Eastern North Carolina Native Americans. If you know about these canoes or any reference material about them I missed, I'd love to know!
Name: Jewelle Baker <email@example.com> Date: 2001-07-08 Comments:
Thank you for contributing this wonderous site for our perusal. I shall visit often... there's SO much history here! My email group, GenealogyPITT Co NC Friends In Research http://groups.yahoo.com/group/genpcncfir has quite a few members interested in their Indian Roots. I plan to post your WebSite URL today!! Our membership covers all of the U.S. We can benefit from your historical documented resources. Thank you again!!!!
Name: Judge Fletcher Freeman <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2001-05-23 Comments:
Seeking information on Chowan Indians, Chief Thomas Hoyter, and a Tabitha Freeman believed to be the daughter of Thomas Hoyter, "chiefman of the Chowan Indians." Her husband was John Freeman who purchased 200 acres in Chowan Town from Chief Hoyter in 1734. Then in 1754 Joh Freeman, along with the last two surviving adult males of the Chowans executed a deed selling Chowan lands.
Name: Roy Sawyer <email@example.com> Date: 2001-05-21 Comments:
Congratulations of a web site which was very much needed. I am interested in the Indians of Hyde and Tyrrell Counties and look forward to viewing this site often.
Name: John McGowan <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2001-04-28 Comments:
Welcome one and all. I hope you have found the Carolina Algonkian web site informative and interesting. Thanks,