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            In the article, The Ghost Ship Caroll A. Deering: Still an Outer Banks Mystery, the name of the ship was actually Carroll A. Deering, Carroll spelled with 2 r's.

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            Osiyo, I was wondering how to find out about my great ancestors Smoker and Arrowtoter, like which route they took on the trail of tears if there is any way of knowing! Wado!

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            Can you tell me the past directors of Crossnore School for children ?

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            One, the girls' name is not Lidia its Marry

            Two, I have a question. I'm wanting to know more about my family tree but sadly every time I ask about getting a DNA kit my parents say that it would be too complicated because my family tree is also complicated. My moms' name is Jennifer Mellon but she has two maiden names. She was born with the name Umfries then was adopted by a man named Jeff Oaks. I would love to make my family tree known so that way my future offspring will know where they came from.

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            I've often wondered about what exactly happened to the Roanoke Island settlers; from the first time in school when I heard about it, then again when I've just now read about it again, plus I don't actually know anybody unfortunately who's a relation to the first or second settlers who've attempted, unsuccessfully to settle on this island. I've just always been a curious observer and would like to know more if that's a possibility?

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            Am 80 years Old, working on finding my roots for 10 years. Have traced them back to the mid 1600’s around Albemarle Sound .
            My Grandfather, Greatgrandfather, and Great-Grandfather, Benjamin Tetterton (1819-1882) were born in Terrell County, nc.
            I was. Born in Rocky Mt. 1939.
            Would like to know actually when the first Tetterton come here, where, and what ship.
            I have taken two DNA test
            Hoping my time will not run out before I get some answers

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