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~~~ Humble beginnings to a work-in-progress ~~~

Welcome to the Young family genealogy and noble ancestry: Native American descendents of Southeastern North Carolina. This site will take a chronicle of the Young families and their "contemporaries", that inhabited the areas along the Capefear River, Lake Waccamaw and Waccamaw River basin, of Bladen, Columbus, Brunswick, Robeson and New Hanover Counties.

What’s ahead??

Indian surnames: Young, Blanks, Bowen, Graham, Campbell, Webb, Moore, Freeman, Lacewell, Mitchell, Lambert, Patrick, Smith, Edy, Chavis, Allen, Jacobs, Spaulding and others.

Other surnames: Coatney, Buie, Boyd, Baker, Warren, Edwards, Shaw, others….

A survey of Indian/European/African anthropology, history and DNA information: A study of the tri-racial groups (Indian, African, European "mix bloods") of Bladen, Columbus, Brunswick Robeson and neighboring SC counties.

Indian surname association: A study of surnames “attached” to specific tribes, kinship and intermarriage.

Land analysis: A survey of early Indian settlements along Capefear and Waccamaw River basins, and the emergence of mixed bloods living in "isolate" communities.

And much much more...

The Young Pages: Ancestry of Southeastern NC
Updated November 30, 2005

D. Keith

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  • Grahams (1 KB)
    Descendents of William and Sarah Graham. Early Waccamaw history from the PeeDee River Basin of SC
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  • The Campbell Story (1 KB)
    Samuel Campbell and his heirs, 1780-1853. A Scottish/Native American heritage. Early Campbell (1739)settlements in the CapeFear River Basin. Campbell settlements anoung the indians.
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    Sam Coatney 1848-1912. The first and only Coatney in North Carolina
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    Amoung the Nottoways of VA. Early Webb/Freeman settlements in CapeFear River Basin.
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    Early Waccamaw History from the PeeDee,Waccamaw, CapeFear River Basin. A Descendent of "King Johnny", an early Waccamaw Chieftain.
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    Early Waccamaw History. Patriarchs of the Blanks familes
  • Mitchell (1 KB)
    Amoung the Tuscarora: From Bertie Co to Bladen Co. Early Mitchell settlements. Freeman/Mitchell settlements on the Neuse River.
  • Moores of Waccamaw River Basin (1 KB)
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    Amoung the Tuscarora: The Story and Descendents of William Lacewell: Those folks who came from Cumberland County
  • A brief written discription of Isaac "Ike" Young (43 KB)
    Biography written by Drucilla Jane Pate Mears in 1923. It contains a brief physical description of Isaac Young and Slap swamp, and probably dated before the Civil War. Also of interest, mentions the conditions that surrounded the Civil War period. Source: Taken from the book “Scattered Seed” written by Myrtle Bridges. Posted to this site with permission.
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