Re: Yarbrough, Trotter, Whitehead, Dickson Research

Winters Family History Research
Clarksville, Tenn.
Sept. 23, 1965

Dear Mrs. Alexander:

I am mailing the booklet as promised- where Hurrican Creek is mentioned it should be" HARRICANE".
The marriage records stating with 1839 do not include- Geo Yarbrough- Isham Trotter- Benj. Whitehead or William Dickson
Deed records show:
B-540 =Benj. Whitehead bought 320 A on Harrican Creek in 1802
B-627= Benj. Whitehead in 1804, gave his son Richard Whitehead 70 A of above land.
Witnesses were- Isham Trotter- Geo Trotter.
I found no William Dickson early or Geo Yarbrough in this area. However-
b-10- in Jan 1796- Edw. Dickson Sr. sold to William Dickson Jr. each then of Duplin Co., N. C., 640 A on east fork of Bartons Creek at "Horshoe Spring" 15 mi from Cumb. River, and marked E. D.
This would be possibly 15 to 20 mi from the Harricane Creek area.
Trace your Dickson line as far back as you can and write Mrs. Lousie Dickson Tormley.

This letter is from Ralph Winters

Submitted by Virginia Alexander at cvalex@cpws.net

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