Note: N332 Notes from Helen Sharpe May have served in Third Junior Reserves and Third Battallion, Senior Reserves. Edge. Db 24, page 646, date of deed 25 Jan 1849, date recorded Feb Ct. 1849, George W. Tison and James Wiggins, executors of the last will and testament of Stephen Taylor, dec'd, to James Viverett, Nash Co. for $477.25a tract of land on the south side of Town Creek bounded by the lands of the late Jonathan Weaver, now belonging to Elizabeth Sharpe or Williford and the lands of William Batts, John G. Williams, Esq., the lands belonging to the heirs of Abram T. Sharpe, dec'd, and bounded on the north side by Town Creek containing 195 acres, also one other tract on the same side of Town Creek bounded by the lands of the said Elizabeth Sharpe or Williford, James W. Barnes, William Batts containing 45 acres, signed G.W. Tison, James Wiggins, no witnesses, acknowledged in court by G.W. Tison and James Wiggins. Abstracted 5-17-02, NC State Archives film C.037.40018, CTC. Transcribed by Tommy Colbert Not listed in the 1850 Nash County Census. His brothers are on the Census. 1850 Edgecombe County Census: #211 James Viverette 27 farmer; Martha 22; Nancy Mosley 21; Susan Viverette 7; NN B 5 F; F. G. 4 F; William B. 8/12; Jno C. Robbins 19. 1860 Nash County Census: James, Jr. 38; Martha F. 32; Susan F. 17; Nancy 16; Sarah F. 13; William B. 10 1870 Nash County Census: James 48; Martha 40; William B. 20; Mary J. 7; Milbry C. 5; Amanda 4. 1880 Nash County Census, Rocky Mount Township #53 James Vivrett 58, farmer; Marthy 54 wife, keeping house; Mandy 13 daughter. unemployed, Agriculture Schedule: James Vivrette owned 65 improved acres and 170 unimproved acres for a value of $1,000.
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