My online family tree site can be found at http://www.taneya-kalonji.com/family. Meanwhile, here is a summary of the surnames I am researching. Each surname has a link to the descendancy tree as I have completed it to date; of course, there are many incomplete branches.
- Baker – Daniel Baker (born approx. 1829) and wife Frances are 2nd great-grandparents. They had three kids that I know of. The family is from the Washington County, NC area. [View descendants]
- Boston – Lovey Boston (born approx. 1821) of Washington County is one of my 3rd great-grandmothers. I suspect she may have been related to the Boston family of Piney Woods, NC (Martin & Washington counties), based on one of my 23andMe matches. [View descendants]
- Bullock – Lawrence (b. approx. 1827) & Chanie Bullock (approx. 1835-1879) of Edgecombe County are 2nd great-grandparents. They had at least 9 kids that I am aware of. Their daughter Gracy, wife of Andrew D. McNair is my ancestor. [View descendants]
- Lennon - I have two Lennon lineages. The first is the family of Council (b. approx. 1839) & Elizabeth Abigail Lennon (b. approx. 1843) of Columbus County, NC. Council had about 8 children with Elizabeth. With his second wife, Jannie, he had at least 7 more children. [View descendants]
- Lennon – my second Lennon lineage is the family of Josh & Barbary Lennon (b. approx. 1820) of Columbus County, NC. Their son John Lennon, married the daughter of Council & Elizabeth, Etta. [View descendants]
- McNair – Rufus Tannahill McNair (1823-1910) and Mariah Wimberly (1843-1903) are my earliest known among this line. Rufus was likely a slave of Dr. Augustus Harvey McNair of Edgecombe County. Mariah was the daughter of Allen and Della (Battle) Wimberly. Della was a slave of Kemp Plummer Battle (former president of UNC) and Allen was likely the slave of Richard Wimberly. Mariah’s brother, Dred Wimberly, was the first black man to sit on the NC State Senate. The McNair family moved from Edgecombe to Washington County at the beginning of the 20th century. [View descendants]
- Robinson – William Robinson & Rebecca Toon of Columbus County, NC were 2nd great-grandparents. William was the son of Bob Robinson and wife Hagar. William’s son Lewis was my great-grandfather. [View descendants]
- Walker – Prince Walker (1812-1899) & Lovey Boston (b. approx. 1821) of Edgecombe & Washington counties are 2nd great-grandparents. They had at least 8 kids and their son Anthony is my direct ancestor. [View descendants]
- Bryant - I have no information about the family of my ancestor Susan Bryant (born 1839) of Craven County. She was the wife of Stephen Donald. [View descendants]
- Cox - I descend from Robert Cox Sr. (1835-1908) & wife Amanda (b. abt. 1838) of Craven County, North Carolina. [View Robert & Amanda Cox descendants].
- Donald – Violetta Donald (1860-1933), wife of Edward Kilpatrick, was the daughter of Stephen Donald and Susan Bryant. Family information states that Violetta was part Native-American but I’ve not been able to independently confirm. Stephen & Susan had at least 7 children. [View descendants]
- Gooding – Mimi Gooding (1835-1915), of Craven County, wife of Silas Kilpatrick. She and Silas had at least 12 children; their son Edward is my ancestor. [View descendants]
- Harvey – Clayton Harvey (1830-1922) of Craven County, my 2nd great-grandfather, was the son of Louis Dougherty and Malsey Harvey. Clayton was the father of my ancestor Mary Maggie Harvey. [View descendants]
- Holloway – Thomas Holloway & wife Phillis of Wayne County, NC were 3rd great-grandparents. They had at least 12 kids that I know of. Their son Thomas Jr., my ancestor, married Polly Hood. They moved to Craven County. [View descendants]
- Hood – Polly Hood, my 2nd great-grandmother, was likely born in Wayne County and I do not know her parents. Family information states that her father was white. Polly’s mother’s name was Caroline. [View descendants]
- Kilpatrick – the furthest back I can go on my Kilpatrick lineage is to a former slave named Silas Kilpatrick of Craven County, NC. Silas was born around 1820’s ish & married “Mimi” Gooding. [View descendants]. We believe Silas to be a slave of Warre Kilpatrick.
- Koonce - my research takes me back to James Koonce & wife Isaraiah(sp?) of Jones & Craven counties in NC. [View descendants]. They may have been owned by the white Koonce family of Jones County (JCB or Calvin Koonce).
- Lawhorn – my earliest Lawhorn ancestor is Valentine Lawhorn (b. 1830) & wife Harriet (b. abt. 1843) of Craven County, North Carolina. [View descendants]
Last Updated: November 26, 2011