Tags » Bynum

Shrewd, pugnacious, saucy, intelligent Negro gives advice.

Wilson Advance, 11 June 1891.

Newspapers

The John and Florence Miller Bynum family.

James, John Edward, Florence Roberta, and Johnny L. Bynum, circa 1924.

On 15 November 1914, John Bynum, 27, of Saratoga married Florence Miller, 19, of Saratoga in Stantonsburg township. 179 more words

Women

New Job, New Videos

Hi all,

I haven’t been too active with blogging lately because I’ve been busy in my new job! This summer, I accepted a videographer position with the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources ( 102 more words

Filmmaking

Natural causes.

State of North Carolina, Wilson County }

Be it remembered that on the 28th day of July 1871 I H.W. Peele Coroner of Said County attended by a Jury of good and lawful Men (viz ) W.D. 242 more words

Wilson County

Nobody knows but you.

North Carolina, Wilson Co  }

The examination of the following witnesses, taken before the undersigned Coroner of said County, this 6th of July 1903 at the house of Turner Walston upon the body of the infant of… 1,270 more words

Wilson County

Charles Isaac Rector 1866/1936 and Emma Jane Bynum 1891/1967

My great great grandparents, Charles Isaac Rector and Emma Jane Bynum.

The following is taken from my book, Family Trees and Memories.

The last will and testament of Turner Bynum.

On 17 September 1858, Turner Bynum of Edgecombe and Wilson Counties penned a will whose provisions included:

  • to son Robert Bynum, 855 acres on the north side of White Oak swamp in Wilson County, “old negroes 
  • 87 more words
Wilson County