Many of the references to Charles Cupples on the internet reference the Colonial Records of North Carolina (published 1886). I just located a microfilm copy in the online University of Washington Library catalog. They will be open late on Memorial Day so guess where I'll be. Hopefully these volumes include indices. These volumes may also contain the changes in the tax laws such as how old someone had to be before they were taxed (white males of 16 years and up in 1715) and how many "titheables" were in each county annually.
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