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Re: Henry Levy /Levi of North Carolina
Posted by: Helen Bassett (ID *****1620) Date: November 16, 2003 at 22:18:44
In Reply to: Henry Levy /Levi of North Carolina by Anna Hutton-Page of 663

Hi Anna,

I have searched for Levys also. You may have this information but I will share it just in case.

James Levy married Sally M. Work date of bond is 8/7/1817. The bond is for 1,250 dollars to be paid to the state if the marriage did not take place. It is signed by James Levy and Charles Hutton. Charles Hutton may have been a relation by marriage as Polly Levy married Samuel Hutton. Polly may be sister of James Levy??

Also the following was sent to me but I have not been able to follow up on the information:

PARKER - I am searching for any information on the parents of Thomas Parker
who was born about 1705 in Northampton County, North Carolina and died after October 1773 in Hertford County, North Carolina. He married Mary (unknown maiden name) about 1737. Thomas and Mary had children: William, born about 1738; (Female, born about 1739 who married Alexander Levy; Peter, born about 1740; Silas, born about 1742; and Joseph who was born about 1744. I also know that Thomas received a land grant on January 21, 1756 for 519 acres of land in Northampton County, NC. Any information at all that may help in my
search for Thomas' parents would be appreciated.

Posted Sep 26, 1998 - 11:45 - From: - Cindy Johnson

This sure explains the name Parker in the Levy family.
I think my Henry Levi died in Illinois. He and the Huttons were leaders of
Baptist congregations in Illinois and Iowa.

By the way, my father was Jewish, but my mother was Methodist. Her family
went back and forth from Methodist Episcopal to Free Methodist and Baptist
from 1800 to the present.

Thanks again for your info.

Lewis (Lewis Lazarus [])

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