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NC Sermons - Wiggins - Banks Native African Americ
Posted by: Millicent Banks Carter Date: October 08, 2001 at 18:40:47
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I looking for information on Fannie Sermons.

Pitt County NC death records has Hambrick Banks married to Fannie Sermons, their son was Silvester Banks (died 7/7/26 in Beaver Dam, Pitt, NC). Also Hambrick may have been married to Elizabeth May.

Hambrick possibly related to Hambrey Banks my gggfather
Hambrey or Hambray Banks, married Flora or Florance Wiggins Banks born abt 1854 in NC.
Flora & Hambrey are in the 1880 Pitt census as Mulatto ages 29 & 24.
Their children are Columbus, Henry, Rebecca, Alvana, Nora, Robert(died 10/3/34 Greenville NC), Ambrose or Ambrus.

Besides Hambrey, Hambrick I'm also seeing the names Hamrick, Hamlet & Hambut Banks listed in Pitt County death records. I don't know if there is any connection yet

Ambrose married Minnie Bell and moved to Greene County NC.
Their children were Leo, Alberta, Cora, Nora (m. Lynch), Effie, Carra, Herbert (m. Vicey Mitchell), Dora (Dorah?), Viola maybe also Minnie Mae and Annie Mae.

Columbus married and moved to Greene County also.
Columbus' children were Columbus Jr and Manuel Banks.


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