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Re: Tutor/Senter - Cumberland Co North Carolina
Posted by: Juanita Wells (ID *****9107) Date: November 07, 2003 at 16:13:50
In Reply to: Tutor/Senter - Cumberland Co North Carolina by Betty Rowland of 298

My great great great grandfather was William Owen Tutor, jr born 1774 in Wales. He immigrated to Virginia in 1790 & worked as an indentured servant for 16 months on a plantation on the James River between Williamsburg & Harrison Landing. After 16 months he arrived at Rollins Mill in Wake County, Norht Carolina. He lived with the Rollins family seven years & they taught him English as he originally spoke Welsh. He married Lucinda Senter in 1799 & bought property from Lucinda's cousin, Young Elkins. Lucinda & Owen raised a big family on Beaver Dam Creek in Cunberland County, North Carolina (now Harnett) Their first son Samuel Isaac was born on their plantation on September 8, 1800> He was the first Tutor born in America. They were also parents of John Henry Tutor born 7 Jul. 1802, Frances Samantha born. 1805, William Madison born 1807, Oliver K. born abt. 1809, Mary born 1810,Lilly Phoebe born bet. 1816-1817, Owen young born 1818, Louise born 1822 & Martha Jane born in 1828. All the Tutor children were born in Cumberland county, North Carolina.
Lucinda's father was Stephen Senter & her mother was Mary Sims. Mary's father was Joseph Sims born abt. 1748. Her mother was Mother's name was also Mary but last name unknown.

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