John Lucas of Eastern North Carolina Descendants and Related Families

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  • ID: I10562
  • Name: Mary Carouth
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: in Cumberland County, North Carolina
  • Death: AFT 1856 in Perry County, Alabama
  • Note:
    Mary Carouth is thought to have married as his second wife Isaac Phares w ho died between 01 May 1826 the date of his will and 13 November 1826 wh en the will was proved in Greene County, Alabama. His first wife was Ma ry Colbreth (Culbreth).

    On 16 December 1856, Mary Pharis of Perry County, Alabama gave to Jo hn C. Williams of Sampson County, North Carolina a power of attorney to a ct on real estate in Sampson County drawn or alotted by her (Deed Book 5 5, page 352). On 21 April 1860 Mary Pharis of Perry County, Alabama by h er agent John C. Williams of Sampson County sold to Daniel Bain for $387.8 1, 221 1/2 acres (Lot 3 of the real estate of John Carouth deceased) pa rt of 640 acres in northeast Cumberland County formerly belonging to Jo hn Carouth (deed Book 55, page 363.)




    Father: Robert (Carroth) Carouth b: ABT 1755 in Carruthmuir, Renfrewshire, Scotland
    Mother: Margaret McFarlan (McFarland)

    Marriage 1 Isaac Phares
    • Married: AFT 1823 in Cumberland County, North Carolina
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