Paspetanke River
Passapatanzy Creek is a tidal tributary of the Potomac River in King George County, Virginia, United States.

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RootsWeb: NCBERTIE-L [NCBERTIE] Paspetanke River - Archiver
From: "Robert Fouts" Subject: [NCBERTIE] Paspetanke River Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 10:50:45 -0500. No, Lisa. Paspetanke never was in Bertie. Paspetanke  ...
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RootsWeb: NCBERTIE-L Re: [NCBERTIE] Paspetanke River - Archiver
From: "Elaine & Lou Craig" Subject: Re: [NCBERTIE] Paspetanke River Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 19:07:28 -0800. References: ...
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RootsWeb: NCBERTIE-L [NCBERTIE] Paspetanke River - Archiver
From: Subject: [NCBERTIE] Paspetanke River Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 08:48:49 EST. Does anyone know if Paspetanke River was ever Bertie Co. A Land grant ...
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Passapatanzy Creek - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Before the official naming decision, Passapatanzy Creek was also alternatively known as Paspatansy Creek, Paspetanke River, and Paspotansie Creek.
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Definitions of paspetanke river - OneLook Dictionary Search
We found one dictionary that includes the word Paspetanke River: General dictionaries General (1 matching dictionary). Paspetanke River: Wikipedia, the Free ...
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Passapatanzy Creek Fishing near Fredericksburg, Virginia | Hook ...
"Anacostia River right accross from the pinic area me and a buddy caught 20 blue. ... Alternate names for this stream includes Paspetanke River, Paspotansie  ...
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The Robert Q. Newton Jr. family of Prensacola / Gulf Breeze ...
them: Thomas Relfe - 750 acres on s. w. side of Paspetanke River. The oldest structure in Pasquotank, and possibly the most ancient in North Carolina, was built ...
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VIRGINIA (1663-1670)
page 1 - welcome & (1607-1634) page 2 (1635-1653) page 3 (1654-1662) » page 4 (1663-1670) page 5 (1671-1680) page 6 (1681-1699) page 7 (important documents in the ...
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Warrosquyoake Co & isle of wright
1683 Nov 20: Capt. Henry Applewaite 1313 acres in Isle of Wright for trans. 27 pers. Including Nich. Pledge (Note: this list appears to contain many of the same names ...
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Thompson Rivers University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thompson Rivers University is a comprehensive university located in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. It offers students a broad range of courses, career ...
University of Wisconsin - River Falls
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Rivier University - A Catholic University in Nashua, NH Offering ...
Founded by the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary, Rivier University in Nashua, New Hampshire, is a four-year coeducational Catholic institution offering a ...
Rivers State University of Science and Technology
GOVERNOR AMAECHI CALLS ON CORPORATE BODIES TO INVEST IN RSUST AS THE UNIVERSITY HOLDS HER 1ST CORPORATE SOCIETY DAY.
RootsWeb: BATTLE-L [BATTLE] My BATTLE Family Line
Nov 26, 1999 ... was presented at the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. Some of ... John BATTLE, 60 acs. on Wwd. side of Paspetanke River beg. on a point
RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: PAT EXTENDED 180251 TREE
May 7, 2011 ... John BATTLE, 60 acs. on Wwd. side of Paspetanke River beg. on a ... Battle that was presented at the University of Alabamaat Tuscaloosa.
Eastern North Carolina Digital Library
This area north of Albemarle Sound and east of the Chowan River in which ... of Coastal North Carolina (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1958), p. .... This grant of 750 acres on the southwest side of the “Paspetanke River” was ...
Full text of "The North Carolina historical review" - Internet Archive
John G. Barrett, The Civil War in North Carolina (Chapel Hill: University of North ...... Their grants were for land on "Paspetanke" River and on "New begin" Creek.
[PDF]JOHN BATTLE "Immigrant In 1654" - Our Southern Cousins
Jul 19, 2009 ... John BATTLE, 60 acs. on Wwd. side of Paspetanke River beg. on a point ... of William Augustus Battle that was presented at the University.
[PDF]Virginia ALLEN Immigrants - John Barrett Robb, Family Historian
Jul 15, 2013 ... From north to south, these tidewater rivers were, the Potomac, the Rappahannock, the York (which ... University of Virginia Press, 2000), 54-58, and footnote 67 (on page 313) ...... (W sid Paspetanke Riv, adj Thomas KEELE).
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Ancestors of Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter
Ancestors of Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter
Jeff Carter, 2012
“Thomas Keely (Keele), 800 acres in a bay of the Paspetanke River.” “John Battle , 640 acres on the westward side of the Paspetanke River.” John Battle was the grandfather ofJohn Battle, whose widow, Sarah Browne Battle, married our ...
Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight County, Virginia: A ...
Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight County, Virginia: A ...
John Bennett Boddie, 1973
He joined the southward trek of this colony to Carolina and patented 640 acres " on the westward side of Paspetanke River, beginning at a point of land which parts his land and the land of Mrs. Forster." John Battle was the founder of the well ...
The River
The River
Gary Paulsen, 2012
In a boxed review, PW praised the "terse, heart-stopping prose" of this follow-up to Hatchet : "The new adventure is as riveting as its predecessor . . . the psychological terrain of the sequel is fresh and distinct." Ages 10-14. Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable...
Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight County, Virginia: A ...
Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight County, Virginia: A ...
cember 14, 1654, for the transportation of himself, wife Elizabeth and two other persons. He joined the southward trek of this colony to Carolina and patented 640 acres "on the westward side of Paspetanke River, beginning at a point of land ...
The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey
The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey
Candice Millard, 2006
Ferrone's gravelly, stentorian, hushed voice sounds downright presidential in reading the story of this little-known event from ex-Commander-in-Chief Theodore Roosevelt's postpolitical life. After losing his third-party run for the 1912 presidential election, Roosevelt agreed to accompany a Brazilian explorer on a trip along the Amazon, h...
Journal of North Carolina Genealogy, 1962-1966
Journal of North Carolina Genealogy, 1962-1966
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THOMAS RELFE - 750 acs. on S.W. side of Paspetanke Riv. , beg. at the mouth of a swamp & running by land of Thomas ... WOODWARD, JUNR., his son - 2500 acs. on the N. side of Paspetanke River, beg. at the head of the eastermost br. of  ...
Rivers: A Novel
Rivers: A Novel
Michael Farris Smith, 2013
As a Mississippi native, award-winning short story writer and first-time novelist Smith makes good use of his home state’s milieu in this powerfully written apocalyptic tale about an unending southern storm. Smith imagines the devastation the Gulf Coast might experience if Hurricane Katrina marked the beginning of a continuous deluge of rain and wi...
Ante-bellum Elizabeth City: The History of a Canal Town
Ante-bellum Elizabeth City: The History of a Canal Town
William A. Griffin, 1970
This grant of 750 acres on the southwest side of the "Paspetanke River" was made to Thomas Relfe, and later became known as Relfe's Point.26 This grant is also of primary importance because it was a pivot point for four other grants. Relfe's ...
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