I abstracted the following data from
Errata from Abstracts of Deeds
Columbus County, N.C.
1. 1829-1840 Vol III
a. Sold to Joseph Byrne 3/26/1835 100 acres on S. side of Beaver Dam Swamp adjacent Joseph Cartrette
b. Thomas Cartrette/Cartright to John Cartrette/Cartritt 2/10/1838;50 acres on East side of Beaver Dam Swamp, ent. for William Boswell 1/10/1815.
c. Luke R. Simmons to Solomon Cartrett, 8/7/1830; $25,
300 acres adjacent side Cartrett, Joshua Sowls, Thomas Cribb, Thomas Faulk, Samuel Butler and the old Brunswick line.
witnessed: Eleney Mansil & Robert Cartret
d. Nathaniel Ward to John Cartrett 3/9/1838; $30,
land on East side of Beaver Dam Swamp adjacent Joshua Cartrette, surveyed 9/20/1816.
e. LG to Thomas Carteret/Cartright, 100 acres on North side of Beaver Dam Swamp. Ent. 8/14/1815; Pat. 3/18/1817.
f. Joshua Standly to Thomas Carterette/Cartrette, 8/6/1825, $18; 100 acres on DuffÂ’s Island in Beaver Dam Swampg.
g. William Boswell to Thomas Carterette/Cartrett, 2/22/1830; $100 for 200 acres on East side of Beaver Dam & on Cedar branch ent. for sd Boswell 1/10/1815 Witness Josiah Gay & Jesse Cartrette, Ephraim Cartrett & P. Cartrett witnessed sale of a red cow and yearling 11/21/1834.i.
h. L.R. Simmons to David Neely, 9/17/1831; $20, 200 acres on S. side of Gum Swamp adj Solomon Cartrett
h. Mary Cartrett to David Nealy Power of Attorney to recover legacies due from William Boswell estate 1/7/1839
k. Samuel Stevens to Thomas Ward 8/21/1837; $75 for 50 acres on Cow Bog Branch - part of tract pat. by Micajah Stevens.
l. Solomon Cartrett to Levi Sowls, 12/29/1838; $100 for 300 acres adj to Isham Sowls & Philip Strickland
a. Uriah Flowers to Claudius Cartrett, 11/4/1816; $25
100 acres land NE side Beaver Dam Swamp adjacent John Cartrett, Henry Cartrett, Joseph & Caudius Cartrett (part of the John G. Blount patent of 12/12/1796: witnessed Joseph Cartrett & D.W.K. Yates.
b. John Bilbery to Henry Cartrett, 1816, $60, 150 acres on Gum Swamp. Witnessed by George Grisset and Joseph Cartrett.
c. Jesse Alford to Henry Cartrette, 1819, $65, 106 acres on Gum Swamp adjacent John Bilberry and George Grisset.
d. Uriah Flowers to Joseph Cartrett, 10/10/1817; $12.50
50 acres adjacent Spivey, Hezekiah Cartrett, and Joseph & Cartrett (part of the John G. Blount patent of 12/29/1794: witnessed by Claudius Cartrett & D.W.K. Yates.
e, Elijah Neelie to Joseph Cartrett, 12/20/1819, $300 by Bond due 5/4/1818;
300 acres on Beaver Dam Swamp adjacent William Cribb, William Syms, John Stevens & Eli Herren. Witnessed by Frank Blake and William Brantley.
f. Uriah Flowers to Solomon Cartrett, 10/10/1817; $50
600 acres adjacent Joshua Soles (part of the John G. Blount patent: witnessed by James Cartrett & D.W.K. Yates.
g. Joshua Williamson, Sheriff to Solomon Cartright/Catret/ Cartrett/Carteret, 2/8/1817; $200 for 49.5 acres adjacent Soles (part of 50 acres of the Blount patent conveyed to Benydie Williams) which land was sold at public sale for taxes due for year 1815, Solomon Cartrett being the highest bidder.: witnessed by Andrew Mills and John Mills
h. Bladen County deed no date. Joshua Cartrett, Joshua Sowls, John McPherson and Solomon Cartrett to Joseph Cartrett, 25Â£. for 200 acres on Gum Swamp on the Bladen & Brunswick line granted to Joseph Cartrett 4/4/1800. Witness Hezekiah Cartrett
i. Hezekiah, Lucresy, and Elisha Cartrett, George and Abraham Rabern/Rabon, and Richard Moore (Horry County, S.C.) to Joseph Cartrett, Sr., 2/28/1824 for $120 172 acres on Beaver Dam Swamp adjacent Ramsey& Cartretts plantation. Pr. Feb. term 1825 by Joseph Cartrett.
j. James Carteret/Cartrett to Jesse Catret/Cartrett 9/14/1824; $50 for 100 acres on Beaver Dam Swamp. WitneL.R. Simmons and John Cartrett.
k. James Corbett Jr., from Thomas Cribb 2/6/1821. $500 for 750 acres on Beaver Dam Swamp, including the mill and improvements; includes a 100 acre patent of Joshua Carterite/Cartrett dated 6/10/1793; includes 100 acres adjacent McAlpin, Claudius Cartrett, William Spivey, 200 acres adjacent Reddick Willson, Rhodes, John Stevens, Elijah Neilley & Cribb - 650 acres of the John G. Blount patent. Witness Elisha & Rebekah Taylor.
l. Reuben Luke, & Thomas Fowler to Aaron Fowler $25.for 50 acres on Shewbors Branch. Witness Joshua Stevens and Dennis Meeks. 2/27/1826.
m. Aaron, Reuben, Thomas Fowler to Luke Fowler $60 for 100 acres on Shewbors Branch. Witness Joshua Stevens and Dennis Meeks. 2/27/1826.
n. Aaron, Luke, Thomas Fowler to Reuben Fowler $75. for 150 acres on Shewbors Branch adjacent to the State Line. Witness Joshua Stevens and Dennis Meeks. 2/27/1826.
o. James Corbett Jr., toT John Fowler 9/5/1821. $500 for 750 acres on Beaver Dam Swamp, includes a 100 acre patent of Joshua Cartrett dated 6/10/1793; includes 100 acres adjacent McAlpin, Caudius Cartrett, William Spivey, 200 acres adjacent Reddick Willson, Rhodes, John Stevens, Elijah Neilley & Cribb - mentions 650 acres of the John G. Blount patent. Witness Reddick Wilson & Joseph Souls.
a. 5/8/1771 Barnabas Stevens of Bladen County to John Gibson for Â£ 34 proc. money.for 245 acres being half of 490 acres granted to John Hendon in 1758, adjacent William MacAllister line. Barnabas Stevens seal witnessed by Benjamin Fitzrandolph, James McDaniel
b. 11/15/1776 Bladen County - John Stevens & wife Sarah of Cumberland County to Joseph Thumbs for a tract patented by Henry Sims, 1753, conveyed to John Stevens, adjacent Grays Danns 40 acre -- 11/15/1776. John Stevens seal. Witnessed by John Beard, Joseph Thumbs, Joseph White.
c. 5/31/1771 Thomas Raburn of Orange County to Barnabas Stevens of Bladen County for Â£ 20 proc. money for 100 acres in Bladen County on the western prong of ........
d. 8/11/1770 Isaac Stevens and wife Sarah of Bladen County to William Horn of same for Â£ 80 proc. money for 250 acres granted by Gov. William Tyron , patent 640A to John Wills, taking the plantation where William Sapp formerly lived ... Seal Isaac and Sarah Stevens.
e. 12/29/1768Gideon Tilman of Bladen County for Â£ 100 proc.money to Josiah Taylor for land on south side of Cabbages Swamp of Drowning Creek adjacent John Wills, Peregrine Johnston.
f. 8/11/1770 Isaac Hatcher and Mary Hatcher of Bladen County, to Isaac Stevens and wife Sarah of Bladen County for Â£ 70 proc. money land on S side of Cabbages Swamp to Drowning Creek 640 acres granted by Gov. William Tyron , patent 640A to John Wills, taking the plantation where William Sapp formerly lived . 250 acres. Seal. Isaac Hatcher
g. 11/7/1770 Bladen County - John Stevens & wife Sarah of Cumberland County, prov. afsd. to John Newbury , Senior late of Cumberland County part of survey on SW side of NM River between Grand and Dunns land patented by Henry Sims for 640 acres , 1755, conveyed by him to John Stevens, 4/7/1769. John and Sarah Stevens seal. Witnessed by Levi Young, Jesse Newbury.