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WHITE/AMBROSE

Christine Ambrose (View posts)
Posted: 1 Jul 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
I would like to hear from anyone who has information on Friley WHITE, an English sea captain who married Nancy (believed to be a Tuscarora Indian). They had a daughter, Annie E. WHITE, born 1859, who married William Stuart Ambrose of Washington County. I will be glad to share any information I have.
Christine Ambrose, Camden, NC.

Re: WHITE/AMBROSE

Posted: 30 Jul 2002 8:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Sep 2004 12:32PM GMT
Christine: I wonder if you are still looking for information on Friley White and nancy Collins and their daughter Annie E. Ambrose? I am in this family line and would like to share information with you. Friley White is my 3rd Great Grandfather. Hope to hear from you.

Rhonda Cowan

Re: WHITE/AMBROSE

Posted: 27 Feb 2005 8:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: White, Willoughby,Pierce
Hi. Looking for more info on Friley White and his parents Solomon & Louisa White. I am descended from Friley's daughter Permelia(Amelia) White & James Willoughby.

Re: WHITE/AMBROSE

Rhonda Cowan (View posts)
Posted: 1 Mar 2005 6:08PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: White, Collins, Willoughby.
Hi Angela,

We must be cousins. My Mother was a Willoughby! My Grandfather was James Erastus Willougby and his Father was as well. I don't know if James E. married

I have Friley married to Nancy Collins but I can find no more on her what so ever. I was told that she might have be a Native American, but haven't found anything yet.

As for Friley, I have his parents as Solomon White born in 1805 in Plymouth, NC. He and his wfie Louisa (Last name unknown) had three children, Friley, Wilson and Edward. If there are others, we haven't found them yet. Solomon's Father was William White, known to have died in 1823 and his Mother's name was Asha, last name unkown. That is all I have so far going back. Have a lot going forward from there though.

I would love to share information with you and see where we are related.

Rhonda Cowan

Re: WHITE/AMBROSE

Rhonda Cowan (View posts)
Posted: 1 Mar 2005 6:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Oops, that should have read I don't know if James E. married to Permelia was an Erastus or not, but it certainly could be.

Re: WHITE/AMBROSE

A. Smith (View posts)
Posted: 1 Mar 2005 7:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi. I have a James E. Willoughby in my tree. He was the son of William A. Willoughby. James married Amelia White, Friley's daughter. I believe that James also had a son named James E. Do you have any more info on them?

Re: WHITE/AMBROSE

Rhonda Cowan (View posts)
Posted: 2 Mar 2005 2:27PM GMT
Classification: Query
Yes, James had a son, James Erastus Willoughby. He married Nicey Elizabeth Hoggard and they had six children, one of whom is my Grandfather, James E. Willoughby, Jr. The other children are: Solon, Thomas, Bernice, Riddick and Woodrow. James Senior is buried at Cashie Baptist Church in Windsor, he died in the infulenza epidemic of 1918. His wife, then went to live in Norfolk, VA where her sons had moved and died there in 1967 and is buried at Forest Lawn in Norfolk.

Are you researching the White line and the Willoughby's or just the White's? I am trying to find out more about Friley and his parents and his wife.

Re: WHITE/AMBROSE

A. Smith (View posts)
Posted: 2 Mar 2005 4:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
Yes, I am researching the White's and Willoughby's. I have Willoughbys on both sides of my family and I believe that they are related to each other. I would like to find the burial place of Friley to see if other family are buried there. Do you have the names of the siblings of James Erastus Willoughby? I am planning a trip to NC this summer.

Re: WHITE/WILLLOUGHBY

Rhonda Cowan (View posts)
Posted: 3 Mar 2005 7:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: White, Collins, Willoughby.
We are obviously working the same line here. How do you relate to the Willoughby's? I am the grand daughter of James Erastus Willoughby born November 22, 1911. (His father, James Erastus was born June 14, 1877) He died on January 25, 1955. My Mother, Margaret Carolyn was one of his daughters.

How far do you go back with the Willoughby's, and the White's?

I do not know where Friley is buried. I would like to find out and hopefully find Nancy, his wife at the same time.

We are going to NC in two weeks, so I hope to find some more information then.

Here is what I have as James' children.

JAMES E. WILLOUGHBY was born January 24, 1850 in Hertford County, North Carolina, and died 1900. He married PERMELIA WHITE December 24, 1874 in Plymouth, North Carolina, daughter of FRILEY WHITE and NANCY COLLINS. She was born June 05, 1856 in Washington County, North Carolina, and died September 15, 1920 in Harrellsville, Hertford County, NC.

Their Children:
1. JAMES ERASTUS WILLOUGHBY, b. June 14, 1877, Plymouth, Washington County, North Carolina; d. March 18, 1918, Windsor, Bertie County, North Carolina.
2. MARY WILLOUGHBY, b. October 1879, Washington County, North Carolina, USA.
3. ANNIE GERTRUDE WILLOUGHBY, b. Abt. 1882, Plymouth, Washington County, North Carolina.
4. FANNY A. WILLOUGHBY, b. December 1883; m. GEORGE W. SMITH, April 20, 1904, Bertie County, North Carolina; b. Abt. 1868, Martin County, North Carolina.
5. NORA E. WILLOUGHBY, b. August 1885, Bertie County, NC; m. C. H. TODD, April 06, 1913, Hertford County, North Carolina, USA; b. Abt. 1873.
6. JOSEPH LLOYD WILLOUGHBY, b. September 04, 1886, Washington County, NC.
7. ELIZABETH WILLOUGHBY, b. April 1888, Colrain.

I do have more information, if you would like to contact me via email as I don't want to use up too much space on Willoughby's from Bertie Co. on the Washington Co web page.

Re: WHITE/WILLLOUGHBY

A. Smith (View posts)
Posted: 7 Mar 2005 3:14PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: White, Willoughby, Coleson, King, Terry
Yes, please contact me. My email is rrk39@cableone.net. I am going to NC this summer so perhaps can pick up where you leave off on your trip.
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