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The Fleming House in Greenville

Fleming House James L. Fleming House, also known as the Fleming-Winstead House, is a historic home located at 302 South Greene St. in Greenville, Pitt County, North Carolina, was built in 1901 or 1902.



Images of Wills and Settlements 1858 to 1868

Names of Testators:

Adams, James | Adams, Sarah | Albritton, Josiah | Albritton, Tabitha | Allen, Titus | Averitt, Starling | Barnhill, Hanna | Barnhill, John | Belcher, Moses | Bland, Joseph | Blount, Esther | Blount, Evelina | Blow, William | Braddy, James | Braddy, Joseph | Brantly, Henry | Braxton, Council | Brewer, Rebecca | Briley, Benjamin | Briley, Rebecca | Brown, John | Brown, Willie | Cannon, Nancy | Carney, Jenny | Causway, Elizabeth | Chapman, Jesse | Cherry, Elizabeth | | Clark, James | Cobb, William | Congleton, James | Cox, Aaron | Daniel, Sydney | Davis, Alfred | Davis, James | Davis, Benjamin | Drysdale, Robert | Edmundson, James | Evans, Elizabeth | Evans, Richard | Evans, Theophilus | Flake, Mancel | Fleming, James | Fleming, William | Forbes, Robert | Frizzle, William | Fulford, Sarah | Garris, Nehemiah | Gorham, George | Graham, Elizabeth | Grimes, Bryan | Guy, Redden Harris, Ichabod | Harris, Sally | Herrington, Joab Sr. | Highsmith, James | Holliday, Margaret | Hopkins, William | House, Sarah | Hoyt, Gool | James, H. B. | James, Joel | Jenkins, Roberson | Jordan, Henry | Jordan, Valentine | Joyner, Abram | Joyner, Aron | Joyner, Thomas | Keel, Simon | Kilpatrick, Sarah | King, Thomas | Kittrell, Jethro | Knight, Mary | Lang, Elisha | Langley, Godfrey | Laughinghouse, Joseph | Lewis, Richard | Lewis, William | Little, William | Marsh, William | May, John | May, Martha | May, Robert | May, William | Mayo, Alfred | McGowen, John | Milburn, Stephen Eagles | Mobly, Frederick | Moore, Elizabeth | Moore, Haden | Moore, Henry | Moore, Ichabod | Moore, Joseph | Nelson, Caleb | Newton, John | Parker, Jesse | Parker, John | Perkins, Churchhill | Pollard, Reddick | Pollard, William | Pugh, Lewis | Randolph, Louisa | Rogers, Shadrick | Ross, William | Slaughter, Theophilus | Smith, Elizabeth | Smith, Joshua | Spain, Charles | Spain, D. O. | Stancill, Godfrey | Stancill, Jesse | Stocks, Susan | Teal, James | Teet, Joseph | Thigpen, Littleberry | Thomas, Jesse | Tripp, Arthur | Tucker, Macon | Tugwell, Robert | Tyson, Charlotte | Tyson, Sherrod | Wiggins, Thomas | Williams, Nancy | Williamson, Charlotte | Williamson, Henry | Wilson, A. G. | Windham, Sarah | Worthington, Ruben

Pitt County Genealogy Records


Pitt County Court House

Pitt county was formed in 1760 from Beaufort County and was named after William Pitt, the Elder, Secretary of State for the Southern Department and Leader of the House of Commons. William Pitt was an English statesman and orator, studied at Oxford University and in 1731 joined the army. Pitt led the young "Patriot" Whigs and in 1756 became Secretary of State, where he was a pro-freedom speaker in British Colonial government.

Genealogy Records available to Members
  • 1790 Census
  • Images of Miscellaneous Deeds and Surveys
  • List of Miscellaneous Records at North Carolina State Archives 1763 to 1924
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