Appendix M. Lumbees in the 1790 Census of Sampson County, designated "all other free persons"

From: Britt, Morris F. Appendices to Implosion: A history of the Lumbee Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina. Unpublished book-length manuscript.

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Name Number in household
Bell, Samuel 10
Brewington, Amey 4
Brewington, Ann 3
Carter, Henry 8
Carter, Moses 9
Clewis, Molly 3
Cleorly, -------- 4
Cobb. Becky 3
Emanuel, Ephraim 3
Emanuel, Jesse 6
Emanuel, John 5
Emanuel, Levi 5
Emanuel, Nicholas 5
Flowers, John 1
Green, Rachael 6
Hammonds, Miles 1
Ireland, Amy 5
Jacobs, Abraham 3
Jacobs, Thomas 7
Mainor, Jack 1
Natt (Old) 2
Revil, Nathaniel 13
Terry, David 4
Waldon, Jack 1
Wiggins, Mary 6
Wiggins, Patty 5
Williams, Crecy 3
Williams, Hannah 2
Williams, Joseph 4

* It should be noted that 8 out of the above 17 Sampson County family surnames (47%) also appear clearly as Lumbee Indians in Robeson County. Knowledgeable interpreters at the Robeson County Courthouse suggest that "Cleorly' was probably an individual named "C. Lowery."