Appendix N. Lumbee families of Richmond County, NC, designated "all other free persons," 1790 census

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 Unpublished book-length manuscript.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 Notes
Chavers, John 7  
Chavers, Richard 5  
Chavers, Susana 3  
Collins, George 4 Lived on Hitchcock Creek in 1780 then Anson County
Jackson, Daniel 8  
Luvinor, John 8  
Oxendine, Henry 5  
Stewart, Thomas 1  
Turner [Turnor], Moses

7

1 slave

On E of Gum Swamp in then Anson County prior to 3 Sept. 1779 when granted 100 acres next to Thomas Turner (Grant Book 30, p. 322).

The families included are those which exclusively contained individuals listed as "all other free persons" and were headed by such a member. Most of these surnames (Chavis, Jackson, Oxendine, and Stewart) appear to be Lumbee, then classtlied as "free Blacks." This group in Richmond County adds the family names Collins, Luvinor [Levine], and Turner [Turnor] to those considered in the Lumbee Settlement.