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Reply Gay H Baynes
10:53 AM on April 2, 2020 

I am on the Board of NCGS. I would like someone to contact me about Pender County Genealogy. We re doing articles in the future on local organizations. It would be so helpful. 757-641-1602.

Thanks, Gay.

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Reply David McVicker
11:15 AM on October 14, 2019 

I am looking for family information beginning with Ivey Hawes Reaves (grandfather) and going back from there.  Any information would be extremely helpful.  Thank you so much.

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Reply Bodi Wallace
9:41 PM on February 13, 2018 

Greetings!  I'm hoping to visit your area to find out more about my family history of the Gallaway/Galloway ancestry that lived somewhere in Pender, New Hanover or Brunswick Counties.  The earliest we have is a Thomas Gallaway Sr., mariner / riverboat pilot, born before 1712, died before 6 Sep 1764 in one of those three counties.  We have others in the lineage we know and are looking for but he's the earliest.  Looking forward to it sometime this spring.

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Reply Mary Meyland
11:44 AM on September 25, 2017 

My family owns a 1920 Country Store at the intersection of 210 and 133.  The building has been utilized as a store since its construction and currently serves our farmers market.  We are very interested in converting it back to its originial look and feel to house an immersion museum for display of history and stories relevant to this area, Rocky Point.  The structure has been used for several film shoots and has a primitive character.  The family is in the process of creating the 501 c 3 (non-profit) for the structure and an additional one for the museum.  We would greatly appreciate your assistance in connecting us with resources to help us with story writing about history of Southern Pender County.  Thank you so much for your support.  

Reply SamuelDiaws
7:56 AM on March 30, 2017