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It is important to note that many of these biographies, especially those of the Bright family, have been proven to contain many errors thanks to the hard work and documentation of later researchers. While these may be a good starting place, please double check and prove the family lines to insure accuracy.

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Hi Patricia,

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Please let us know if you find specific errors and we will work to update the entries.  NCpedia relies on readers to help us with this work!

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Kelly Agan, NC Government & Heritage Library

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Trying to find information on the plantation owners by the name of Armstrong. My great-great grandfather was Abraham Armstrong from Joyner Wilson County North Carolina. Do not know if he was slave or free. Born around 1838 according to the census for that time period.

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Dear John,

Thank you for visiting NCpedia and taking time to share your comment.

I'm sorry NCpedia does not have biographies on your ancestors.  We are always looking for new contributors and if you would be interested in contributing entries, please let us know! You can also visit our "How to contribute" page for more information on research, editorial and style guidelines for submissions -- http://ncpedia.org/contribute. 

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Kelly Agan, NC Government & Heritage Library

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Dietrich Ramseur (Ramsauer) and his sons, my ancestors from Lincoln County, did not appear on the list of Biographies. Your publication would not be complete without them.
Sincerely.

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