John Carlton II & Mary Hunt
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        Carltons were English and Welsh. The name Carlton is from the Saxon "Ceord (signifying husbandman) and "ton", a town. The Carlton family is a unit. The name Carlton was originally a title of Lordship.

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SOME VIRGINIA MARRIAGES by Wulfeck

p. 22 CARLTON, JOHN, b. 1748, Va.; d. 1787, No. Car.; served in

Rev. War; m. 1768, MARY HUNT, b. 1750; d. 1789. (DAR No. 76 352)

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NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE DAR LINEAGE BOOK Vol 77 p 132-133

No. 76352 JOHN CARLTON (1748-87) Served as a private in Captain Jones' company 10th regiment. North Carolina Line. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.

JOHN CARLTON & MARY HUNT (1750-89), his wife, m. 1768Philemon Carlton (1769-1817) and Catherine Easley (1771-1836), his wife, m. 1790

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ROSTER OF SOLDIERS FROM NC IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION DAR NC

Land Grants #3153

The heirs of JOHN CARLTON 640 acres 84 months in service land deeded Dec 17, '85 to Elijah Robertson

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PATENT BOOK 15

5830 pg 364 Joseph Sherrod 23 Oct 1761 100 acres in Craven county on South Side of Neuse River on Hammonds Pecoson near JOHN CARLTON...

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PATENT BOOK 17

7047 pg 38 Samuel West 15 February 1764 150 acres in Craven, joining Hammonds Pocoson, Wild Cat, and a point near JOHN CARLTON

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DUPIN CO., NC CENSUS 1786

JOHN CARLETON 1 WM 21-60 5 WM under 21 & over 60 2 WF

 

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