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ADVISORY BOARD OF THE NORTH CAROLINA

BOOKLET.
MRS, SPIER WHITAKER.

MRS. T. K. BRUNER.
PROFESSOR D. H. HILL.

MR. R. D. W. CONNOR.
MR. W. J. PEELE.

DR. E. W. SIKES.
PROFESSOR E. P. MOSES.

DR. RICHARD DILLARD.
DR. KEMP P. BATTLE.

MR. JAMES SPRUNT. MR. MARSHALL DELANCEY HAYWOOD.

JUDGE WALTER CLARK.

EDITORS:
Miss Mary HILLIARD HINTON, MRS. E E. MOFFITT.

OFFICERS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY
DAUGHTERS OF THE REVOLUTION,

1906–1908.

REGENT:
MRS. E. E. MOFFITT.

VICE-REGENT:
MRS. WALTER CLARK.

HONORARY REGENT:

MRS. SPIER WHITAKER.

RECORDING SECRETARY:
MRS. LEIGH SKINNER.

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY:

MRS. W. H. PACE.

TREASURER:

MRS. FRANK SHERWOOD.

REGISTRAR:
Miss MARY HILLIARD HINTON.

GENEALOGIST:
MRS. HELEN DE BERNIERE WILLS.

FOUNDER OF THE NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY AND REGENT 1896-1902:

MRS. SPIER WHITAKER.

REGENT 1902:
MRS. D. H. HILL, SR. *

REGENT 1902-1906 :
MRS. THOMAS K. BRUNER.

* Died December 12, 1904.

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Great Events in North Carolina History.

THE BOOKLET will be issued quarterly by the North Carolina Society Daughters of the Revolution, beginning July, 1908. Each BOOKLET will contain three articles and will be published in July, October, January, and April. Price, $1.00 per year, 35 cents for single copy.

EDITORS: Miss MARY HILLIARD HINTON.

MRS. E. E. MOFFITT.

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1. John Harvey..

Mr. R. D. W. Connor. 2. An Early North Carolina Peace Movement, 1819-1823.

Mr. Marshall DeLancey Haywood. al records : ip 3. The Historical Movement in North Carolina. 4. North Carolina Women of the Revolution..... Dr. Richard Dillard. 5. Battle of Kings Mountain..

.Dr. William K. Boyd. Dat would d he 6. Convention of 1835...

.Judge Henry G. Connor.

.Dr. J. G. de Roulhac Hamilton. ten the subj it 7. General Thomas Person.. 8. Schools and Education in Colonial Times, Dr. Charles Lee Smith. or in variou

The origii of

9. Reprint of Reverend George Micklejohn’s Sermon before Tryon's and with fi mi

surerer may be

Army-May, 1771. 10. General Jethro Sumner....

Dr. Kemp P. Battle. 11. Historic Duels of North Carolina...

.Mr. F. M. Harper. 12. Our Colonial Historians: Hakluyt, Lawson, Brickle, Williamson

Rt. Reverend Joseph Blount Cheshire, D.D.

of the branch roup le of the es plus we hav ar Hath in She et Irland' Ol of Carolina come im Bir John Jenk is. Wierzor durii : 1

THE BOOKLET will contain short biographical sketches of the writers who have contributed to this publication, by Mrs. E. E. Moffitt.

THE BOOKLET will print abstracts of wills prior to 1760, as sources of biography, history and genealogy, by Mrs. Helen DeB. Wills.

Parties who wish to renew their subscriptions to THE BOOKLET for
Vol. VIII, are requested to give notice at once.

Address
MISS MARY HILLIARD HINTON,
“MIDWAY PLANTATION,"

Raleigh, N. C.

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Of all the men who inaugurated the Revolution in North Carolina, John Harvey, perhaps, is least known. But little has been written of his services to his country, and the student of his career will search in vain outside of the bald official records for more than a mere mention of the official positions which he held. These records, however, reveal a career that would do honor to any of his great contemporaries.

The origin of the Harvey family in North Carolina has been the subject of much speculation and has been accounted for in various ways.

The traditional accounts credit Virginia with furnishing this family to North Carolina, but whatever may be true of the other branches, this is not true of the branch from which John Harvey sprung. During the middle of the seventeenth century the first John Harvey of whom we have any record, and his wife Mary, lived “at ye Heath in Shetterfield Parish in Warwick Sheare in Ould Ingland.” One of their sons, Thomas Harvey, came to North Carolina some time about 1680 as private secretary to Governor John Jenkins. He himself afterwards served as deputy governor during the absence of Governor Archdale. Upon his arrival there he found others of his name who were

Reprinted, with additional matter, from the “ Biographical History of North Carolina,” Volume IV, by permission of Charles L. Van Noppen, Publisher.

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ADVISORY BOARD OF THE NORTH CAROLINA

BOOKLET.
MRS, SPIER WHITAKER,

MRS. T. K. BRUNER.
PROFESSOR D. H. HILL.

MR. R. D. W. CONNOR.
MR. W. J. PEELE.

DR. E. W. SIKES.
PROFESSOR E. P. MOSES.

DR. RICHARD DILLARD.
DB. KEMP P. BATTLE.

MR. JAMES SPRUNT.
MR. MARSHALL DELANCEY HAYWOOD.

JUDGE WALTER CLARK.

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EDITORS:
Miss Mary HILLIARD HINTON, MRS. E E. MOFFITT.

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OFFICERS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY
DAUGHTERS OF THE REVOLUTION,

1906-1908.

REGENT:
MRS. E. E. MOFFITT.

VICE-REGENT:
MRS. WALTER CLARK.

HONORARY REGENT:

Mrs. SPIER WHITAKER.

RECORDING SECRETARY:
MRS. LEIGH SKINNER.

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY:

Mrs. W. H. PACE.

TREASURER:
MRS. FRANK SHERWOOD.

REGISTRAR:
Miss MARY HILLIARD HINTON.

GENEALOGIST:
MRS. HELEN DE BERNIERE WILLS.

FOUNDER OF THE NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY AND REGENT 1896-1902:

MBS. SPIER WHITAKER.

REGENT 1902:
MRS. D. H. HILL, SR.*

REGENT 1902-1906 :
MRS. THOMAS K. BRUNER.

* Died December 12, 1904.

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