Louise H. Whitford
F, b. circa 1858
|Father||Lorenzo D. Whitford b. c 1815, d. c 1865|
|Mother||Cassandra Stephens b. c 1821, d. b 25 Feb 1871|
Louise H. Whitford was born circa 1858.
M, b. circa 1826
Isaac Oglesby was born circa 1826. He married Elizabeth "Betsey" Whitford, daughter of Richard Whitford and Eleanor Fries, on 3 February 1848.
|Elizabeth "Betsey" Whitford b. c 1820|
M, d. circa 1797
William Speights married Elizabeth Whitford, daughter of Thomas Whitford and Sarah (?). William Speights Craven County Court--Jesse Hartley [probably a son of John Hartley and brother of John Hartley apprenticed to John Whitford at the same court session], 6 years on 15th of February  apprenticed to William Speight to learn a trade as a cooper. John Whitford served as security. in March 1769. He died circa 1797 at Craven County, North Carolina. He left a will on 23 July 1797 at Craven County, North Carolina.1 His estate was probated in September 1797.2
|Elizabeth Whitford b. 24 Jul 1732|
Jonathan Stokes "Jack" Powell
M, b. circa 1915, d. 1997
Jonathan Stokes "Jack" Powell was born circa 1915. He married Ella Ivey Smith, daughter of John Ivey Smith and Ella Pigot. Jonathan Stokes "Jack" Powell died in 1997.
|Ella Ivey Smith b. 12 Sep 1915|
M, b. 1 October 1734, d. 16 November 1804
|Father||Thomas Whitford b. b 1706, d. c Sep 1781|
|Mother||Sarah (?) b. b 1706, d. a 12 Aug 1778|
Martin Whitford was born on 1 October 1734.1 He married Mary Purifoy circa 1761? Martin Whitford witnessed the will of Francis Searles in 1765 at Craven County, North Carolina. Martin Whitford was exempted from paying poll taxes for the year 1795 and following, he being over 60 years of age. in June 1796. He died on 16 November 1804 at age 70.2 He died circa December 1804 at Craven County, North Carolina; as it was "Ordered that David Whitford have administration upon the estate of Martin Whitford decd. upon entering into bond in the sum of L500 with John Whitford and Levi Reel his surities. Ordered that he have leave to sell the perishable property."3
|Mary Purifoy d. b 1804|
F, b. circa 1869
|Father||Lewis S. Dixon b. c 1835|
|Mother||Alicia Ann Anderson b. 18 Sep 1834, d. 22 Aug 1870|
Nancy Dixon was born circa 1869.
M, b. circa 1775
Willis Whitford was born circa 1775. He was accused with Owen Griffin and John and Martin Whitford (sons of John Whitford) that they "Did Maliciously & Wilfully Drownd & Murder a Negro Man of [William Gaskins] property by the Name of Peter on Sunday the 8th day July at the Landing Calld John Whitfords, on Little Swift Creek contrary to the Laws & Dignity of this Country." The document names Willis as the son of Thomas. on 9 July 1792 at Craven County, North Carolina.1 He and the other accused personally appeared before John Frink Smith and Francis Lowthorp, Justices of the Peace, and "acknowledged themselves indebted to the State in the Sum of two Hundred Pounds" to appear at the New Bern District Superior Court in September 1792 to stand trial for the murder of Peter, slave of William Gaskins. on 10 July 1792 at Craven County, North Carolina.1
- [S30] New Bern District Court Records, NCDAH, Raleigh, N.C., Criminal Papers.
M, b. between 1774 and 1790
Male Whitford was born between 1774 and 1790.
William Bastin Whitford
|Father||William? Whitford d. a 1748|
William Bastin Whitford appears to be the Bastin Whitford in the 1770 Onslow County tax lists. By 1790, he was living in Fayette District, Moore County, North Carolina with 1 male over 16, 1 male under 16, and 3 females. He was a school teacher. He purchased property from the estate of Abraham Neide of Craven County on 12 June 1747.1 William was chosen over Thomas Whitford and John Morgin to be constable in place of John Berry on 21 March 1748.2 He witnessed the deed of Thomas Whitford and John Hartley on 28 March 1748 at Craven County, North Carolina.3 William Bastin Whitford witnessed the deed of William? Whitford and Thomas Whitford on 28 March 1748 at Craven County, North Carolina.4 William Bastin Whitford witnessed the deed of William? Whitford and Christopher Dawson on 28 March 1748 at Craven County, North Carolina.5 William Bastin Whitford married Martha (?) before 28 May 1774; as William and Martha conveyed property to Daniel Burnitt on that date (Craven Deeds 22, pages 141-144).
M, d. after 1748
William? Whitford married (?) (?) William? Whitford received a bequest of breeches and witnessed the will of John Jackson, a carpenter of Bath County, Beaufort Precinct on 30 July 1728.1 He witnessed the will of Joshua Porter of Bath County, N.C. on 17 January 1733.2 He witnessed the will of Thomas Underwood, who owned land on Beaver Dam Creek. on 22 January 1734 at Bath County, North Carolina. He came into Craven County court & declared on oath that his family consisted of three white persons, and hath a claim to his rights. in December 1741. William? with Jane Hand and Richard Hart witnessed the will of Edward Bryan on 28 January 1745.3 He witnessed the deed of Thomas Whitford and John Hartley on 28 March 1748 at Craven County, North Carolina.4 William? Whitford sold land to Thomas Whitford on 28 March 1748 at Craven County, North Carolina.5 William? Whitford sold land to Christopher Dawson on 28 March 1748 at Craven County, North Carolina.6 William? Whitford died after 1748.
(?) (?) married William? Whitford.
|William Whitford b. 21 Nov 1752|
- [S2] Clerk of Court, Craven County Court Records, September 1778.
George Jefferson Ipock
George Jefferson Ipock married Susan Fern.
Susan Fern married George Jefferson Ipock.
Joe Gaskins married Laura Smith.
Laura Smith married Joe Gaskins.
M, b. circa 1845
McDuffie Reel was born circa 1845.
Charles Loviner married (?) (?)
(?) (?) married Charles Loviner.
George S. Stevenson
George S. Stevenson married (?) (?)
(?) (?) married George S. Stevenson.
|Father||William Whitford b. 1851, d. 2 May 1886|
|Mother||Sophie Cordelia Stevenson d. 22 Feb 1927|
Clementina Whitford was living in 1944 at Phoenix, Arizona.1 She was living in 1944 at Providence, Rhode Island.1
- [S7] Sun Journal, March 22, 1944, Obituary of John D. Whitford.