An abstract of Craven County apprentice bonds naming the apprentice, master, and occupation. Continue reading “Craven County Apprentice Bonds, 1748-1835”
Huguenot History, Vol. V. Virginia Historical Society by R. A. Brook, Corresponding Secretary and Librarian of the Society, Richmond, Virginia. Published by the Society.
John Pasteur, Charles Pasteur and wife, came to Virginia in 1700, on the fourth vessel with Huguenots Continue reading “Notes written by Christopher Neale Pasteur (1824-1908) – I”
The 6-gun schooner Snap Dragon, Captain E. Pasteur (also commanded by Captains O. Burns and N. Graham), was far more successful than either of the above (1), taking two barks, five brigs, and three schooners. In August and September, 1813, she captured the brigs Good Intent, Venus and Happy, the bark Reprisal, and the schooner Elizabeth. Continue reading “Edward Pasteur, Captain of the Snap Dragon (1813-14)”
Robert G. Moore was editor of Spectator and also school master. His daughter Mrs. Chapman. Robert G. Moore came to New Bern subsequent to his marriage in Ireland, was a Whig. Family were Presbyterians. Miss Verena Moore married Dr. Chapman. Proprietor of the Spectator at the time of which reference has been made,  was John I. Pasteur Major General of Militia. Continue reading “John Iredell Pasteur, proprietor of the New Bern Spectator (1835)”
New Bern, Craven County, VA
- Carolina Sentinel OCLC #: 10503077 Published Weekly from 1818 to 1822 in Newbern, N.C. by John I. Pasteur , 1818-1822.
- Carolina Federal Republican OCLC #: 10508783 Published Weekly from 1809 to 1818 in Newbern, N.C. by Printed by John S. Pasteur.
For SALE, and immediate Possession given, SEVEN Hundred and Thirty-seven Acres of LAND, twelve miles above the town of Halifax, on the road to Warrenton. There is a common dwelling- house, kitchen, smoke-house, and granary. The soil is very good for tobacco, wheat and corn, and very rarely misses mast or fruit. Its situation is high and pleasant, with very good water, and no such thing as intermittent fevers known on it. Continue reading “Charles Pasteur’s property for sale, Halifax, NC, 1792”
THE TIMES PICAYUNE
MRS. PASTEUR’S FUNERAL
Reunited with Distinguished Husband
THE TIMES DEMOCRAT
PROMINENT MAN DIES
CHRISTOPHER NEALE PASTEUR
Oldest Member of One of the Distinguished Families of Colonial Days in America
– Ancestors Were French Huguenots –
Was Eighty-Four Years Old
In the name of God Amen. I James Pasteur of Halifax County and State of North Carolina, being of sound mind, and disposing memory, willing to make distribution of my estate, in order to prevent any disputes, that may arise after my death, do make & ordain this my last will and testament, in manner and form following: to-wit, Imprimis, My will and desire is that all my just debts should first be paid by my executrix, hereafter in this will named. Continue reading “Will of James Pasteur (+1790) of Halifax Co., NC”
In the name of God Amen. I Charles Pasteur of the County of Halifax and State of North Carolina, knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die and being willing to make distribution of my estate in order to prevent any disputes that may arise after my death, do make and ordain this my last will and Testament, to-wit: Imprimis, It is my will and I do desire that all of my just debts should be paid. Continue reading “Will of Charles Pasteur (+1793) of Halifax Co., NC”