|Birth||22 APR 1784|
Charles Applewhite Hill was a learned man, a scholar, a graduate of the University of North Carolina with the degree Master of Arts, and in his time one of the most noted educators of the state. He established an academy at Midway, North Carolina, which later he transferred to Louisburg, and there educated many young men who afterwards became prominent. In 1825 he published an English grammar which was one of the first condensed or simplified grammars ever used in this country.
Charles Applewhite Hill married in 1806 Rebecca W. Long. Her father, Col. Nicholas Long, was a soldier of the Revolution, serving with the rank of colonel and also did duty during the War of 1812. Read More