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Robert Henry, Jr.1780/1790 -- 1833avatar
Sarah Thomasabt 1788 -- avatar
Bartholomew Figures Moore29 JAN 1801 -- 27 NOV 1878avatar
Lucy Williams Boddie29 APR 1816 -- 3 JAN 1887avatar
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Peyton Tunstall Henry

Birth2 MAR 1820
 
Education
 
Wake Forest College
Reside1850
 
Occup1858-1866
 
Flag of North Carolina
Death13 FEB 1893
Grave
 
Aged: 73 years
After the war, in October, 1866, she married Dr. Peyton T. Henry of Colerain, Bertie County, a man several years her elder, a graduate of Wake Forest College, who had represented Bertie County in the state legislature 1858-1866. The couple, who had no children, lived at Colerain, Bertie County, until 1872, when they moved to Kittrell, Vance (then Granville) County In 1878, at the death of her father, from whom she had already received property evaluated at $6,500, Kate Henry received an additional inheritance; the terms of his will specified that any property inherited by his daughters was to be theirs alone, to be handled as if each were "fame sole." Peyton Henry died on February 15;, 1893, 72 years old, after a long illness, leaving to his wife all his property, except one tract and some possessions devised to his nephew Walter. -- Historical Register Application

Lucy Catherine Moore

Birth30 DEC 1839
 
Reside1898/1908
 
Death1 JAN 1908
Grave
 
Aged: 68 years
...Two years later, on February 20, 1895, Kate Henry remarried; her second husband Batholornew Ashburn Capehart, had been a pallbearer at her first husband's funeral, and like Mrs Henry, was a staunch member or St. James Episcopal Church in Kittrell "Baldy" Capehart, a graduate and active alumnus of the University of North Carolina, served as captain in the 15th North Carolina Regiment in the Civil War, was chairman of the Hertford and Granville County courts, and was a prominent planter in the Kittrell vicinity. The wedding notice described the· couple as "two of Kittrell's most popular and prominent people," and the bride as "a lady of high accomplishments and great personal worth." Before the wedding, Lucy Catherine Henry and B. A. Capehart signed an agreement in which she bought from him for $10 a quitclaim on all property she "now has or may herafter acquire," which she was to own and handle separately, in her own name. The list of property was quite extensive, including several-tracts of land, bonds, and several thousand dollars worth of notes due her. -- Historical Register Application
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Sources
  1. Findagrave
  2. Census: 1850 . 1850 Census; Website
  3. Cemetery:Wake Co NC cemetery visits by Ray Gurganus;
  4. Other: National Register of Historical Places applcation form, Capehart House; Website
  5. Website:Kate Stirk;
  6. Marriage Sources:
    Cemetery:Wake Co NC cemetery visits by Ray Gurganus;
  1. Findagrave
  2. Cemetery:Wake Co NC cemetery visits by Ray Gurganus;
  3. Other: National Register of Historical Places applcation form, Capehart House; Website
  4. Website:Kate Stirk;
  5. Marriage Sources:
    Cemetery:Wake Co NC cemetery visits by Ray Gurganus;
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