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Other, : Albemarle Annals, Page 7: "Earliest of Tyrrell County's Christian Churches, (Disciples of Christ), is Albemarle, enrolled by the Disciples Annual State Meeting, October 8, 1871. It then had 21 members. Joseph Grey Gurganus (1850-1882), together with his father, John M. [John Masterson Gurganus], (1802-1876), and his brother, Henry Smith [Henry Smith Gurganus], (1825-1911), were the Evangelizing co-founders of Albemarle."
Deed, 7/7/1837: deed from Cullin Ange of Martin Co to John M. Gurganous [John Masterson Gurganus] of the same state and county, tract of land in Martin Co on west side of Welch's Creek at the mouth of the Long Bridge Branch running up to a sweet gum on Cullin Ange's corner, then south .... to Smithwick's line to Welch's Creek. witnesses Gabriel Ange, Robert B. Ange
Census, NC, Washington Co, 1840: John Gurganous [John Masterson Gurganus] Males: 10-15=1, 30-40=1, Females: 0-5=2, 5-10=2, 20-30=1
Census, NC, Washington Co, 1850: Jno M. Gurganus [John Masterson Gurganus] 48, Prudence 38, Henry S. 23, Nancy E. 20, Brightman S. 15, Matilda 13, Loocy 11, Cornelia 9, John 7, Prudence 5, Eliz 4, Jos 2, Bill 22 (Black, laborer), Margaret Caswell 49
Census, NC, Washington Co, Mackeys Ferry, 1860: John M. Gerganus [John Masterson Gurganus] 49, Prudence 47, Nancy E. 24, Lovey 21, Permilia F. 19, John W. 17, Prudence 15, Amanda 7, Joseph G. 12, Alexander E. 4, Eugene 3, Penny Punch 25, Haywood 3
Census, NC, Washington Co, Plymouth, 1870: J.M. Gurganus [John Masterson Gurganus] 70, Prudence 55, Amanda 18, Alexander 17 (male)