Thank you so much for the additional information.
I have learn a lot from this experience. I particularly
would like to mention that this has also reinforce
my staying aware of the counties development (ie:
Granville was from Edgecombe, Bute was from
Granville and Warren was from Bute). I need stay
focus on that fact to gather as much information
on all those countries history to better understand
what happen during those time frames and to better
locate additional information. I have to also
mention that the roots web Granville co web site
that you are associated with is very insightful.
I hope that some of my information that I gather
could make a contribution to one of those
counties web site in the near future.
As for the article, Infectious disease among enslaved
African Americans at Eaton's Estate, Warren County,
North Carolina, ca 1830-1850, I had found that
information quite awhile back. Surprisingly, I have
been having mixed emotions about that article. On
one hand, I am fascinated with any history that we
can gather and learn from and yet I could not help
to think that they could very well having been my
ancestors and what right anyone had to unearth them
for their paper. My question now to which I have
e-mail them about is. Were there any markers or any
genealogical information that could have been
gathered. Where are the Human remains located now?
Though, there is no proof that they are in fact my
relatives, I strangely enough feel a kinship to them.
Once again...I thank you much for your help!