Appendix A. Lumbee names in the first tax list of Bladen, 1763

From: Britt, Morris F. Appendices to Implosion: A history of the Lumbee Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina. Unpublished book-length manuscript.

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BraveboyDavid3 WP
BullardJohn1 WP
Drinkwater-----1 WP
CoxGilbert & Simon2 WP
IveyThomas & two sons3 WP
KerseyJohn1 WP (wife, son and daugther)
KerseyPeter1 WP
Lackelur (Locklear)Jno., Jno.4 WP (wife, son and daughter)

Seven different family surnames were listed among those thought to be Lumbee Indians in Bladen District which was sparsely settled in 1763. The classification of Gilbert Cox and Thomas Ivey as Lumbee is less than certain. All were classified as White, not Black, although no provision was made for other ethnic categories such as mulatto or "mestizo." The names Braveboy, Bullard, Drinkwater, Kersey and Locklear are obviously core Lumbee names. It appears that not all Lumbee names were given in to tax collectors because several others, including Chavis, Lowry, Oxendine, and Perkins, were there according to deed and land grant records.