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 Unpublished book-length manuscript.
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|Name||Number in household||Notes|
|Collins, George||4||Lived on Hitchcock Creek in 1780 then Anson County|
|Turner [Turnor], Moses|
|On E of Gum Swamp in then Anson County prior to 3 Sept. 1779 when granted 100 acres next to Thomas Turner (Grant Book 30, p. 322).|
The families included are those which exclusively contained individuals listed as "all other free persons" and were headed by such a member. Most of these surnames (Chavis, Jackson, Oxendine, and Stewart) appear to be Lumbee, then classtlied as "free Blacks." This group in Richmond County adds the family names Collins, Luvinor [Levine], and Turner [Turnor] to those considered in the Lumbee Settlement.