Husband's Name:___________________Coburn Eason________________________________________________
       When Born: _______________1766_________________Where: _____Pitt County, North Carolina___________
       When Died: _______________1803_________________Where: _________ ___________________________
       When Buried: ____________ ______________________Where: _________ ___________________________
       When Married: _______ __________________________Where: _________ ___________________________
    Other Wives: ________ _______________________________________________________________________
       His Father: _________Isaac Eason, Sr________________His Mother's Maiden Name: _____Mary___________

Wife's Name:_________Elizabeth Bounes___________________________________________________________
       When Born: _________ __________________________Where: __________ __________________________
       When Died: _______1801_________________________Where: __________ __________________________
       When Buried: ____________ ______________________Where: __________________ __________________
    Other Husbands: _____________(2) Enos Norville___________________________________________________
       Her Father: _______Joshua Bounes__________________Her Mother's Maiden Name: __ __________________
In order of birth
When Born
Where Born                   State or
Town or Twp    County     Country
1 Patsy     Benjamin Moore
2 Polly  """John Thigpen
3 Millicent  """ 
4 Joshua B.  """Polly Scarborough
5 Bennett C.  """Frances Robbins
6 Rebecca  """died as infant
7 Elizabeth  """died as infant
8 Seleta  """died as infant
Coburn was a witness on a land deed by Isaac Eason in October, 1785. He was also appointed administrator of the estate
of Isaac Eason Jr. on 16 July 1787. In 1800 census he has five female under 10; one male 10/16 and he and wife were
between 26 and 45 years of age. Also owned 8 slaves.
The inventory of the estate of Coburn Eason was taken by John Eason 25 November 1803. John Eason made an account
of the sale March 13, 1804. Elizabeth Eason was the principal buyer and John Eason, Stephen Eason, Joshua Eason,
Isaac Eason, Isaac Eason Sr. and Abner Eason bought. The estate of Coburn Eason, decd., due a sizable amount from
the estate of John Eason, decd. August 1806. Widow Elizabeth has married Enos Norville. Division of negros was made
10 March 1808 by five heirs; Benjamin Moore in right of Patsy; Bennett B. Eason; Polly Eason; Millicent Eason and Joshua
Eason. In November 1808 a large amount was received from the estate of John Eason, decd.. The final settlement of the
estate was made 3 October 1816.

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